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CuriosityCat: To know, know, know Mulcair, is to love, love, love him less

The tussle between the NDP, led by Thomas Mulcair, and the currently leaderless Liberal Party of Canada is heating up. And some Liberals are targeting the ambivalent positions of the NDP and its leader in a strategy to focus the attention of the media and of voters on essential policies of the socialist party which . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: To know, know, know Mulcair, is to love, love, love him less

Tattered Sleeve: Just saw the english Mulcair ad

My reaction: Why is this man on my TV looking all psycho-eyed in a suit and trying to make nice with me?

As an anglo Quebecker, I really don’t like the Sherbrooke resolution that got so many Bloq supporters to vote NDP. I consider that a classic and shameless sell-out move on the party’s . . . → Read More: Tattered Sleeve: Just saw the english Mulcair ad

Tattered Sleeve: Just saw the english Mulcair ad

My reaction: Why is this man on my TV looking all psycho-eyed in a suit and trying to make nice with me?

As an anglo Quebecker, I really don’t like the Sherbrooke resolution that got so many Bloq supporters to vote NDP. I consider that a classic and shameless sell-out move on the party’s part.

I have a big problem with anyone kowtowing to the separatists, because their project is rooted in xenophobia, and my very existence on Québec soil is an irritant to many of them. Their vision of Québec has no place for me.

There’s a reason Chretien passed the Clarity Act.

The NDP is a party replete with such short-sightedness, and I see no indication of a change of direction on their part. If anything, I imagine their next move will be to become more corporate-friendly (especially given the carefully rendered signals of this ad, wherein Mulcair is wearing a dark suit and situated in a board room).

I would hope the left-of-centre Liberals and the Greens could eventually merge with the NDP and get a real solid leftist alternative in place. Then maybe we could have a party that would feel strong enough they don’t need to make such concessions. But I won’t hold my breath. . . . → Read More: Tattered Sleeve: Just saw the english Mulcair ad