Here’s a quotation from Liberal newspaper, The Globe and Mail:
…last night Mr. Dion and his team couldn't even get his televised national address—a speech intended to counter Mr. Harper's appeal—to TV networks on time. The production values of the tape were also poor, with Mr. Dion out of focus at times. It appeared his head was emerging from the shelf behind him.
A small gaffe perhaps, but one that is indicative of the sort of bungling we have grown to expect from Stéphane Dion.
The Liberal Party is only too aware of Stéphane’s short-comings, of course. Even before the October vote was counted, we could hear calls for his resignation as party leader. Not surprising since he was leading his party to one of its worst electoral defeats ever. And remember that Stéphane was rejected by over 82 per cent of delegates on the first leadership convention ballot.
And the Grits are proposing that this nitwit be our prime minister. Have they taken leave of their senses?
I wish the Grits would listen to the 60 plus per cent of Canadians who do not want that man as our prime minister. If they want him as their leader, that’s their business, but they have no right to foist him off on the rest of us.