Government isn't making it easy to see where all that federal pandemic spending is going
Can't people just leave the LPC alone and let them spend money on whatever and whoever they want without having to answer annoying questions?
Justin Trudeau finds his conduct on COVID-19 management – especially vaccine rollout – under the microscope, but Canadians are also evaluating the performance of Conservative leader Erin O’Toole.
And while the Liberal leader sees neither significant improvement nor deterioration in the way Canadians perceive him, views of his main opponent are trending in a more negative direction.
New public opinion polling data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds nearly half (47%) in this country have an unfavourable view of O’Toole – a 16-point increase since last September when fewer than one-third (31%) felt the same. One-in-five (22%) remain unsure about him.
These new data also find the incumbent Liberals holding a five-point advantage, 35 per cent to 30 per cent, over the Conservatives. The NDP receives support from one-in-five Canadians (20%).
Yup. Counting on the blind non-fact checking nature of Trudeaumania types...And yet, yesterday I saw a TV ad by one of the usual liberal astroturf organizations whom I'd never heard of before, demonizing Erin O'Toole on the health care file. Reading the entrails shows an early election call this spring.
Exactly as Trudeau and his strategists would have it...demonizing O’Toole to distract attention away from the shortcomings of he and his government.Yeah, but as much as Trudeau needs to wear it, it means little if the leader of the opposition is disliked more and more.
Have they though?Exactly as Trudeau and his strategists would have it...demonizing O’Toole to distract attention away from the shortcomings of he and his government.
I hope that this isn't directed at me, because I said nothing of the sort.So:
• taking action against a party member who, inadvertently or not, received fundraising from an inappropriate group = bad...shouldn’t be the next PM.
• taking action against a party member who spoke out about concerns of another party member’s alleged associations with a foreign terrorist organization = okay...should continue as PM for potentially fourth, fifth, etc. ethics violation.
Got it. To think that folks felt so strongly about crowd/groupthink in support of a weak leader elsewhere...but at home...apologize, cry, repeat...keep the false virtues signaling...