You minimize my point. That being, the Liberals waste should have been the major campaign issue. That was a winning strategy.
Hudak auditioned for the opposition leader. He got the position.
All he did was talk about Liberal this and Liberal that. You don't win by saying the other guy sucks repeatedly.
You win by following a simple train of thought.
1. This is where we are at.
2. This is what we need to fix
3. This it how we are going to do it.
I heard a lot about what needed to be fixed and no concrete proposals on how to fix it.
He also linked himself to Rob Ford and Harper. While we elected them, he should have made his own brand of conservative. Market it to make it look like we were putting our eggs in a different basket.
Edited by MiddleClassCentrist, 11 February 2012 - 11:17 AM.
Ideology does not make good policy. Good policy comes from an analysis of options, comparison of options and selection of one option that works best in the current situation. This option is often a compromise between ideologies. Modern conservatives don't follow reason, they don't analyse the situation, they make up an ideological solution and then attempt cram that solution into a problem that doesn't exist.