Here's part of what he says in today's column:
"The more natural modern coalition, it seems to me, is between economic liberals (in the European sense) and social liberals; between free marketers and environmentalists (it's all about minimizing waste), between advocates of consumer power and voter power. There are free marketers who vote Conservative only because they have to — who are uncomfortable with their so-con bedfellows, dismayed by the party's indifference to environmental issues, and appalled by its assault on parliamentary democracy, but who can find no other party they trust on the economy."
This is totally correct.
There are many in the Conservative Party who aren't comfortable there -- indeed there are some in the NDP who are not comfortable either.
There is room for a clearly defined Party that respects parliament, the environment, leaves people to make their own life choices freely and supports free markets. That is a Party I can support. That is a Party I do support. That Party is the Liberal Party.
And that's where Coyne goes wrong -- because he says that Party doesn't exist and, specifically, the Liberal Party ain't it.