The Conservatives continue to politicize everything at their peril, from the proposed 988 suicide hotline, to the COVID-19 vaccine itself. Erin O’Toole’s partisanship goes hand-in-hand with an embarrassing insincerity. O’Toole isn’t going to win over many voters with his vintage performance of sucking and blowing on the issue of COVID-19.
Instead of telling Canadians what he thinks, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole tells them what he thinks might win their votes, writes Michael Harris. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
HALIFAX—You can suspend the law of averages, but you can’t repeal it; if you play Russian Roulette long enough, there is always a Big Bang.
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