Today in unsolicited advice - Macleans.ca
 

Today in unsolicited advice


 

From James Moore’s Twitter feed.

mpjamesmooreDennis Coderre, perhaps, should lead by example with his retirement idea for his colleagues. Just a thought.


 

Today in unsolicited advice

  1. James Moore has finally said something that most Liberals can agree with.

    • I agree.

  2. Does Coderre have Twitter? Could be a fun afternoon…

    • He's on Facebook, with frequent updates.

  3. It really is a silly situation, regardless of political stripes…

    Might as well get comfy Mulcair, you will be running unopposed at this pace.

  4. The CPCers are the most avid followers of the LPC's business. They still sound like an envious opposition party.

    • How could you possibly know that unless you, yourself, are avidly following those CPC'ers?

      • I'm an equal-opportunity political animal.
        Check the Hansard to read the statements by CPC members and their ridiculous QP responses.
        It's all there, preserved for posterity. Yikes!

      • "How could you possibly know that unless you, yourself, are avidly following those CPC'ers?"

        Every time I go over to Right Wing Land to find out what the Conservatives are doing, apart from reading something copied from the Conservative Party's web site, all I ever find out is what unstylish and appalling thing the Liberals are doing.

        I blame our Right Wing media for that mostly, though. Especially this rag.

  5. Very funny on the part of Moore, but perhaps not well-advised. Having both Coderre and Cauchon around can only serve the Conservatives interest.

  6. Very funny on the part of Moore, but perhaps not well-advised. Having both Coderre and Cauchon around can only serve the Conservative's interest.

    • What's wrong with Cauchon?

  7. It's probably safe that if Iggy doesn't flip-flop and let Cauchon run, that seat will not be won by a Liberal.

  8. I live in Outremont. We hate old-school party hacks like Coderre. Outremont will go NDP..again. Which aggravates me to no end because I can't stand Layton or his goofy ideas.