Today Harper announced that his government would be working "to see her [Suaad Haji Mohamud] get on a flight back to Canada." What, you say, did Ignatieff offer up on the subject? What grand and eloquent words did he use in his defence of Mohamud against a neglectful government? Nothing.
With the end result being that Harper emerges virtually unscathed from an opportunity for the opposition to expose the sheer callousness of this government.
One wonders what Ignatieff will speak out on right now. Not much it looks like.
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