Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
.@adriandix stepping down pending #bcndp leadership vote he hopes will be held in mid-2014. #bcpoli
— Ian Bailey (@ianabailey) September 18, 2013
Some times it doesn't take more than one trek through the fields to know a dog that won't hunt. Adrian Dix has the same terminal deficiency of many failed politicos - he can't fight.To win, you have to be aggressive. You have to be able to lift your words off the page. You have to energize your people and stir the uncommitted.There's a reason so many great prime ministers have been lawyers. They're not afraid to fight, they know how to put across a winning case, how to counter an adversary and they understand tactics.It's really easy to mock lawyers - right up until the moment you really need one.
Amusing that a guy with the word "lib" in his handle would attempt to offer advice to a guy in the dipper fold.I mean it's not as amusing as Jeff Jedras celebrating the victory of the Socred party but it's up there.
I wish Corky would return, he should have won the leadership and he might have actually won this past election. im still in denial that the libs are in charge:P
In B.C., provincially, there is the Liberal party, and the NDP. Those are your choices (bar spoiler parties). So it is common that many Federal Liberal party supporters would feel a greater affinity for the B.C. Provincial NDP tan the B.C. Liberal party. And I bet many British Columbians, even BC NDP party members, would not want stronger cooperation between the federal NDP and its B.C. Provincial counterpart.I vote NDP (mostly) provincially, Liberal federal. I don't feel conflicted about it either. I don't feel I'm being mushed between two folds.It's funny that some federal NDP supporters, like Dana, are so lord-of-the-flies tribal.
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