Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Great line of the day

From Liberal finance critic Scott Brison, remarking on the Auditor-General report:
"A Liberal government will restore evidence-based decision-making and replace Harper's decision-based evidence-making," Brison said."
Decision-based evidence-making. Yes, that's exactly what the Harper Cons have been doing.
Also, I have to say I was amused by the auditor general recommending that the government "assess a tax measure's relevance and appropriateness" -- for the Harper Cons, the only relevance for each of their picayune tax credits is whether an ad agency can create an Economic Action Plan TV ad for it.

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