I'm sure the people who actually control the LPC will have harsh words with him behind closed doors once it's clear their party ends up with essentially the same number of seats as before, but the party's coffers are substantially lighter.
In my riding, it's an intergenerational reflex. The LPC could run a retarded cocker spaniel and on September 21st, it would be merrily woofing its way into the HoC, marking every second seat for good measure.
And we might not be in 10 or 20 years at this rate. Trudeau is doing his damnest to alienate anyone who disagrees with his views. Prime Ministers should be unifiers, not dividers and at this point the fact he'll be re-elected, even if not with a majority, tells me this country is broken.
Our current prime minister manages to be so much worse than his father, and I've always held PET in utter contempt.
EDITED TO ADD: He was, before his son, the most divisive PM in living memory. And the most enamored of tyrannical regimes.
I'm not surprised. After dealing with PSAC union leadership on various issues during my career, I consider them the special needs marxists of the PS union environment. Definitely at least 20 IQ points lower than the PIPSC leadership. But the PSAC boys and girls should take heed. Their membership...
There's a huge difference between the American teachers' unions and PSAC or PIPSC. The mentality is diametrically different for one thing. And as my bona fides in making this statement is that I sat on the management side of the table during contract negotiations with PIPSC. I have a pretty good...