Monday, July 12, 2010

Ignatieff vs Duceppe

Chalk this up to another Bad Day at the Office or the Wheels coming off the bus. Watching Ignatieff is as entertaining as watching paint dry. Did he lose a bet and take this job?

Another interesting result from Angus Reid Public Opinion Poll conducted between July 6 - 8, 2010 of 2,031 Canadians. the Liberal team latest messiah to lead them back to the promised land.

Michael Ignatieff simply does not understand his rhetoric is crossing the lines of reasonable criticism in Canada. It is because he is out of touch with those he is trying to connect with from his long absence from Canada. He is ignoring his lack of leadership in whipping the votes for his own motions and blames others for his party lack of effectiveness in getting their act together.

In September 2009 his right arm in Quebec quit, Ignatieff does not get Canada and his circle of advisers from Toronto don't know how to fix it. Result the star candidate has moved on and left the Liberal ranks.

A moderate politician would NOT resort to invoking Hugo Chavez style rhetoric or denigrate Canada's human rights record when appeasing a room full of Chinese students. Canadians rightly view Ignatieff as the weakest link in the proposed coalition by the Liberal media.

Trudeau would have never made these amatuerish comments. When are Iggy's training wheels expected to be taken off? Is Ignatieff incapable of providing some adult conversation on a few detailed-costed policies and how the Liberals would do things differently?

The Liberal leader said his party is the only one that owns the centre of Canada’s political spectrum, noting Canadians can “smell the whiff of sulfur coming off” of Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who he said, is on the extreme right. - Iggy vows to win Canadians the old-fashioned way

Divide & Conquer: Fanning the flames of Intolerance of your opponent has been used in politics to demonize and boost the morale of your partisans for hundreds of years. If we take a critical examination on how the Liberal Party campaigned against the Reform Party, Canadian Alliance with the support of the mainstream media in tow.
GTA Liberals
The Liberal Party is falling apart, and will not recover. Like all liberal parties in Europe, it will become a weakling at the mercy of ephemeral coalitions. By refusing the historic coalition that would have placed it at the helm of the left, it will be punished by history. - Armageddon Liberals: 2010
"Image is very powerful. There is a certain proportion of the electorate, at least 25 per cent, who judges this on this basis. It makes a huge difference," says political economist Harold Chorney.

Separtist at Cheese factory
How does the leader of the leader of the official opposition, stack up with the leader of the regional separtist party that is overwhelmingly supported by a minority? What do Canadians think?

Gilles Duceppe earns the highest rating for foolish but beats Ignatieff on key personality traits that are required to build trust that in Ignatieff. He does NOT have the right stuff and would be unable to lead or negotiate any coalition deal that would protect Canada as he is seen as a boring, inefficient weakling by most Canadians in the latest poll.


Joanne (True Blue) said...

When are his training wheels expected to be taken off?

Heh. Maybe that's what we should call his tour - The Training Wheels Express.

wilson said...

This 'in training' thing has been going on since January 2009...
This is Iffy's 6th cross country tour since the coup.
Polls still have his 'PM' numbers at 14%.

14 percent of Canadians trust Iffy to run the country.
86% don't.

CanadianSense said...

My own conspiracy theory: He is a double agent for the conservatives.

Alberta Ardvark is going to get mad, but I can't keep this a secret.

Did someone do the bodysnatchers thing or rewire the brains of the senior liberal strategists?

Seriously, how else can you explain so many self-inflicted wounds.