Friday, September 11, 2009

"You aint seen nothing yet"

The Liberals do not have answer for the strongly hinted at immigration reforms, they do not have answer to the Conservatives idiotic crime push, they do have answer to equally stupid senate reform and they not have answer to those Conservative ads. The party is completely devoid of ideas and scared of its own shadow. The party does not set the agenda; they only respond to the Conservative one. All we have seen from the Liberals, at least in English Canada, is that horrible ad.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think they're using the 2005 Stephen Harper strategy. This was from the Montreal Gazzette four months before Harper first became PM:

Two stalwarts of Conservative Party policy accused leader Stephen Harper yesterday of failing to offer Canadians a real alternative to the Liberals, calling him "an echo" of Prime Minister Paul Martin and the government's agenda.

Gerry Nicholls, head of the National Citizens' Coalition and a one-time Harper disciple, and Canadian Taxpayers Federation director John Williamson, both accused the federal Tories of making major strategical errors in its national tour this summer by failing to offer voters a tangible policy platform that sets it apart from the Liberals.

Alberta MP Jason Kenney said Harper and his colleagues have been successful in meeting tens of thousands of voters this summer. He said this - not the unveiling of official policy - has been the ultimate goal.