Justin Trudeau has come up with yet another explanation of why he turned tail on electoral reform.
The Dauphin says it was his decision to make and he made it.
"This was my choice to make and I chose to make it with full consequence of the cost that is possibly going to come to it. But I will not compromise on what is in the best interest of Canada."
In his 7½-minute answer, Trudeau outlined his own preference for ranked ballots and said either a referendum or proportional voting would be too divisive for Canada.
"Too divisive for Canada." That's pretty rich. What were we going to do - explode, burst into flames? Where did Slick come up with that idea? Have we been smouldering again?
As for his previous excuse - that proportional voting might let extremists gain seats in the House of Commons, where better for them than in Parliament where they can be exposed and denounced?