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Sun: Hudak PC’s have “crazed political death wish”

Their words, not mine.

Wow.



10 Responses to “Sun: Hudak PC’s have “crazed political death wish””

  1. Michael says:

    Tim Hudak, the gift that keeps on giving. :)

  2. Matt says:

    Must be tough times for many at The Sun as even they are realizing that Hudak and Ford are pretty much lost causes. The Mel Lastman on RoFo article today was also pretty great.

  3. Dan says:

    “She also knows there are Liberal MPPs who share the pro-life views of the three Tories.”

    And there are Liberal MPPs (and MPs) who vote with the Tories on this issue.

    • Matt P says:

      Even if all you say is true, they aren’t out there sponsoring press conferences.

      • Dan says:

        Because Liberals are at risk of losing power provincially, and voters have a restraining order against them getting 50 feet near a majority federally. And because the Liberal pro life caucus used to meet in secret, which made them all the more insidious.

        OUSTED IN 2008
        Bonin, Raymond – Nickel Belt Ontario
        Chan, Raymond – Richmond British Columbia
        Cullen, Roy – Etobicoke North Ontario
        Dhaliwal, Sukh – Newton-North Delta British Columbia
        Hubbard, Charles – Miramichi New Brunswick
        Maloney, John – Welland Ontario
        McGuire, Joe – Egmont Prince Edward Island
        Simard, Raymond – Saint Boniface Manitoba
        St. Amand, Lloyd – Brant Ontario
        Steckle, Paul – Huron-Bruce Ontario
        Valley, Roger – Kenora Ontario
        Wappel, Tom – Scarborough Southwest Ontario

        OUSTED IN 2011
        Cannis, John – Scarborough Centre Ontario
        Guarnieri, Albina – Mississauga East-Cooksville Ontario
        Lee, Derek – Scarborough-Rouge River Ontario
        McTeague, Dan – Pickering-Scarborough East Ontario
        Murphy, Shawn – Charlottetown Prince Edward Island
        Szabo, Paul – Mississauga South Ontario
        Thibault, Robert – West Nova Nova Scotia
        Tonks, Alan – York South-Weston Ontario
        Wrzesnewskyj, Borys – Etobicoke Centre Ontario

        STILL A PRO LIFE VOTE
        Karygiannis, Jim – Scarborough-Agincourt Ontario
        MacAulay, Lawrence – Cardigan Prince Edward Island
        Malhi, Gurbax – Bramalea-Gore-Malton Ontario
        McKay, John – Scarborough-Guildwood Ontario
        Scarpaleggia, Francis – Lac-Saint-Louis Québec

        Will you help to remove these last few threats to women’s rights and gay rights from office, and replace them with a progressive alternative?

  4. Merrill Smith says:

    I feel some sympathy for party leaders in general. Harper is criticized for imposing total message control from the Kremlin, I mean the PCO, and Hudak, along with other opposition leaders past and present, is mocked for allowing his members some latitude. I don’t like either Harper or Hudak. I support a woman’s right to choose. But I’d really like to see a more adult political environment that allows politicians of all stripes to speak for themselves and be judged by their voters. I know, I’m dreaming.

  5. TimL says:

    I wonder if there’s a poll that shows what percentage of voters don’t much care either way, or who fall somewhere in the middle and think “abortion isn’t an ideal thing, but it ought to be an individual decision, but maybe there ought to be some kind of laws, maybe”.
    Instead, it seems to be a debate between two utterly hysterical sides. “ITS NOTHING BUT MURDER!!!”……”GET YOUR HANDS OFF MY BODY!!!!”. It fills up my Facebook timeline. It fills up my Twitter feed. Cripes.

  6. Michael S says:

    You may want to ask Randy Hillier why he’s helping raise funds for the group trying to bring in Terry Jones.

  7. Michael S says:

    Yeah, Randy’s at it again up here.

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