I can compromise for the greater good.
I can restrict my social views to the federal arena, for the greater good of a unified province.
I can even allow for give-and-take and bend on taxation policies.
... when you aggravate business in the way you bring in family day, for example (not that I’m opposed to family day)
... when you fumble the HST because you made it about a tax grab and not specifically the reduction of red tape
... when you increase minimum wage in a way that shocks the alleged free-market (increasing to extreme measures to the highest in the country at the time)
... when gas taxes are duplicitous and nothing is done to offer relief
... when you jump to extremist actions, and implement the Stephane Dion Carbon Tax demise in a quest to tax everything
... when you say you are a party that says they can get to yes; yet, you sit on your laurels and point fingers at what the others are doing wrong, instead of what you will do right (soundi…