You know, if Larry Hubich had any political smarts, he’d make a public offer to sit down with Brad Wall and to help the Sask. Party government redraw its essential services legislation.
Of course, there’s no way in Hell Brad Wall would ever take him up on that offer, because of the fears of, you know, getting all those union cooties. But when Wall turns it down, the union movement looks more like the adults in the relationship between workers and management. I mean, just as the Leader-Post’s Murray Mandryk points out, Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench has delivered a kick in the balls to Wall’s governing philosophy, and you never kick a man when he’s down — you wait until he’s on his kness, then you can’t miss!
Instead Hubich does this. Just like Wall, Hubich is playing to his narrow base. Doesn’t Saskatchewan politics deserve better?