Dear Mr. Hudak,
The Ontario election is over. What a disaster. Only 49% of Ontario voters voted. It's quite possible that people stayed home--because there was no clear difference between the Conservatives and the Liberals.
May I suggest to you Mr. Hudak, that had you stood by your previously stated pro-life principles (you were once pro-life, right?) perhaps more people would have voted. Maybe pro-life voters stayed home because there was no party who represented the unborn. Maybe you could have won the election. Maybe you could have been premier of Ontario.
But no, none of this happened. We are stuck with another Liberal government. For four more years. How sad. You had your chance. But you didn't use it.
What do you think Mr. Hudak? Did you gamble and lose? Did you even care? Or were you just one more leader in a long line of I-will-not-reopen-the-abortion-debate leaders who turns their back on our unborn children?
Of course we will never know, will we? But I thought I'd just put it out there. That maybe you could have won. Maybe our unborn children could have won. It would have been real nice to have a leader who cared about them. Maybe next time.