Debates are for sissies. Sweater vests are for cool people

Elections are hardly a time for pubic debates about substantive policies, are they?

It’s almost as if they are afraid that once Thomas Steen gets publically questioned on important policy issues, that he won’t be able to respond. Oh well, this is the nature of the Conservative campaign – image over substance. Sweater vests and name recognition over policies that matter to Canadians.


5 responses to “Debates are for sissies. Sweater vests are for cool people

  1. But would Jim Maloway have anything to talk about other than the Disraeli Freeway?

  2. All I know is that we’ve got the most well-informed, well-read, thoughtful candidates out there and that he can go toe-to-toe with any of the candidates.

  3. But Steen could kick his ass at a game of floor hockey.

  4. LOL! I’m not so sure. Chris is a serious runner and could probably out-athlete Steen now that he’s been out of the game for a few years. Not sure about Chris’ stick handling though.

  5. The more I think about it, RG…I bet that Jim Malloway has many interesting things to say about many issues and I’d love to hear them in an open and public forum. Chris Hrynkow also has much to say on the issues. Let’s have an open debate, constructively criticize each other’s positions, and improve our overall understandings of complex topics.

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