Some recent items
The Globe and Mail provide a depressing poll : 23% of Canadians believe Grewal. (Sigh)
Update. Lesson: read the whole story before you post. The question was
Decima told respondents: “The Liberals say that Mr. Grewal approached them and asked for an appointment. Mr. Grewal says it was the other way around." Pollsters then asked the question: “Whom do you believe more?”One can believe that Liberals made the first approach without being moonbat looney.
Larry Zolf weighs in here: the tapes have seriously damaged the conservatives.
I admire loyalty, I really do. And mixed metaphors. Riding Offical Defends Grewal:
"And when you shine a light under a rock, I guess sometimes you get burned."Ibbitson discusses how we might have another confidence vote soon, but as an aside makes an important point about the Grewal episode:
There is, on its face, reasonable grounds for concern that someone might have altered the tapes to falsely incriminate Mr. Dosanjh, in particular. Such an act, if it occurred, is far more serious than anything revealed on the tape. Falsifying a tape recording, and then releasing it to the public in an effort to discredit an individual, could be an act of fraud, or obstruction of justice.