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I'm an evangelical Christian, member of the CPC, but presently & unjustly exiled to wander the political wilderness.
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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Look out... Warren is back

Though I'm veiwing it from the opposing teams bleachers, I must say that I'm a little awestruck watching "The Prince of Darkness" back in action again, doing what he does best... fighting election campaigns.

I REALLY hope John Tory and the campaign brain-trust are ready take on this guy... because don't forget, they've done battle before, and it didn't work out so well for John Tory the last time he faced Warren in the trenches. John Tory was one of the campaign managers for the Federal Progressive Conservative Party in the 1993 election, while Warren was in the newly founded Liberal "War Room"... and we all know how that bout ended.

Having just re-read Warren's "Kicking A** in Canadian Politics" this summer, what we've seen thus far is classic Warren... throw the first punch, kick "butt", and take no prisoners.

After all... no matter how much you may not like it, politics is in fact a blood-sport, and it's winner take all.

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  • At Wed. Sep. 05, 12:46:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    A monkey could have won the 1993 election for the liberals.

  • At Wed. Sep. 05, 01:08:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger Christian Conservative said…

    Very true Anon@12:46, however, Warren sure made life harder for Mr. Tory... almost any observer of that election would agree wholeheartedly.

  • At Wed. Sep. 05, 04:18:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    It wasn't really meant to diminish Warren. I find him quite refreshing sometimes.
    He's good as his job for sure and Martin was a fool to make an enemy out of him.

  • At Wed. Sep. 05, 11:35:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger Dirk said…

    "After all... no matter how much you may not like it, politics is in fact a blood-sport, and it's winner take all."

    You're right, I don't like it. This is also why I don't like Warren Kinsella, whose tactics I find appalling.

    For once, I'd like to see a civil politician who sought office not in a craven pursuit of power (a la winner take all), but out of a genuine desire to affect positive change in society.

    You can find a good number of politicians like this if you look hard enough, but they're not the ones you see on the news, unfortunately.


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