A reader informs me that Gerard Kennedy does, in fact, have more professional education than I do. Apparently, he was in university for four years, just barely not graduating, because he dropped out to head a food bank. I don't know why, but I was under the impression that he had only one year of university.
My bad. Thanks Kyle.
I suppose then it becomes necessary to amend my endorsement of Dion with the reason why I don't endorse Kennedy instead, and that really comes down to three things:
1) Dion's French is better.
2) I feel Dion has a better grasp of policy and is more experienced, which I value.
3) I "just like him" better. I'm sorry that's vague, but that's just the way it is sometimes, that indescribable quality. The French even have a phrase for it, you know it, that "je ne sais quoi."