Methinks Amanda Simard Protests Too Much – To Sit as Independent by Jamie Gilcig 112918

Methinks Amanda Simard Protests Too Much – To Sit as Independent by Jamie Gilcig 112918
Cornwall Ontario –  All governments cannot be all things to all people.  Amanda Simard, a new MPP in Glengarry Prescott Russell who has some experience as a municipal councilor and was a Senate  page clearly either doesn’t understand politics or is playing amateur hissyfit politics. She is the first Conservative MPP in the riding since
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Oh man, this member’s makeup’s more perfect than an Air Emirates Stewardess (in no way meaning to disparage the stewards, I’m sure they’re hotter’n a Giorgio Armani boy toy), and in no way is this meant to disparage any gender, sex or taxonomic order that politcians occupy.

But for whatever reason — deserting a{MODERATED}political party, that is led by a Useful Idiot of Bay Street — Kudos!!

Hugger1
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There should be a by-election called. She left the party she was a member for. The voters did not elect an independent. It’s pretty simple.

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Hugger1

If I were any party I wouldn’t touch her. She’s jumped ship once, she could do it again. When you sign on as a candidate you agree with their policies. You don’t get to choose which policies you agree or disagree with. That’s how party politics works.

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One should always be suspicious of anyone with hair that’s more interesting than they are; for example Canada’s current spokesmodel …Trudeau the Younger.

But giving our newly minted independent MPP the benefit of the doubt, it may be the first sign of an oubreak of principles at Queen’s Park, or simply be mindful of being judged by the company one keeps; in which case, wise move.