The CBC is running a poll of the top political "game changers" of 2010. Leading the poll is new Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi, but noticeably absent from the list is new Toronto mayor Rob Ford. Tony Clement made the list (and not for positive reasons), but the most substantial game changer of 2010 did not make their list of nominations. Why am I not surprised? This poll was launched by the Soloman Show, so the absent of the most significant conservative game changer is understandable.
I suppose that prudence demands that I run the same poll with Rob Ford on the list. Before I do, who else should be nominated? Bob Rae made the list, and I wonder why him and not Iggy.