February 27, 2014
One of the problems with taking a firm stand early and often is that backing off is hard to do.
Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak may find that the case with his decision to reverse himself on his right-to-work proposal. He has campaigned for almost two years on the issue. He convinced people it’s in his DNA, along with many of the other economic policies released in a series of 17 white papers. They were never formally part of the Tories’ election platform, but he spent a lot of time convincing Ontarians he has a plan.