Chisholm for PM — feedback

To judge from my inbox today, something about the manner of Robert Chisholm’s departure from the provincial leadership pissed off a few New Democratic Party loyalists. But one party stalwart rejected these comments as, “old wounds and sour grapes.”

Don’t be too quick to put him in the Chisholm column though:

More to the point – how can a uni-lingual politician aspire to the leadership of a national political party in Canada in 2011? A party with over 50% of its caucus from Quebec? A party with official opposition status and its eye on the big prize?

Je ne comprends pas.

Moi non plus.