Daily Archives: November 1, 2008

Danny Williams?

It’s hard to tell whether Stephen LeDrew is being serious here, but I have to admit the same thought has crossed my mind:

All observers agree that the next Liberal leader must be savvy, experienced, quick on his or her feet, gutsy and able to beat Stephen Harper. All of the above individuals have varying degrees of the credentials required, but one politician who no one has considered so far could really juice up the race.

So come on down, Danny Williams! As they say on the Rock, “My son, we loves ya.” You always knew when you were beating up Prime Minister Harper that you were just practicing for the big time. And you were wildly successful in clearing Newfoundland and Labrador of every Tory.

It would be highly amusing, if nothing else.

Update: Seeing as the conversation seems to have turned to Bob Rae for some reason, here he makes his intent to run for the leadership clear (as opposed to the story that appeared in the Globe & Mail the other day).

He dismissed the report of being hesitant as “totally false” and said in an e-mail to The Globe: “This whisper crap has to be brought to an end.”

One of his key supporters attributed the rumours to other candidates and their backers, specifically New Brunswick MP Dominic LeBlanc.

Such fun.

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“A Referendum on Reality”

A delightful conversation between two of my favourite people…

Funnily enough, within the space of just a few short minutes (and with almost no effort whatsoever) Hodgman manages to casually toss off a whole series of memorable expressions and clever insights about the presidential election.

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New Rules (Election Retrospective)

One of the best, ever!

“Four more days my friends; and then, by the grace of Allah… Comrade Obama and his Nubian army will usher in a new era of socialism and gay marriage.”

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Sarah Palin: The Constitutional Peasant

Oh! Come and see the violence sexism inherent in the system!

“It’s sort of perplexing to me, because I’m a practical person and plainspoken also, but just cutting to the chase and calling things like I see them, just like most Americans. But this has not left a bitter taste in my mouth, the bitter shots taken by the mainstream media and by some of the elitism there in Washington…”

Help! Help! I’m being repressed!

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