07.28.2015 09:41 AM

I’ll say!

  

15 Comments

  1. Smith says:

    Translation: “I’m young young young; you’re old old old …. nyah nyah nyah

  2. I need your insights, Warren.

    I also need The Clash.

    That is all.

    • KenzoS says:

      “The only blog that matters”

      (apologies WK, I know it’s a website. This required a short word that started with a ‘b’.)

  3. Ridiculosity says:

    And who the hell is Adam Dormus?

    Oh wait, I remember…

    Nobody.

  4. Kaiser Helmets 'n Motorbikes says:

    Old man take a look at my life, I’m a lot like you are…

  5. billg says:

    Young bull to Old bull : hey, lets you and me run up that hill and make love to one of those pretty cows up there

    Old bull to Young bull : how about we walk up that hill and make love to all of them

  6. RogerX says:

    Warren….. after the October 19th massacre should the LPC eliminate the “Young” wing of the LPC and unite the party under one umbrella? There is no “Young” NDP or CPC… they’re all one party. Change must happen!

    • Matt says:

      Each party has a youth caucus as far as I know.

      The young Dippers and young Conservatives aren’t as vocal, at least not publicly as the Young Liberals though.

  7. Peter says:

    You’re just a really bitter old hack…

    Say it loud and say it proud!

  8. AAJ says:

    A “coalition” assumes that the NDP or CPC want to rescue the collapsing LPC. How about assuming both Mulcair and Harper will let nature take it’s course and will let it die? Of course, Mulcair and Cullen extended the coalition hand to Justin but he unequivocally rejected it. Perhaps we are witnessing the end of the LPC collapsing in it’s own Martinite mire! Pity.

  9. davie says:

    This old-young stuff is kind of interesting. I thought a younger Liberal group made a move when they made Dion the leader. the older Libs did not like the guy they had brough tin to lead being defeated. In the subsequent election they stood back and did not pitch in ( forsaking party loyalty…)
    The, Dion defeated in the election, Dion stepped down, and the old Libs slipped in their guy, the guy they wanted in there in the first place.

    I got the idea that it was the old Liberals who forsook loyalty and damaged their party unity with their insistence on continuing internecine struggles.

  10. kre8tv says:

    Once upon a time there was a guy whom the Ottawa pols called “yesterday’s man.” Things worked out rather well for him.

  11. JH says:

    Willie and Waylon sang we’re too old to quit, to mean to die. Live it and Love it!

  12. fan590 says:

    Bitter old hack? …how about one who knows how to win (as long as he has a half decent candidate IMO).

    I wonder what Warren could do for the Trudeau campaign in the next couple of months. I’d rather see that than the current group who let Justin be a human pinata!

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