Thursday, April 13, 2006

Ignatieff channels Harper and Harris

“I’d like to be a politician, the public figure who promised little and delivered what he promised, to the degree I possibly can – not 25 priorities but three – and try to be someone at the end of this game about whom you could say, ‘Well, I don’t like that guy very much, but he did what he said.’”
--Michael Ignatieff, Macleans interview, April 10 issue

6 comments:

PGP said...

Don't you think that Ignatieff ...thinks just a little too much of himself?

indievoter said...

I don't get this guy Ignatieff. I'm just boggled.

john demerais said...

ignatief tried to say on mike duffy a few days ago that te liberal party had been punished enough . ha , i disagree . they still exist . i think when they no longer exist as a party then they will be close to being punished enough . i want to see more of them tried for stealing from me / i want to see the liberal party paying for dingwalls severance pay . until that happens , ignatief stuff it up your wannabee american asshole.

Anonymous said...

Iggy is your typical grit, arrogant, condescending, the kind you want to wipe the smug grin off with your boot. him and his evil twin bob rae. with candidates like him no wonder the grits wanted our rejects/floor crossers. pretty shallow brain pool to draw from....

bks said...

I want to see someone in the H of C say that they actually do have a cancelled cheque for 1.4 mil that the Libs (Brison especially) said they paid back.

MadMacs of Bytown said...

My December 3/05 post on another site-

"As I posted on another blog re November 28 interview-

"CTV's Mike Duffy Live ran all afternoon interviewing any member breathing.His brief interview with Michael Ignatieff, who was not on-site, left the usually unflappable Duff in a state of, pardon the expression, "shock and awe".

Look out Liberal leader wannabes!

This new icon to the Canadian political scene has nothing to learn from the Liberals as he would fit in quite nicely. In this brief interview, he did not clarify anything re his "nomination" kerfuffle with the local riding association as well as the indignation of the Ukrainian community re his apparent slurs in his writings.He loves,loves,loves them! IMHO, MI is pompous, arrogant, and gives the impression he is the best gift Canadian politics could receive.

Nuff said.""