Labradore infuriates Connies both provincially and federally because the guy just knows his stuff and needles the little darlings at every chance.
On Tuesday, he posted a chart showing the number of words recorded by Hansard for each member of the House of Assembly during the last session. He even colour-coded it by party for ease of reference.
You can find the whole chart here, but let’s take a look at a specific spot on the big picture.
If some of the provincial Connies, were quick to identify Tom Osborne as “deadwood”, then you have to wonder what they think of the people who participated less in the House than Osborne did.
People like Tony Cornect, Ray Hunter, Tracy Perry or John Dinn, all of whom spoke less than Osborne did.
Things got so bad in caucus, apparently, that Tom Osborne decided to leave rather than put up with it. Is he the only one who will cross the floor this fall? We could wind up with the “independent” party made up of as many members as the Liberals or the New Democrats.