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David J. Climenhaga | High on the Harper government's bill of indictment against Michael Ignatieff was that he had advocated a carbon tax when he ran for the leadership of the federal Liberal Party.
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Linda Leon | "Ryan Leef? He's just too scary."
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Linda Leon | I don't hate you Ryan. But I don't think you have the skill, wisdom or strength of character to be a good leader. This is my last letter to you.
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Screenshot of Wildrose Party Ad
David J. Climenhaga | The reality that really matters now is that when it comes to ideology and likely policy, it's Tory Jim Prentice and Wildroser Danielle Smith who are as alike as peas in a pod.
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David J. Climenhaga | Bet on it there's more to Alberta docs' deal than meets the eye; Redford Government education cuts start to bite; Tory attack ad looks cheesy after Liver Foundation defends Justin Trudeau.
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Change the channel on attack ads
rabbleTV | The Green Party of Canada is sending a message to the other political parties: Canadians are sick and tired of attack ads. We're sending the message by attacking attack ads!
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Lalo Espejo | This week on Not Rex, Lalo Espejo looks at Stephen Harper's recycled attack ads and wonders, "Is that all you've got?"
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Rick Salutin | Why did he claim he was an American, repeatedly? Not answering implies there is something to hide, and leaves everyone free to speculate what the motive might have been.
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Duncan Cameron | Michael Ignatieff has responded to the Conservative attack ads now airing on television across Canada.