Steelcitygrit [in exile]

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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

...the language of farm, city and love

Now is a great time for a leadership candidate launch a strong and substantive agricultural policy. This should serve as a good reminder for Liberals. The solution that farmers are seeking is, at simplest, a big government solution. Conservatives and farmers do not make natural bedfellows to the extent that is sometimes imagined. It's not a stretch, then, to expect a major Liberal revival in the country. We don't have to sell out our social liberalism - merely take our social justice agenda past city limits. So let's see it.

[Please turn up your thermostats Ontario]

3 Comments:

Blogger Zac said...

Thats actually a very good point. I think we should dispell the myth that people in rural areas are socially conservative and thus prone to vote Tory.

3:18 PM  
Blogger Sholdice said...

The answer is supply management, and more of it.

Excellent "Nature of Things" last night about Cuba's organic farming strategy. Did anyone else see this, or am I the only one up at two in the morning watching documentaries about Communist argiculture?

3:35 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Mark, I saw it, but I went "bah!" and flipped on by without giving it any interest. ha ha.

3:23 PM  

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