“Even in past faded and tired Liberal governments — governments just waiting for the electorate to give them that one final shove into the pension pasture — Jones was never more than a second-tier minister. Having Jones reach the premier’s chair would be a little bit like having Danny Williams retire and Ross Wiseman taking over the Conservative party by acclamation.”
— Russell Wangersky, The Telegram, Aug. 3rd, 2010.
John Efford’s taking intense heat for suggesting that Liberal leader Yvonne Jones couldn’t win a provincial election.
I wrote that myself just last week.
Whatever happened to the concept of telling it like it is?