A great man once said, "Politics is inherently stupid." That great man was me.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

The Observer is Out To Lunch

Rachel Cooke of the Observer is really reaching in a new article on Michael Ignatieff:


Michael Ignatieff – writer, thinker and star presenter of BBC2's The Late Show in the 90s – is back in Canada after nearly three decades, and is the man most likely to become the country's next prime minister...

It's time to take a quick look at the numbers:

Angus Reid has the Conservatives at 37% and the Liberals at 29%:

Canadians see Harper as better suited than Ignatieff to tackle the economy (33 per cent to 23 per cent), health care (23 to 16) and crime (38 to 12)...The poll found that 27 per cent of Canadians favoured Harper as prime minister, compared to 16 per cent for Ignatieff.
If Ignatieff is "the man most likely to become the country's next prime minister" than I'm Mickey Mouse.

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