Saturday, 27 June 2009

Drat

Tim Hudak is the new leader of the Ontario Conservatard Party.

I much preferred the Campaign Life Coalition-endorsed Frank Klees.

Klees is a real fetus fetishist. Woulda been fun.

7 comments:

jj said...

Oh, I bet they're crying in their beer at FD.

jj said...

Nope, they're happy at FD. I take it Hudak was their second choice. So is he not a fetus fetishist?

Pseudz said...

Open Season on size 9's. It's Foot Shootin' Season.

You may not have long to wait for the Right Wing tumblers to spin again . . . good luck next time.

Or maybe Hudak will decide to add the Bay-bees plank to his platform/raft.

It's an awful conundrum for the cons. From the outside of their party/ilk it looks as if they should GET-OUT-MORE . . . but if they got out more they might see the world as it actually is . . . in which case, there'd be many scales falling from many eyes.

The cons are members of a movement of Fear and Exclusion - they are a diminishing island of dinosaurs. Take your pick. There oughta be a law.

fern hill said...

JJ, Hudak didn't get the totally FF endorsement of CLC. But we'll see.

Pseudz, the Conservatards are jerking way right. Again, we'll see.

deBeauxOs said...

Hudak is Le Dauphin and Mike Harris always liked him best.

As you may have noticed with the federal ReformaTories, fetus fetishism is a card Cons play selectively.

croghan27 said...

Is this Campaign Life Coalition a registrared charity? If they are and the their 'dues' whatever they are, are tax deductions ... WDF are they doing advising their members to join the Ontario Conservative Party?

Torontonian said...

Hudak has only 54.25% of the vote. The remainder wen to Klees.

Fifty-four to forty-seven. Mighty close.

If this had been a poll of public preference, a 3.5% margin of error would declare it a possible tie.

What pushed Hudak was the migration of Hillier voters. Apparently Hudak was their second choice.

No matter how you look at it, it's tough sledding for Hudak thanks to Harper/Eves legacy and Harper's petulance and aloofness. Flaherty doesn't help much either.

Their own figures as shown in Wikipedia are at this link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Conservative_Party_of_Ontario_leadership_election,_2009

Dalton McGuinty has fairly clear sailing for the next term.

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