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Leanne Wood has admitted that not only does she not want to work with Labour to deliver for Wales but she'd instruct her MPs to vote down a Labour government to let the Tories in.
Constitutional Affairs Secretary Stephen Lam, who lobbied legislators to vote down the motion, insisted on first reaching a consensus on the election model before deciding when it should be carried out.
Like Election 2004 for the blue-state groupies - not that they even liked John Kerry's swan song so much as they wanted to vote down the country crooner.
To their considerable credit, the state's voters ignored the pleas of Republican leaders such as Arizona Senator John McCain, and the state's Democratic Governor, Janet Napolitano, urging them to vote down the measure.