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Canada Mandryk: Feisty Meili campaign kickoff attempts to cut into Moe's head start

02:21  30 september  2020
02:21  30 september  2020 Source:   leaderpost.com

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The frustration with Moe in the COVID-19 crisis inevitably comes back to his unwillingness to take responsibility for matters that are up to him and him alone. Pallister is calling himself Manitoba’ s Grinch. Moe ? Well, he’ s implying that’ s NDP Leader Ryan Meili … or perhaps Shahab.

a man standing next to a car: Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe kicks off the 2020 election front of his Regina candidates and his Chevy Tahoe he will use to travel the province. © Provided by Leader Post Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe kicks off the 2020 election front of his Regina candidates and his Chevy Tahoe he will use to travel the province.

Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe on Tuesday chose to stand in front of the “Moe-bile” — a massive Chevy Tahoe so christened by party officials that will serve as his 2020 election campaign bus.

It was parked in front of Regina Pasqua candidate Muhammad Fiaz’s constituency office Tuesday morning, but it might as well have been already on the road, miles ahead.

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Consuming 15 to 18 miles per gallon of CO2 emitting gas, the Moe-bile seems a perfect metaphor for a governing party campaign that clearly intends it intends to roll over the NDP, using the past record of NDP governments — specifically economic growth — to shift into high gear.

The Chevy Tahoe is big and roomy, although perhaps not exactly all that nimble in city ridings like Fiaz’s Regina Pasqua where Moe vows to take the fight the NDP. We are more used to seeing them on rural Saskatchewan roads where many aspire to own one. In fact, the Sask. Party is practically daring anyone to complain about this gas-guzzler.

Nothing is about to get in the way of this massive Chevy — not even another massive Chevy in party heavyweight Ken Cheveldayoff expected to cruise through the suburban riding of Saskatoon Willowgrove. Cheveldayoff got into trouble for not exactly shooting down COVID-19 anti-maskers asking for his assistance, but Moe insisted Tuesday that overseeing our emergence from this pandemic is just one of umpteen reasons why the Sask. Party must be trusted over the NDP.

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“You are going to see me get out of this truck each and every morning to engage Saskatchewan people,” Moe told reporters and Regina-area candidates. “We are looking forward to engaging the people of the province with the question: ‘Who do you trust?’ ”

Rattling off past NDP records of 53 hospital closures and 176 school closures , Moe argued you can’t trust the NDP … or at least he’d rather be running against Roy Romanow or Lorne Calvert in campaign where there is discussion about balanced budgets or rising public debt.

This election is a tortoise-hare race, although the tortoise quickly became feisty Tuesday. NDP Leader Ryan Meili was a snapping turtle.

“Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Party are out of ideas, spinning their wheels,” Meili told the gathered media in front of the still-blossoming Queen Elizabeth II gardens that sprawl before the Saskatchewan legislature.

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a group of people on a sidewalk:  NDP Leader Ryan Meili officially launches the party’s 2020 election campaign in Regina on Sept. 29, 2020. © TROY FLEECE NDP Leader Ryan Meili officially launches the party’s 2020 election campaign in Regina on Sept. 29, 2020.

“There’s an old saying that when people show you what they are, you should believe them … We’re saying you don’t have to settle for Scott Moe.”

Meili irked Sask. Party organizers by pulling up in his own campaign vehicle — a rented Ford Transit van that gets 27 miles per gallon — an hour and a half before Moe’s event and even a half hour before Moe’s photo opportunity with Lt.-Gov. Russ Merasty asking to dissolve the 28th’s Saskatchewan legislature. (The NDP campaign bus is still unnamed. In stereotypical NDP fashion where all decisions are made by committee, a name will be chosen in social media poll — either Meili Machine, People-First Express, Yes we Van or Big Orange.)

Far more definite Tuesday morning was Meili, himself.

He frequently took square aim at Moe by name, noting big-time Sask. Party donors are doing better than ordinary people.

Meili talked about being energized by the voters he’s met on the socially-distanced doorsteps — voters eager to talk after being shut in for six months during this pandemic.

They have grown weary of Alberta and Texas licence plates on government project job sites where work should be going to Saskatchewan people and of Moe’s repeated argument Tuesday that “steady as she goes means progress.”

More irksome to the Sask. Party may be that Meili is refusing to lie down and become political road kill. Meili would not even bite on the notion that he should be running to provide a better Opposition , arguing the province needs a government willing to implement a $15-an-hour minimum wage.

Clearly, he and NDP are chasing that Chevy Tahoe, hoping Moe and the Sask. Party decide to stop and nap.

Mandryk is the political columnist for the Regina Leader-Post and Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

Mandryk: Ugly politics seeps into Moe's 23-year-old fatal crash .
Why Scott Moe took until Tuesday to reach out to the sons of Jo-Anne Balog — the woman who died in a traffic fatality he caused in 1997 — is one of of those questions more easily answered in hindsight. He probably should have apologized back then. Sources close to him said Tuesday he was told at the time contact with the family in the circumstances would be unwelcome and inappropriate. He wasn’t the premier then. He was a 23-year-old coming off an underage DUI five years earlier — and a second DUI charge after a 1994 incident which was stayed. The public needs to know about these issues and needs to know the whole story.

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