Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Cheap politics is career advancements

Yesterday, Canadians were informed of the sexy allure of cancer and radioactive leaks, something I guess we must have all missed. And today, we were informed that being rightly outraged about this fiasco surrounding Lisa Raitt, and pointing it out in the House of Commons, is cheap politics.

Harper clearly is grasping at straws. Pointing out such an obvious flaw in the government's handling of issues certainly does not constitute cheap politics. As Michael Ignatieff pointed out, the fact that Lisa Raitt saw this as a career advancement opportunity is a much greater instance of cheap politics. She is hoping for sexy problems for her to solve. What is cheaper?
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