Friday, September 19, 2008

It's All Gerard Kennedy's Fault

As usual, Chantal Hébert hits the nail on the head:

"As the kingmaker at the convention that crowned Stéphane Dion, Kennedy is the person most responsible for the dynamics of the 2008 campaign.

His decision to bypass the two front-runners in favour of a Quebec dark horse has changed the shape of the election race among the five parties.

Had Kennedy made a different choice, the election might already have come and gone. ..."

I think it just delayed the coronation of Bobama/Ignatula.