Saturday, February 11, 2006

Why Ken...

Over the next few weeks, the Draft Dryden Team will provide more detailed explanations as to why we believe Ken should be considered a serious contender for not only the leadership of the Liberal Party, but also as Prime Minister of Canada.

Here is an outline of our argument in favour of Ken Dryden:

1. National Recognition

2. Popularity in Quebec

3. A Concensus Builder

4. A Man of Vision and Purpose

5. An Intellectual with a Passion for Victory

6. The Package - Worth a Shot

Next week - we will release the first set of arguments - National Recognition.

Until then, provide your comments on Ken and why or why not he should enter the race.

4 Comments:

Blogger The Faithful Tribune said...

Hey: good for you guys.

I think Ken Dryden seems like an outstanding candidate. It will really come down to his speaking, in French and in English. Is he more than a good writer and and outstanding pickup goaltender, a pretty strong Minister and a autograph-seeker's dream?

Get the speaking in French and English off the table, then answer the important question of his ability to assemble a good team of organisers, and I would for one take him exremely seriously.

On the other hand, there are others who could prove to be strong at this point and who have their own questions to answer and I hope that they answer some of them sooner rather than later.

One thing for certain, I hope that we have all learned something from recent events and that an open race that is as inclusive as possible is the ultimate outcome.

5:49 PM  
Blogger Stephen said...

I'm not a Liberal, but am interested in who will be the next leader of the party. It has to be someone who has no skeletons from past corruption, or no connection to any of that. Everything you said about his attributes is right on. He could be Canada's first true philosopher-king since Trudeau.

3:02 AM  
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9:33 PM  
Blogger K-Dough said...

Check this out:
Dear Ken Dryden: Hockey Needs You!

9:34 PM  

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