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Is It Just Me, or Does Anyone Else Find the Timing of the Latest Harpercon Ads a Tad Curious?

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Yep, boys ‘n’ girls, the Harpercons have come out with a new shiny thing–an attack ad against the Liberal interim leader, Bob Rae.  I guess it’s never too early to get a jump start on that election campaign now, is it? I mean, they better get chopping now!! Only 3 + years before . . . → Read More: Is It Just Me, or Does Anyone Else Find the Timing of the Latest Harpercon Ads a Tad Curious?

Why Did Bob Rae Apologize?

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Indeed! Why the hell did you, Mr. Rae?  So it was a Liberal staffer behind the Twitter moniker of vikileaks.  So? Glad someone was fighting back. Also, once again, with feeling, boys ‘n’ girls, @vikileaks didn’t use documents that weren’t already public record. In fact, anyone who would bother to look, . . . → Read More: Why Did Bob Rae Apologize?

So Bob Rae Says He’ll Back Out of Any Permanent Leadership Aspirations: I Still Say Marc Garneau Is a Better Choice For Interim Leader

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Ok, it’s official. Bob Rae says he’ll put the good of the Liberal party before any personal aspirations he may have had.  A very nice cover letter he wrote to support his application for interim leader of the party, indeed. However,  if anyone is to rebuild a party, the idea is to move . . . → Read More: So Bob Rae Says He’ll Back Out of Any Permanent Leadership Aspirations: I Still Say Marc Garneau Is a Better Choice For Interim Leader

Jean Lapierre Seems To Know More & Coalition Not About Saving Liberals but Giving Bob Rae His Last Hurrah

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One question, folks? How in the world did Warren Kinsella get on this merger/coalition bandwagon? Why is he doing this? Me thinks he also has an axe to grind…with Iggy.  In last night’s CBC news article pointed out that Kinsella refused to divulge exactly who these insiders discussing this proposed merger/coalition are.

Well, . . . → Read More: Jean Lapierre Seems To Know More & Coalition Not About Saving Liberals but Giving Bob Rae His Last Hurrah

More Coalition Talk: Could This Simply Be a Way to Get Jack Layton to Sign Iggy’s Walking Papers?

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I’m all read out of blogs and columns over coalition governments. However, I picked up this interesting take by Chantal Hebert, where she not only hints at a Bob Rae/Iggy division.  We hear Iggy and his friends categorically telling Canadians a coalition with anyone is out of the question. We hear of rumours . . . → Read More: More Coalition Talk: Could This Simply Be a Way to Get Jack Layton to Sign Iggy’s Walking Papers?

Iggy and Rae Should Perhaps Take a Cue From Gordon Brown–Perhaps Time for The Ol’ Boys Club To Groom a Youngster

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Well, so rare have we seen a politician think of the good of his party before his own interests, not to mention, expediting the inevitable. Gordon Brown had his faults as PM, but in the end does the right thing for Labour; resigning to that they can have a chance at forming the . . . → Read More: Iggy and Rae Should Perhaps Take a Cue From Gordon Brown–Perhaps Time for The Ol’ Boys Club To Groom a Youngster