In the last while, I've gathered from Michael Ignatieff that he intends to continue with stimulous spending, opposes tax increaes, and intends to pay off the debt, all at the same time. Now he has suggested that he intends to spend the money more wisely than the conservatives to ensure that any money spent be an investment in Canada. If so, then that might be a possibility, but that woudl suggest restructuring spending priorities, yet he's given no hint as to the details if that is indeed the case and not just rhetoric. Otherwise, the only possibility I could see left would be for him to inflate our way to employment and debt reduction without raising taxes.
It would seem that now the ball is in Iggy's court to explain in detail how he intends to continue with stimulous spending, not raise taxes, and pay off the debt, unless inflation is in his plans.