Thursday, March 31, 2011

This week's rundown of cheap shots


Harper now says ‘no’ to one-on-one debate with Ignatieff
From the National Post. It sounds a bit better than:

Harper ‘backing out’ of one-on-one debate, Ignatieff says
from the Toronto Star. In sadder news, the Globe and Mail points out that:

PM makes his regrets official on royal wedding
Rumour has it that somebody told Harper that the ceremony might degrade into a one-on-one debate and he didn't want to take the chance. On that topic, the Globe continues with:

Canada won’t put boots on the ground in Libya, Harper says
Why not? Did they invite us to a series of one-on-one debates? We can't get Harper's opinion on that because, as the Star tells us:

Harper taking only five questions per day from media
Five questions full stop, not debatable. At least the Post sees where the sun sets and suggests that:

In the West, the debate is Layton versus Harper
Until recently, at least. It possible that the east is looking a lot more accessible since at least they're avoiding the D word as not to offend somebody's delicate sensitivities.

March 31, 2011

2 comments:

Steve Ballmer said...

lol

Mark R. Hasan said...

Slight correction, Herr Baker:

Stevie Harper only accepts 4 questions per day from the media, who are corralled behind a yellow metal fence. To 'ask' questions, they must shout.

I understand Steve's wife shared rich cupcakes with the media later on in the plane, but they still have a limit on how many questions to shout like G20 protesters behind a Bill Blair fence.

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