- “So the thing is the legislature had come to a standstill pretty much. I think the Premier did what he needed to do and I support the decision. I support his need to make a decision.”
- “I believe he did [prorogation] with absolutely the best intention.“
- “I’m [not] distancing myself from the decision that the Premier made…I believe he made the decision he felt he needed to make.”
The last one happened on CBC Radio on November 6, 2012. The second one was more recent, in the Globe on January 17. And the first one is taken from John Tory’s popular radio show, also on November 6 of last year.
You get three guesses as to who the speaker is, and the first two don’t count.
Say one thing, then say the polar opposite. I could say a lot more, but let’s just leave it at “surprised and disappointed.”