A sociologist, or an economist?
Let's take Dion, the sociologist first:
Potential Employers:An individual who looks at issues with a sociological perspective brings a helpful approach to any workplace. Research conducted by the American Sociological Association indicates, "Sociology majors who enter the business world work in sales, marketing, customer relations, or human resources. Those who enter human services work with youths at risk, the elderly, or people experiencing problems related to poverty, substance abuse, or the justice system." In almost any business, industry, or government office, sociologists can offer helpful approaches to research and development, policy analysis and development, and program evaluation.
No wonder Dion is pushing a poverty agenda, I just hope people realize, it's taxpayers who will be impoverished if all his BIG ideas get funded.
Now, PM Harper the economist:
I like the "Invasion of the Planet Destroyers" the best, but they are all funny. Hey, who knew that economists had a sense of humour! I hear PM Harper has one, but the msm won't show us that side of him, we might like it.
They work in manufacturing, transport, communications, banking, insurance, investment and retailing industries, as well as in government agencies, consulting and charitable organisations.
So, who understands the economy better? A "group hugs" are good guy, or a guy who knows what to do when our economy tanks? You decide.
What I can't understand is how Dion, as a sociology professor can't master group dynamics, like bringing his party together, but Harper, has that down pat, he united two parties, and has kept them together.
We hear from the Liberals that Dion is VERY smart. If sociology is all about getting groups to work together, I'm not sure how smart the guy really is, he is definitely politically inept. Economics, economy, hummm, might someone know more about how to handle a "maybe" downturn in our economy better than, a socialist, oops, sociologist?