Well, no one can say that Ric McIver hasn't set himself apart from the other two candidates for the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party leadership.
While frontrunner Jim Prentice and tail gunner Thomas Lukaszuk have each offered five largely meaningless anodyne platitudes as their priorities, McIver has been right out there with some fairly definitive ideas.
Not good ideas, mind you. And they'd be bound to be highly controversial if anyone except me thought he had any chance of winning. So if I'm right, and everyone else is wrong, this could end up making a lot of people very unhappy.