No struggle for what you believe in is ever futile.
I take great pride in the fact that other elites are starting to come around to my party's "make a show of dropping at least a few crumbs for the plebes" philosophy.
Good one. That about sums it up. Of course, the Economics Panel that appointed itself as Morneau's unitary financial policy advisor last February might have something to do with it. All the nation's elite apologizers and enablers of the true oligarchy, from the head of GE to overfed and overpaid university administrators, all chaired by the head of a corporate accounting firm, pledged to work their collective butts off for $1 apiece a year and all the day old parliamentary cafeteria sandwiches they could stuff in.Such dedication to Canada! And how better to monitor closely what the gov was up to, on those days when the gilded personages actually assemble in Ottawa to give Morneau his policy direction.Oh sorry! I s my cynicism showing?
Figure it's about time for people to be reminded it's worth expressing - the combination of a change in government and a slick PR strategy has allowed Trudeau to escape plenty of much-needed questioning.