Liberal braniac Donolo’s 90’s strategy

It’s been fairly obvious that Liberal chief of staff Peter Donolo only knows how to try to replicate the way Jean Chretien stole NDP voters and didn’t have to worry about the right side due to the Conservative vote split.

Angelo Persichilli writes in the Toronto Star how things have changed way too much for the Liberals to rely on this dated concept. (see column here)


2 Responses to “Liberal braniac Donolo’s 90’s strategy”

  1. Bec Says:

    Peter Donolo, was one of the original reasons that I quit watching PP. At the time, I didn’t really have a clear understanding of who he was but I sensed this air of arrogance and partisanship coming from him and naively expecting ONLY partisanship from MP’s and strategists, wondered how this ‘POLLSTER’ could be so nasty towards Conservatives.

    Now that I have done a mega ton of research and reading, that original tone (it was snarky…mean) describes this current behaviour and past behaviours, going back decades.

    I also believe that it’s one thing to be a communications guy, way back then and an entirely different thing to be a Chief of Staff, now!
    The snarky, take it or leave it from the Chretien regime is indeed front and centre with this one too.
    I imagine that Ignatieff was probably once upon a time, perhaps a nice guy, now he is just another entitled, miserable one of THEM.

  2. Nice to see Macleans’ Wells catching up to us lowly bloggers « BC Blue: One BC Conservative's view on it all… Says:

    […] One of the top political pundits in Canada has declared Liberal Peter Donolo the top choice on his “overated list“. That great I guess but some of us had Donolo pegged a long time ago (see here, here and here) […]

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