Wow, great thread....how long will this one go for? The entire election?
After reading some of it I've made the following observations.
1- John Tory is not as deep a blue hue as some would like.
2- Some of you want him to lose so his replacement can be justified in doing some "house cleaning".
3- Some are willing to cast your vote with a different party as they may be a "deeper blue" than what the OPC is.
4- Some are wailing in dispair at the propsect of McGuinty winning a majority due to the family feud going on in conservative ranks.
Ok here's a couple.
When the next leadership vote takes place, get out and support your "true conservative" choice.
Should Tory actually win this election, suck it up and get with the program, if as some think, he's about to have his butt handed to him on a platter, be gratious, do not go on a witch hunt or designated blamee.
During the current campaign, choose where you send your support by the individual candidate and how "blue" they are. Disregard party of choice, think of the individual.
As for the campaign, a suggestion for those of your that want to stir the pot, let your OPC candidate know in clear language that should they be successful on election day that under no circumstances are they to surrender their seat should John Tory be unable to win his.
An interesting slogan for the campaign?
"Dalton's two-tier Ontario? Two-tier justice, two-tier education...can two-tier health care be far behind?"