Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Dion death watch, a tale of two Bourque polls

Poll #1 (Fri., March 2nd, 2007)
Poll #2 (Wed., September 3rd, 2008)

It's funny how the farmer from the 'chi [McKenna] can be quickly disregarded as a contender for the leadership of the Liberal party. From second in '07 to off the list completely in '08. A year sure does make a big difference with his popularity on Bourque Newswatch.


Just so you know, even Robert Thibault made the 2nd cut.

Update

Speaking of McKenna, I see there is another local journo that is touting him as a saviour to the so-called boring Stephens in Ottawa. Talk about being out of touch with the rest of the country. I mean, come on, not only is Frankie baby getting too old compared with the current Prime Minister, he possesses a squeaky, less then authoritative voice that ranks him up there with Ross Perault. Not to mention, other then a cup of coffee as Canadian Embassador in the US, he hasn't done anything constructive other then doing the Liberal cocktail circuit and padding his own wallet. Get a grip, Marty.

4 Comments:

At Sep 7, 2008, 1:31:00 PM , Blogger Brian Cormier said...

Oh puh-leeze give me a break. Bourque is a known Conservative who regularly lambastes Dion on his "news site". He was sponsored by the Conservatives in his car racing, as well. That's like being shocked at an online poll on the Tories' website saying that most Canadians will be voting Conservative.

 
At Sep 7, 2008, 4:55:00 PM , Blogger nbt said...

I was just making the assessment that McKenna was left off the list. He made the list in '07. Not sure why he was left off in '08?

 
At Oct 9, 2008, 9:37:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brian, genius, Bourque is not only a Liberal, he ran for the Liberals. And you don't get anymore Liberal than that.

 
At Oct 12, 2008, 12:10:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is he off the list. Ah he has been raking in the Corporate dollars for little to no work. What makes you think that he could go back to earning a civil servants salary. And on top of that he could only fool the people of NB but couldn't fool all of Canada.

 

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