I wrote a blog entry for Huffington Post two days before the Ontario Liberal Party delegate election meetings titled ‘Kathleen Wynne for the Ontario Liberal Leadership Win?‘. I summarized the reasons I thought Kathleen Wynne was best positioned among the six remaining candidates to win the Liberal Leadership. This isn’t and wasn’t an endorsement, but . . . → Read More: John Laforet: My Thoughts On Kathleen Wynne Being Elected Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party
For part 4 in my examination of political platitudes that substitute for substantive policy pronouncements, I turn to the Ontario Liberal leadership race to replace Premier Dalton McGuinty, a race that thus far has been ‘full of sound and fury, signi… . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: From Platitude Central – Part 4
An Angus-Reid poll taken after McGuinty resigned and prorogued although, as Volkov notes, not long enough afterwards for the news to have really sunk in. Still, Hudak has blown bigger leads before. Hopefully, news like this will convince some of the leadership potentials that its still a job worth pursuing.
PS. Not that moving that gas . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Ontario Libs Only 10 Points Down