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Thursday, June 06, 2013

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Jimmy Levendia

The Left's mantra for decades has been "the personal is political", substituting lifestyle for more substantive economic and other issues. It was only a matter of time before the lesson was learned by populist conservative types. I was listening to talk radio a couple weeks ago when a Ford supporter called in and actually said "so Ford smoked crack. So what? Who hasn't smoked a little crack?". Now that the tag is on the other toe, the idiot Left shrieks. Not that I object to the Left's irritation...a little schadenfreude goes a long way with me...but I am getting mightily tired of all this lifestyle crap for one. Also the "Blue Grits, the inarticulate small c conservatives who like to think of themselves as Liberals in the 905 and the Toronto inner suburbs, will be frightened away. Since the electoral victory of any kind of Conservatism in Ontario depends on these people, this is a concern.

mitchel44

I'm sure the idea of Ralph Klein as mayor of Calgary and then Premier of Alberta stuck in a lot of throats.

Sadly, the last two leading Alberta as "Conservatives" have been anything but.

Frankly, it's hard to see Rob Ford in any manner that is not influenced by the media smears.

Whether that's in his favour or not remains to be seen.

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