Warren Kinsella is of the opinion that Federal Liberal leadership hopefuls should have a seat in Parliament first before running. That would eliminate Deborah Coyne, David Bertschi and Martha Hall-Findlay.
I wonder if he feels this filter should also be extended provincially in the Ontario race? That would mean that Gerard Kennedy and Sandra Pupatello would have to drop out.
Pupatello and Kennedy are using their lack of involvement in recent Ontario politics as some kind of a badge of honour in which they hope to distance themselves from McGuinty Government scandals.
So which is it? Is being an “outsider” an advantage or disadvantage? Or does it merely depend on the spin of the individual’s campaign manager?
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Warren Kinsella, Liberal Star Destroyer – Phantom Observer
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