More bad advice in the Liberal Party

The new, but old chief advisor to the Liberal party, Peter Donolo has this advice for the freefalling Liberals:

Donolo believes his task is "not so much to package (Ignatieff) as to unpackage him," allow him to be himself and to build on his strength as a thoughtful, insightful deep thinker – the very qualities that initially excited Liberals and evoked comparisons to Trudeau. [Emphasis added]

So does this mean we’ll get to hear more advice from Ignatieff on how torture is sometimes necessary (which makes him a perfect hypocrite to criticize Harper for potentially knowingly allowing torture) or how the USA is a great “empire lite.”

Yep. That’s the kind of person that will sell the Liberals to Canadians.

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  1. This is funny. The canadian people (liberals included) do not like Iggy. Period. A rose by any other name is still a rose.

    And contrary to Donolo’s thinking, a rose with brighter petals and pricklier thorns isn’t going to make the cut either.

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