Thursday, April 28, 2011

Noisy differences, quiet agreements with Harper

JEFFREY SIMPSON | Columnist profile | E-mail
From Wednesday's Globe and Mail
In this campaign, amid all the venomous attack ads and excessive rhetoric, you can hear the silence of agreement.
Most of the agreeing is on Stephen Harper’s terms. Assumptions he’s made, and policies he’s put in place, are accepted by one or more of the other parties. And they have come more to him than he to them.

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