Sunday, May 8, 2011

Who Gives a Flying Crap What NDP Buckdog Thinks About the Liberal Party and Warren Kinsella

What a sanctimonious windbag that Buckdog is.

Seriously? He's gonna give advice to the Liberal members now? Really? Cause your party won 100 or so seats? Here's a clue. The NDP, while being the Official Opposition, is less powerful than it was 5 weeks ago. And I wouldn't get all uppity there dude. We Liberals have been out of power for 5 years, but your dippers have never ever had power in your 50 year history.

And if you think Quebecois are gonna keep the lovefest going after 4.5 years of your useless opposition and talking to the wind you are in for a big surprise.

As for Warren Kinsella? I'm pretty sure he and I, and thousands of others, will rebuild this Liberal Party the way it should have been after the 2006 leadership. From the grassroots up. It's already started. Stay tuned.

18 comments:

Michelle Matthews said...

Thank you James Curran for putting voice to my thoughts. I love the fire now burning in the Liberal belly? Gloves are not only off but burning in the fires of diplomatic sensitivities. w00t!

Annie said...

In The Star today, I found a very interesting column from one person I hardly read, Persichilli..he was correct, we have to get rid of the upper echelons of power in the Party...go back to a real LiberalParty of Trudeau. It is worth a read.

Blues Clair said...

Well said. Buckdog is a small minded thug.

Anonymous said...

Good ... this is great. I can see that Stephen Harper will be in charge well past 2015 with all this endless bitching going on.

Don't fool yourselves. Canadians see through ALL of this crap.

If you're really interested in getting Canadians to vote for Liberals again, why don't you try having them at the table for a change?

Craig Chamberlain said...

Appreciate you standing up to Buckdog but be careful not to elevate him in the process. He baited you/WK for his own advancement. Sometimes it's best to just fart.

Guess who's trolling your site RIGHT NOW!

Anonymous said...

You think Warren Kinsella is the "grass roots" or "new blood"? Really because no one else does.

James Curran said...

sure troll. go to your room

Craig Chamberlain said...

Basement troll.

leftdog said...

Reading Kinsella say that he 'simply can't figure out whatever happened to the once might Liberals' is beyond funny!

My point was straight forward. You were forwarned! I've done numerous posts cautioning you of what was going to happen to the LPC. You won't take any other council other than your own ... so fine. You are now 'Social Credit' ... mort.

James Curran said...

So is my point. Consider yourself forwarned. Our brand is solid. Yours? Well you can always recruit some more vegas goers.

Craig Chamberlain said...

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Craig Chamberlain said...

OK. So you knew that the Bloc would collapse? Is this the claim you're publicly making? And you knew how the grass fire lit in Quebec would light up Anything-But-A-NDP-Government-Ontario?

Craig Chamberlain said...

'Cos Leftdog, if that's the case, you should head to Vegas, too.

leftdog said...

The caution I was advancing to the Libs in 2009 concerned their strategy to go after soft NDP votes and sound all 'lefty' in their policy development. I said 'go hard after soft Tory voters '& those groups and individuals that were growing weary of Harper after 4 years. But under Ignarieff, Liberal strategy was to hit Layton and go after NDP seats.

I said it would not work for them. It did not work for them.

My blogging colleague, Mr. Curran thinks that I am 'giving advice' to Liberals. He says Liberals don't want to hear from anyone but Liberals on the matter of 'what is wrong with the LPC'?

Keeping some communications open would be rational ... but if dialogue isn't possible then so be it.

Craig Chamberlain said...

You are stirring the pot for your own preferred end-game and you know it. So as for your sanctimonious duplicity -- thanks, but no thanks. Besides, my take of the election results suggest you are the one being irrational.

leftdog said...

;)

sharonapple88 said...

My blogging colleague, Mr. Curran thinks that I am 'giving advice' to Liberals. He says Liberals don't want to hear from anyone but Liberals on the matter of 'what is wrong with the LPC'?

No offense, but partisans are rarely sources of unbiased advice.

And voters are voters. No party, Liberal, Conservative, NDP, Bloc, or Green can try to make them off as being part of their territory. The Bloc and Liberals learned this lesson this time. And I hope all parties keep this at heart in four years from now.

LeDaro said...

I think problem lied with Liberal leader. Ignatieff is probably a great academician but politics is not his cup of tea.

Layton’s majority of seats are from Quebec. Quebec support is going to be very fickle. Some of them have already declared to be separatist. How Layton will please them, beats me. It looks like one time fluke to win Quebec seats. Libs and NDPers need to work together and not against each other as that way only beneficiary will be Harper. Libs need to think long and hard how to recover and NDPers need to go easy on their Champaign as their giddiness is clouding their thinking.