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Thanks to the CBC Digital Archives, we can trace Duffy’s obsession with becoming a high-paid and low-working politician. This dream was confirmed the other evening by a brave Don Martin from CTV. In Martin’s “Last Word” segment of Power Play, he lambasted the Duffster for his years of intense partisanship and unethical journalism. Among a series of one-liners and character jabs came one deafening blow.
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Thanks to the fine folks at Vancouver’s CKNW for hosting me on their show today. I had the opportunity to debate the eminent Ian Lee, professor at Carleton University.
Quite a bit has occurred since our last look at the Duff, but frankly it’s all the same trash.
Last week, as Senator Mike Duffy was chased by a CTV reporter, it was rather unsurprising he was unable to utter anything but a “stay tuned” when pressed if he will resign – as if Canadians have been doing anything else.
Yesterday the NDP motion to begin the process of Senate abolition was expectedly defeated by a count of 186-101. Don’t think that the New Democrats will forget that the Liberals and Conservatives voted against it.
Well it turns out that Tom Mulcair and the NDP have changed their mind.