There is a lot to be said about the way we nominate people into positions to run for a party.
I have reflected many times about vote-buying in previous posts and experienced it myself several times first hand. It became so clear in lasts nights display of lack of true leadership.
As I wrote before, looking at the concept of party loyalty Mark Wunderlich should have been the man to be chosen. He got badly shafted for someone who was not a conservative and still is a liberal when you listen to his speech and concepts.
The question of political skills, charisma, and visionary leadership, had no room and value for many of the people in attendance .
The danger of this situation is the credibility and integrity of the whole party. I have no answers for that dilemma.
The income of party memberships seems to be the priority but not the philosophy or principles.The PC party is nodifferent from the Green Party or any other Party
I had to smile how few seemed to show their emotions about the fact that we now have a liberal running as PC Candidate, who is employed by Bruce Power.
Bill Murdoch had integrity as a PC MPP with a clear conservative foundation.
Bill who praised himself as the next Bill might turn more voters into another direction or into the no-vote group. Bill is not Bill and the time for any Bill is over. Too many bills are hard to pay at once.
This brings me back to the reality check; is this at the end just a big farce? Do we have to be forced to believe that this is still the PC Party in Bruce Grey Owen Sound?
No ,the political dilemma is not solved with Bill Walker. We have just piled another huge credibility issue to the mounting problems politics in general has in Ontario.
Bill Walker’s nomination has thrown the Bruce Grey Owen Sound riding into a deep identity crisis.
Who are we and who is the real man behind Bill Walker????????
Let me know