Thursday, February 21, 2013
She's concern-trolling Justin Trudeau for being popular -- does she actually think that someone as unpopular as she is would be a more credible national leader?
And she keeps babbling about how she's really Trudeau's friend while endorsing the vicious Conservative narratives attacking his credibility and leadership skills.
Martha, if you can't lead and you won't follow, then please get out of the way.
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Yes, for god's sake don't challenge the shiny pony on anything. It could interfere with the coronation. I can't believe the party I've voted for for 35 years, is going to make the same mistake again....for the 3rd time. How small must our parliamentary presence be reduced by the citizens of this country before we wake up and make changes? I fear it will be too late by the time we realize our folly.
By 2:18 AM, at
Martha Hall Findlay's mistake was commenting about Justin Trudeau's privileged upbringing even though she had her own privileged upbringing. Fortunately, for her, Justin Trudeau did not mention her upbringing.
I will agree with anonymous that the Liberals will be making a mistake by picking Trudeau as leader. If he doesn't like dealing with questions about his upbringing, then he won't be ready for hardball questions from Harper and Mulcair.
Trudeau is an eloquent speaker. However, he is lacking on policy ideas. Voters may have an idea of what they will get by voting for either the Conservatives or NDP. They may not know what they will get with Trudeau as leader of the Liberal Party.
The truth hurts.
Well, personally, I think Justin Trudeau will save the Liberal party -- yes, he will make mistakes but he won't be a pushover nor will he shy away from difficult issues. He will also inspire loyalty and enthusiasm, and will attract good people to work for him.