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September 19, 2009

Ignatieff on Harper's Duplicity, Attack Ads

TheStar.com: Michael Ignatieff on Stephen Harper's political style
"What he says in private is contemptuous of Canadians and treats all Canadians who disagree with him as enemies....When he attacks his opponents, he engages in falsehoods and the politics of personal destruction. And when that guy's time in politics is finished and people ask what was his legacy, what was his contribution to the public life of Canada, it'll be those attack ads. And let it be on his head. I'm tired of it. And Canadians are tired of it."


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