John Ivison: Liberals’ electoral reform town halls are meaningless gatherings of ‘democra-geeks’

GATINEAU, Que. — It has been said the best argument against democracy is talking to the average voter for five minutes.

Mark Holland has probably had some sympathy with that sentiment during his time as co-host of the electoral reform town hall, currently going nationwide.

h/t Waffle

  • Waffle

    If you think you’re going to have the opportunity to boot his ass out at the next election, have a good swig of that over-priced Koolade his buddy, Kathleen is selling at the LCBO.

    • One can always hope.

      • full disclosure

        Is hope not a mental holding pattern that enables inaction instead of dealing with on going b.s.?

  • Waffle

    If you think you’re going to have the opportunity to boot his ass out at the next election, have a good swig of that over-priced Koolade his buddy, Kathleen is selling at the LCBO.

  • Smoke and mirrors.

    The quiet invitation is extended to an unwitting public so at least one can claim that the public was consulted before the lying sacks of crap Liberals consolidate their power.

  • lolwut?