09.25.2015 07:27 PM

Good thing Gerry’s “green light” geniuses signed up some truthers, but kept out conventional guys like me!

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12 Comments

  1. Tim White says:

    There’s no room for conventional people in any party just now. It’s weird, bizarre and wrong.

  2. Mike says:

    The sad thing is all parties have had these bozo eruptions. It just goes to show the diminished importance of MPs when this is the quality of candidates that get nominated.

    But then again, what qualifications do you need to be a trained seal voting which ever way the boys in short pants tell you?

  3. Mitch says:

    Warren, you are the only Liberal I would happily vote for – ever! In my riding, I wish the nasty tea-party-ish Cheryl Gallant would just fade away. No such luck in Renfrew county.

  4. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Warren,

    My theory is that this isn’t our father’s vetting process. All the parties are going to be royally screwed no matter how thoroughly they were (or think they were) during the green lighting process.

    Like the universe, social media is expanding endlessly. This is just the beginning — it gets much, much, worse with each subsequent election. Beware all the jackasses out there.

  5. Geoff says:

    Probably a good thing you didn’t run. Did you really want to be associated with this group that’s running?

  6. George says:

    Warren, realistically why would a balanced, generally objective fellow like you want to take marching orders from a guy like JT?

    People like you should be LEADING the Liberal party, not being subjected to a vetting process by a bunch of morons who don’t know their head from their asses.

    Pardon my language, I’ve had a couple of drinks tonight.

    Cheers!

    George

  7. dean says:

    you undoubtedly saw the macleans article where they award him credit for all of dalton’s success too..

    the strategists should stay behind the scenes at least until the end of the election and should not be the story.

  8. Sean says:

    It’s not a vintage year in Canadian politics. Mulcair may be ready to govern but his party isn’t. The liberals have been replaced by Team Trudeau- enough said. Harper is a one man show with a social disability-he can’t share posed. And May should be in detox.

    I find Kinsella and Ray Heard to be voices of reason. Because they’re not indebted to anyone, they can speak with honesty and integrity. I value their insight.

  9. Sean says:

    Edited

    It’s not a vintage year in Canadian politics. Mulcair may be ready to govern but his party isn’t. The liberals have been replaced by Team Trudeau- enough said. Harper is a one man show with a social disability-he can’t share power. And May should be in detox.

    I find Kinsella and Ray Heard to be voices of reason. Because they’re not indebted to anyone, they can speak with honesty and integrity. I value their insight

  10. Vancouverois says:

    Well, at least they’re drawing a contrast with Stephen Harper. Who would vote for a boring guy like him?

  11. Derek Pearce says:

    Hmmmm. I agree with all of this except you taking issue with the coat hanger part– if I was pissed off with someone that’s a legit insult.

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