Sunday, January 27, 2008
Has it occurred to anyone how bizarre a picture it forms when the communications director, lead spokesperson for the prime minister's office, is behind closed doors, hiding from the media and two elected members of parliament are sent out to issue prepared statements in English and French about that communications director?
This is making the Francois Ducros affair look positively tame. And, unlike Buckler's foot and mouth connectivity, Ducros had the advantage of accuracy. Her assessment of George W. Bush was spot on.