Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Who Will Replace Stephen Harper?

When the history of Duffygate is written, I wonder if  people will say look back and say Oh!  So that's why Industry Minister James Moore's website looked so much like a campaign-for-leader site.  Others have already speculated that he might be the Tory's next one, although no-one really saw the transition occurring before 2015.  But now there's a real possibility that PM Harper may ride off into the sunset in the back of a police vehicle, and who knows maybe Mr. Moore saw it all coming?  In any case, if Harper pulls a McGuinty, watching Moore and Kenney fight it out for the soul of the party would be terrifically entertaining.

4 comments:

Robert Wood said...

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rockfish said...

it would be so entertaining if they put on those fat sumu wrestling suits and got down and sweaty -- oh, those aren't fat suits\? Ew...

MgS said...

I wouldn't expect Moore to beat Kenney actually. Kenney's been building his support base for a leadership run for the last decade or so.

The only way that Moore could win is if there are enough moderates in positions of influence. Kenney will have the wingnut base quite firmly in hand.

Holly Stick said...

It's so annoying that Moore lists as an accomplishment: "Created the Canadian Museum of History"

He didn't create it, he just dumbed down the Museum of Civilization