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There are those who say we should be bracing ourselves for the return of President Steve.
Say it ain’t so!
We n expect know soon if Stephen Harper is going to re-emerge to make a re-run to re-lead the Conservative Party of nada in the wake of the reversal delivered by poor Andy Scheer, whose leadership was done like dinner the instant the microwave dinged and Justin Trudeau managed to squeak back into the PMO with an underheated minority government.
That was last Oct. 21, in se you’d forgotten already.
At any rate, all the ndidates to lead the party of Preston Manning, Stockwell Day and Mr. Harper are supposed to be present and accounted for next month, prepared to part with their prohibitively large “qualifition fee,” and it sure doesn’t sound as if it’s going to be a very big crowd now that most of the obvious ndidates have quietly slipped out the fire exits.
Well, maybe instead of Mr. Harper, who is said to actually be enjoying retirement, it’ll be Christy Clark, who had a reasonably electorally successful run as premier of British Columbia from 2011 to 2017, who will step off the plane from a sojourn in India and announce she’s going to save the CPC from the prospect of another generation of failure.