Friday, January 15, 2010

A ray of hope for our politics: Peggy Nash to return to Parliament

Some welcome news for all Canadians this morning at PunditsGuide.ca: former New Democrat MP Peggy Nash has announced she will be making her return to the House of Commons.

As the invaluable website reports:

“Nash announced this morning that she will run again in the next election and try to reclaim her Toronto seat of Parkdale – High Park from Liberal M.P. and former leadership candidate Gerard Kennedy, the Pundits' Guide can exclusively report.”

The accomplished and personable Nash narrowly lost her Toronto riding in the last election owing in part to the over-hyped campaign of the disappointing Gerard Kennedy. Sympathy from a dirty tricks campaign in the riding next door buoyed Liberal fortunes as well (Which reminds: cutting brake lines and vandalism are pretty serious charges. Whatever became of those charges? One can’t imagine they were just dropped after the campaign, now were they?)

Nash, who has made history as the first woman to negotiate across from the big three auto makers, will make a strong addition to a House of Commons that now perhaps more than ever is badly in need of strengthening.

4 comments:

Rick Barnes said...

This is awesome news, Peggy will make it this time out! Canada needs her and a few more like her!

Malcolm+ said...

Gerard who?

方便 said...

這麼好的部落格,以後看不到怎麼辦啊!!!..................................................

黑色皮包 said...

當一個人內心能容納兩樣相互衝突的東西,這個人便開始變得有價值了。..................................................