The Globe seems to be hanging farther to the right as the weeks go on.
Perfect example this morning with two stories of two leaders written in two very distinctive ways.
Tories surge on Harper’s leadership
Canadians in overwhelming numbers say Stephen Harper is the most decisive federal leader with the clearest vision of where he wants to lead the country, according to a poll that suggests the Conservatives may now have the winning conditions needed for a spring election.
Leader tested by splits in caucus on issue
Political analyst Robin Sears, a chief of staff to former Ontario NDP premier Bob Rae, said Mr. Dion has yet to make clear what his leadership style will be.
“There seems to be a pattern of staking out a hard position and then being forced to backtrack from it,” he said, listing Mr. Dion’s comments on Canada’s Afghanistan mission and his dual Canadian-French citizenship as examples. “Whether you’re a new leader or old, that ain’t a good idea.”
Interesting so in one camp they have managed to make hardline, stick to your guns leadership look inspiring and in the other insipid.
Makes you wonder if Bourque was underhanded or just honest.