‘To harness this great swelling of optimism and energy’

by Aaron Wherry

Peggy Nash enters the race to be the next leader of the NDP.

I’m entering the race because I believe the next Prime Minister of Canada must be able to do two things: First, she’s going to have to make sure that our economy works to the benefit of all Canadians, not just the few at the top. But secondly, in order to do that, she’s going to have be able to keep the Canadian economy stable and make it stronger…

The current Prime Minister understands neither of these.  I understand both. Come the next federal election, Canadians deserve a real alternative and as leader of the New Democratic Party I will offer them just that.

At the outset she boasts the endorsements of two MPs: Randall Garrison and Anne Minh-Thu Quach.




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‘To harness this great swelling of optimism and energy’

  1. “But secondly, in order to do that, she’s going to have be able to keep the Canadian economy stable and make it stronger … ”

    Fed NDP types lack nunchi, nor do they understand economics, and that’s why they struggle to get elected or be taken seriously. 

    WSJ ~ Believing Brain:

    Mr. Shermer marshals an impressive array of evidence from game theory, neuroscience and evolutionary psychology. A human ancestor hears a rustle in the grass. Is it the wind or a lion?

    Patterns in life are variously ascribed to the work of ghosts, gods, demons, angels, aliens, intelligent designers and federal conspirators. “Even belief that the government can impose top-down measures to rescue the economy is a form of agenticity,” the author says.

    • I’ll remember that the next time Harpo drags out his “I’ve got my steady hand of the tiller” routine.

      • LOL if there’s one thing Harper hasn’t got it’s nunchi.

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