Posts Tagged ‘Randy Hillier’

Liberals Distribute Inane Anti-PC Attacks to Media

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

Ontario Liberal Staffers at the Ontario PC Leadership convention distributed multiple sets of ridiculous attack materials to the media concerning the phrase “the road ahead” and with misinformation about the process and Randy Hillier’s support of Tim Hudak.

John Laforet writes at Laforet.ca:

“I post this with some hesitation. I have said threats will never silence me, but I would be lying if I said they don’t stick in the back of your mind, especially when you do something that you know will ruffle the feathers of the folks who threatened you.

But what the folks at the Ontario Liberal Party, or more appropriately the political staff at Queen’s Park have done this weekend requires comment.

This video […] will cover two press releases I received from two Liberal staffers that were being distributed to all media. They can hardly say they didn’t want it covered, but they may not like my angle.”

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Markham Debate – June 4th

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

The PC candidates had the final of four regional leadership debates tonight in Ottawa. Next Wednesday TVO will be airing a debate between candidates moderating by Steve Pakin.

For more on this debate, read the rest of John Laforet’s post at Laforet.ca.

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Randy Hillier Interview

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

The single largest impression I got from my time speaking with Randy Hillier and observing him at the debate, both on and off camera was the passion he brings to the issues he champions and his candidacy in general. I observed him truly in his element after the debate as he worked the halls as people exited. Always smiling, frequently laughing with party members, Hillier demonstrated an ease and comfort at connecting with people on a personal level. His sincerity may be his candidacy’s greatest asset.

For more on this interview, read the rest of John Laforet’s post at Laforet.ca.

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