Green Party Leader Elizabeth May has come to understand that she might have to toughen up her act, which would explain why her party recently hired Warren Kinsella, a combative, seasoned political operative.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Warren Kinsella, a.k.a. The Prince of Darkness, pictured. When Mr. Kinsella went on Twitter and tweeted this line: 'Elizabeth May brings on Kicking Ass in Canadian Politics author Warren Kinsella to help Green war room,' Ms. May responded with this tweet: 'Greens do politics differently.@kinsellawarren knows we have no ‘war room.’ Peace Room? Situation Room? Room of Zen?' The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
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