The most amazing during the leaders’ debate on Radio-Canada and Télé-Québec is to have been surprised by the provision of Françoise David, the most distressing is that the exercise did not result in TVA.
Perhaps it would have been the best antidote to cynicism.
On the ground, people of all persuasions are the same: enough of the waffling, the cassette and promises that will not happen. Half the vox pop gets echoed.
But politicians do not listen. They have their marks, their advisors, and the entire system of electoral representation, which do not allow them to come out of the mold.
It is so easy to put on the garments of perfect candidate, as evidenced by the video success of Catherine Dorion, candidate for the National Option.
The voter may well be more educated and more informed than ever, more eloquent, too, as evidenced by the comments made on the web or in the editorial columns of the media, it still does not appeal to their intelligence.