Writing here on rabble.ca Michael Laxer makes an unconvincing case that NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and his party are wobbly on Harper's anti-terrorist legislation, Bill C-51.
Laxer quotes this writer in support of his flawed argument.
He tries to make the argument that because Mulcair says he would amend C-51, were his Party to take power, not scrap it, the NDP leader has backtracked from his principled opposition to the Bill.
The way laws are changed in this country is most often, in fact, through amendment. C-51, itself, is largely a series of amendments to other, existing legislation.