RESPONSE TO A COLUMN BY DAVID BERCUSON IN TORONTO'S GLOBE AND MAIL
Silly David Bercuson is at it again.
"Ignatieff needs to rein in Dosanjh and Rae to restore sense to his party’s defence policies."
Actually I think the Globe needs to rein in David Bercuson to restore sense to its op-ed page
Ignatieff will never be elected prime minister no matter what he does or doesn't do.
And Harper will never receive a majority.
So Canada remains stuck in a political twilight zone, and we receive only disingenuous advice from the neo-cons like David Bercuson.
The truth is that Harper has violated many traditional and fair-minded principles in our foreign policy, his absolutely outrageous comments about Israel being a prime example.
But we have no one else to turn to right now.
Ignatieff has a record as a man of no principles: support for the killing of a million people in Iraq, support for torture, opportunistic return home, opportunistic parachuting into riding, and opportunistic parachuting into the party leadership.
But that kind of record is just fine with the David Bercusons of this world.
Dosanjh and Rae, for all their faults, are two of the most intelligent, thoughtful, and well-informed national politicians we have.
Either of them beats Ignatieff in eloquence. Either beats Ignatieff in dedication to human rights.