Quote: Originally Posted by BitWhys
how? by neutralizing May and forcing MacKay to watch his back?
Well, I was thinking it was stupid, because MacKay doesn't have to fear May, and now doesn't have to worry about a Liberal opponent either. Also, the Liberals are going to face a lot of criticism, skepticism, and comments for their decision to abandon one riding, when traditionally they consider themselves a "national" party. Finally, he's going to spend a lot of time explaining why he loves the Green Party, and therefore he'll be wasting time on this issue.
But that seems to be what he wants, so go for it, Stephane. I expect it will result in gains for both the NDP and the CPC in Nova Scotia, because they've given the impression that Nova Scotia is not important to the Liberal Party. It's all positive to May, and in no way positive for the Liberals. How did she convince him to do it?