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For the lack of an answer to a simple question...

...the Harper government is threatening to force the country into general election. Of course it is not just a simple question being posed by Martha Hall Findlay is above video. She is asking the bombastic Baird whether, or not the Harper government is going to participate in a parliamentary democracy or continue to act as presidential autocracy.

Findlay does a good of job of pushing Baird to admit that the government only wants to reveal stimulus spending at public photo opportunities where they can take full credit.



Cari said…
They are not about to tell anything. Greg Weston had a good one this morning, on how the money for getting people back to work is ending up in Tory Ridings. to bad the other media would not pick this up.

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