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March 26, 2009

It's Not Like They Have Anything to Hide

Jobs are disappearing at a more rapid rate than the Harper stimulus package can create, notes budget officer Kevin Page.

But that's not even the worst of this story.

Page can't get the figures he needs from the Finance Department to analyze fully the implications of the weakened economy because the Finance Department is refusing to release key data to him.

Of course, it's not like they have anything to hide.

The Finance Department reports to the Ministry of Truth and the Department of Accountability, and so on.


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