When economists poke myriad holes in the Million Jobs Plan that is a pillar of the PC platform, it’s time for damage control, writes Martin Regg Cohn.
Martin Regg Cohn
May 29 2014
In politics, as in life, it’s never too late to say sorry.
Tim Hudak should try it. There’s still time, before Tuesday night’s crucial leaders’ debate, to do the right thing about the Tory leader’s wrong-headed — and just plain wrong — Million Jobs Plan.
Before he humiliates himself on network television, Hudak can rescue his embattled campaign with a gesture of economic contrition: Oops, sorry!