If Justin Trudeau was more concerned about winning the Liberal leadership than winning the next election, not only would his party have more registered supporters, but 2015 would almost certainly look more rouge.
It may seem counter-intuitive to blame the ever-popular Justin Trudeau for the Liberal Party’s lower than expected supporter registration numbers, after all . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Liberals Should Blame Trudeau For Few Supporters
For the very same reason why so many Liberals want him to win, Justin Trudeau shouldn’t become Liberal Leader.
If 150,000 people only supported Justin Trudeau because of substance then there would be no argument against the 41 year-old MP for Papineau. A Trudeau only made popular by policy would present little risk in selecting . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Why Justin Trudeau Shouldn’t Lead The Liberals
The following are rough notes from a TV clip between Liberal Marc Garneau and Conservative Laurie Hawn regarding the now newly cancelled F-35 project due to skyrocketing costs and American pullback from the plane also.
– Hawn: “sweet spot of delivery” “confident” “next 40 years” “the Liberals…deliberately misleading the public” “[Marc] you are misleading Canadians” . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: F-35 Surprising comments from MPs in 2011
Leadership races are often an opportunity for a political party to start over with a blank slate, Liberals might not get that chance if a slightly hypocritical Dominic Leblanc gets his way.
Liberal MP Dominic Leblanc is discouraging anyone from running for leadership who only seeks to raise their profile and that members who lost . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Not So Leblanc Slate