I think you are right. I wish Jill Stein was more like Chrétien though. I still think that Chrétien's Nova Scotia speech, given in response to the negative Tory ads that mocked his facial paralysis, is one of the top political speeches of the late-twentieth century.
Chrétien, taking full advantage of the situation, likened the Tories to the children who teased him when he was a boy in Shawinigan. "When I was a kid people were laughing at me," he said. "But I accepted that because God gave me other qualities and I'm grateful." The speech, which one Tory described as one Chrétien had waited his whole life to deliver, moved many in the audience to tears. Chrétien's approval ratings shot up, and gave Chrétien the victory