Monday, March 07, 2005

Credibility Gap

Randy White won’t be running again. The Tory MP from B.C. announced he would not seek re-election.

Mr. White (check out his website!) had his 15 seconds of media glory during the last election campaign, when he said once in power, his party should use the Charter of Right’s notwithstanding clause to ignore any court ruling they don’t like.

Considering several polls (including this one, p. 21) point out judges have three times more credibility than politicians do, maybe asking people "Who do you trust more with your rights, us or the Supreme Court judges?" wasn't the right strategy.

Good-bye Mr. White, have a nice life away from the spotlight. Just don’t go into public relations.

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