Mcdonut, Alexis

She’s a sharper, more intelligent and funnier politician than her predecessor, and as human beings go, she’s less than normally boring when she’s able to untangle the party line from around her neck and doesn’t have a television camera focused on her. But she’s going to end up as Audrey McLaughlin II because she’s allowed herself to be overpowered by her party handlers, who are, with many of the balance of the NDP apparatus, one long intellectual aneurysm.

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