Sunday, March 30, 2014

Goodbye you must be going 

I have usually dismissed as wishful thinking those recent stories about Harper's precarious position in the party.

But maybe it is true that Harper's control over the party is slipping, when one of Harper's favourites cannot bully through a nomination dispute:

Dimitri Soudas, Stephen Harper’s hand-picked executive director of the Conservative Party was dumped by the party Sunday night. The CBC reported just before 9 p.m. that the party’s national council was informed of the dismissal in a conference call. Soudas was at the centre of a storm after openly interfering in a nomination battle in Oakville-North Burlington, where his fiancée Eve Adams is in a tough competition to run for re-election in one of Toronto’s newly created ridings.
I'll bet there was more than one f-bomb dropped during that phone call.

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Harper's Golden Rule: "Do not upset the base that makes political donations and votes in elections".

Harper is brilliant. The base funds the party and provides stability. Soudas caused a rift between Harper and base. Therefore Soudas has to go. The base stays happy, the party is not split and the money keeps coming in.

Your welcome.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:13 pm  

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