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Twitter fight.

Jason Kenney and Ujjal Dosanjh get into it on Twitter, where Minister Kenney, the supposed leading candidate to be the next Conservative Party leader, shows that even after 3 years in power, he still wants to blame the last government for something his government can do something to fix right now, if they chose to. So far though, they have not, or only have done so if the Canadian courts have forced them into doing so.

(By the way, I’m like Warren, I’d love for Kenney to become the leader of the Conservative Party. He’d be great – for everyone else but his own party.)

Comparing apples to oranges

A brief thought today on the debate in the US over what reforms their health care system should have:

While I think it’s great that CNN (and Rick Sanchez) are giving Canadian politicians like Ujjal Dosanjh face time on their network and a chance to refute Republican and conservative fear-mongering over the Canadian health care system that have popped up of late, no one seems to have mentioned or seems to realize that the health care reform and system that Obama is proposing – even with a “public option” included in it – is not even close to resembling the Canadian system

So, the next time a Canadian representative like […]

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