Saturday, November 1, 2008

Who Can Write About the Liberal Party with the Acuity of a Four Year Old?

Stephen LeDrew, that's who. What a moron. I hope they don't pay this guy to write. It would be a serious miscarriage of justice.

6 comments:

The Moderate Maverick said...

Did LeDrew get turned down by a hot Liberal chick at some convention awhile ago? He sounds rather bitter, maybe he should do us all a favor and leave the party that he professes so much to despise, he thinks none of the candidates for leadership are good enough.

James Curran said...

I doubt he is a member of the party. Who would have him?

Archie said...

The liberal party, they took in Garth Turner didn't they. You also seem to forget I think he was at one time the President of the federal liberal party. You could say he knows more about the federal liberal party and it's workings then you do James.

cms@ADMS.ca said...

Archie, Mr. LeDrew has also declared bankruptcy and was found to have "placed priority on personal expenses" instead of income tax commitments. Does that increase or decrease his credibility?

My runner up for "Who Can Write About the Liberal Party with the Acuity of a Four Year Old?" would be Jane Taber and her "anonymous, senior" Liberal sources.

Francesco said...

LeDrew should focus on his current job and whatever that is...otherwise he is an "idiot" and should stop bad mouthing the liberals. we have our work to do to improve the fundamentals of the party to strengthen and replace pillars of the foundation...and most importantly get a leader who can communicate and raise money....the latest third quarter numbers on fundraising should give every left leaning liberal a thought of putting in another third or fourth choice candidate...

Archie said...

cms@adms.cs thanks for the laugh, talking about finance and the liberal party. The liberal party is in financial rune. Most of the leadership hopefuls are still in dept from the last leadership race. They have a number of lawsuits pending over their heads. You talk about credibility ha, good one.