09.13.2011 06:36 AM

Vander Doelen in Windsor Star

“Meanwhile, some PC insiders complain Hudak has badly misplayed the issue, falling into an obvious Liberal trap.

Some believe the reverse head tax was just a ruse intended to trick the Tories into criticizing immigrants so they could be denounced by the media in immigrant-heavy cities.”


  1. Paul says:

    In light of recent polls, when the issue of the $10,000 subsidy for new citizens training runs its course (and it will) how long before the media following Hudak ask him over and over again if he will step down as Leader of Official Opposition if/when he loses to the Libs?

  2. Michael S says:

    A weak Tim Hudak couldn’t overcome Randy Hillier’s braying donkeys, and they got the result they deserved. The Liberals couldn’t really pin them as Tea Party types without them behaving that way, could they?

  3. The Doctor says:

    The author raises a good general point: it’s not necessary or wise for a politician to automatically oppose every single thing his/her opponent proposes. Yet a lot of politicians do this as a reflex reaction, and also as a product of partisanship. It applies to politicians of all partisan stripes.

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