It's Day 11. I don't know about you, but it kind of feels like Day 8. Or maybe it was Day 4. Anyhow, our
fickle fearless leaders are back on the campaign trail this morning:
1. Stéphane Dion won't need to rely on his geriatric plane as he weaves through London, Kitchener and Hamilton. Note to Dion handlers: Maybe he should try Latin or Swahili today? Couldn't hurt.
2. Stephen Harper takes his Everyman routine into Welland. The Conservatives are clearly targeting female voters. So don't be surprised if Harper promises universal access to spas. Or maybe he'll propose a new law that would make it illegal to watch sports channels between the evening hours of 7 and 9, when, really, Canadians should be talking about their day.
3. Barack Layton is in Toronto. Sources say he plans to visit at least 50 different kitchen tables this afternoon, where he'll tell average Canadians things such as: "It's time for a change," "You say you want a revolution?" "Hope should be hopeful," "Stephen Harper hates your friggin' guts!" and "Hey, do I have French toast crumbs in my mustache?"