Monday, May 05, 2014
It is one thing to savage a political opponent or beat up on a distinguished civil servant. But to accuse the nation’s highest judge of professional misconduct — for that is what was insinuated, if not quite alleged, an ethical breach serious enough to warrant her resignation — is so ill-considered, so destructive of both the court’s position and his own, that it leaves one wondering whether he is temperamentally suited to the job.Umm, no, he never has been.
And now even Charles Adler is jumping ship:
PM fighting with Auditor General, Chief Justice SCC & now #PTSD vets.
If Justin was doing this #CPC would say he's in #OverHisHead
— Charles Adler (@charlesadler) May 6, 2014
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Look really closely: The last name on the list is "Anyone".
By 8:25 p.m., at
Harper has lost Coyne? I think that happened a long time ago when Coyne endorsed Michael Ignatieff.
By 3:46 p.m., at