Ed Broadbent says so:
To save his own government, Stephen Harper is deliberately trying to deceive Canadians about the facts surrounding a proposed Liberal-NDP coalition, former NDP leader Ed Broadbent said Wednesday.
In an interview with CBC News in Toronto, a furious Broadbent had harsh words for the prime minister, saying Harper was also trying to pit English Canada against Quebecers in his attempt to discredit the proposed coalition to replace him if the Conservative minority government falls.
“I’ve never seen the leader of a Conservative party, certainly not Bob Stanfield, certainly not Joe Clark, lie — I choose the word deliberately — the way Mr. Harper has,” Broadbent said.
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via Dawg’s Blawg
Stephen Harper just spoke to the country… It seems to me we just watched the Prime minister get a free TV commercial. He had no new information to communicate, nothing about what he intends to do to resolve the current political crisis.
Blog entry: http://finalspin.wordpress.com/2008/12/03/stephen-harpers-address-to-the-nation/
A nameless public servant
I couldn’t agree more, nameless public servant. Thanks for the link.
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