By Wednesday morning, he was speaking with theological certainty: "I stand by my numbers. It's going to create the jobs that I say." "I know I am right."
Of course he knows he's right - he feels right. People who disagree with him make him feel frustrated, angry, agitated.
In the back of his brain, Hudak is certainly wondering why these people don't get it - but doesn't much care, because he feels like a steam-roller, like one of history's actors.
There's no surprise in this - Hudak has always displayed the same functional fixedness, the same animosity towards opposing viewpoints and the same urge to punish those who challenge him.
He's like Rob Ford this way - we know exactly how he'll govern, because he'll govern in the same way he's always operated. Like a boss.
For this, he is to commended - he's being who he is rather than trying to present himself as something he's not. Which means, if he's elected Premier and voters have buyer's remorse, they'll have no one to blame but themselves.
Caveat Emptor, folks - be careful what you wish for.