Friday, November 24, 2006

Kennedy hasn't decided yet

It appears my earlier belief that Kennedy has signed onto this "nation" business was mistaken. Apparently, he hasn't decided yet.

Of course, the cynic in me wants to see this as just an attempt to remain ambiguous going into the convention, hoping to get support from both sides. Hopefully he will allay my cynical thoughts by taking a firm position for or against this motion before the vote happens.

I have to say, I'm disappointed in Dion over this, very disappointed.


At 11/24/2006 10:09 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kennedy hasn't decided yet? Does he not know where he stands? If he wants to be a leader he must have an opinion.

It's so easy to use "renewal" but a leader must be committed to something.

At 11/24/2006 10:30 a.m., Blogger WestmountLiberal said...

Has GK not commented at all on this yet?
It was reported on CBC that Rae is now on side.
Update someone please.

At 11/24/2006 11:00 a.m., Anonymous Chantal said...

GK is the only leader that is smart in this ridiculous stunt by Stephen Harper. Kennedy is already on record that he has no problem with Quebec being called a sociological nation.
Why should he just leap on board without any consideration to the writing of the resolution?
Bill Graham and others in the Liberal Party should have showed some more leadership instead of jumping on a bandwagon.

to anon:
on the contrary, he is the only candidate showing the leadership right now by asking the essential questions, what does the resolution mean, are there legal implications?

I would like to see Kennedy propose something better.


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