Thursday, September 25, 2008

Liberals just hoping to hold ground

This has been coming for a while. Senior Liberals are now saying that just holding onto what they have (95 seats) will be a challenge. Dion's leadership is under serious fire, and hope is partly resting on the leaders debates. What should he do? Three strategists gave their answers to the Globe. This sums up my feelings on the topic: "Not everyone can be a good leader."

Let's say the Liberals lose seats, maybe only 10 (seems likely). How long does Stephane Dion last as leader? I would think they would need a review before parliament sits in February. Can they hold one in November? What about January?

2 comments:

Summer M. said...

The "not a leader" smear put forward by Harper has really become the Liberal brand this election. But by far, the most interesting thing going on in this election is Conservative Premier of NFLD Danny Williams' "Anything But Conservative" campaign. Gov't of NFLD cabinet ministers are door knocking AGAINST fellow-conservative Stephen Harper... here' the website if you haven't already seen it.... http://anythingbutconservative.ca/

Brenton Walters said...

Danny Williams is a funny man. Nfld is the only place the Liberals might pick up a seat.