Monday, September 21, 2009

Ignatieff Promises Intense Navel-Gazing

Sorry. What's the use of being in the peanut gallery if you can't at least throw some peanuts? I don't think our promise to Canadians should be that we will spend your money figuring out how the Conservatives wasted your money. Accountability? Great. How about passing laws about spending millions of government dollars on what is thinly-veiled partisan advertising? Giving money to the Auditor-General should not be the takeaway from an economic speech. Not with unemployment where it is. People need to know that there is a party who will look after them and their family. We'll worry about balancing the budget when people start getting back to work. I didn't hear Ignatieff's speech. The CBC report may be a grave distortion of what he said. I hope it is.

2 comments:

Scott Tribe said...

The complete summary of his speech is posted by Aaron Wherry at Maclean's.

The summary of the main points can be found at the Liberal website.

Sussannah said...

Speaking of Ignatieff, have you seen this ad that popped up on Youtube last week?

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