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Saturday, May 29, 2004
We needed more proof that Joe Clark has no principles?
No, but in case you did check out Greg Weston. Apparently the Libs and Tories conspired in the 2000 campaign to get Joe Clark and Anne McLellan elected. Not too surprising, but that doesn't make it any less wrong.
Posted by Adam Daifallah on May 29, 2004 | Permalink
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Unfortunately, the article was rather short on proof. Not that I don't believe it, but those bones need some meat on them for this thing to get some traction with the public.
Posted by: Sean | 2004-05-29 10:18:26 PM
Talk about short on principles. I'd say that unsubstantiated accusations of rigging a federal election show a lack of principles. It's one thing to call Clark a closet liberal but quite another to accuse him of committing a federal crime. I of course don't expect any of you to see that but this is going to bite Harper in the ass real hard.
Posted by: Robert McClelland | 2004-05-30 12:34:44 PM
In four weeks time, Robert, the ballot I am handed will include Ms. McLellan's name on it, and the one you are handed won't. Ergo, your opinion on this matter is essentially irrelevant. Buh-bye now.
Posted by: Tony | 2004-05-30 5:49:33 PM
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