Is Liberal support for the Risk Management Program a game changer in rural ridings?

It may not be, but it has injected a note of urgency into electoral debates in rural Ontario


The political dialogue needs nifty catch phrases that sum up the message. In the 2011 election campaign that is coming to an end May 2, the phrase is “game changer.”

Everything, it seems, is a game changer. Charges of anti-democratic practices against the Conservatives are a game changer. Opposition unity against the Conservatives, triggering an election, is a game changer. Potential Conservative gains in ethnic communities are a game changer. Everything that might have an impact is a “game changer.”

Better Farming - May 2011