Faced with declining poll numbers, Dion is now paddling in somewhat the opposite direction.
Recently he has taken some sensible stands such as calling for income tax cuts and saying he will personally oppose Bill C-257, which favours big union bosses at the expense of our economy.
Not sure if these moves will be enough. Might be a case of too little, too late.
Dion and company probably now wish they had listened to me last summer when I warned them about their misguided socialist course.
"Voters will not support a political party that promotes the interests of special interest groups ahead of the well-being of the country," I perceptively wrote. "They will not support a party that puts
I further cautioned:
"If the Liberals continue to head in that direction (to the left), which right now seems likely, it will only mean one thing: Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party will be in power for a long, long time."
It all goes to show the Liberals need to learn an important lesson: They don't call me one of the top five political minds in the country for nothing.