What’s scariest to this writer is the simple truth that this isn’t really about a $90,000 bribe. It’s about billions of dollars and our economy and our very country. It’s about how a man runs his government; a man Canadians gave a majority to.
Mike Duffy has been a pawn in Mr. Harper’s game of chess since the day he was chosen. Do Canadians believe that Mr. Harper had no say in the choice of Duffy, or Pamela Wallin, or even Patrick Brazeau for their appointments?
Mike Duffy wouldn’t be the first person in government to avail themselves of as much pie as they could handle while at the trough. Mr. Harper’s party certainly put him to work on the fund raising circuit and by all accounts Mr. Duffy was a team player and worked hard while in the Senate.
People have to remember that when the fox writes the rules we hens should all be extra cautious. When a firm like Deloitte points to “vagueness” in the rules as they did in 2013 that’s not by accident.
When you change the rules to suit you while in a crisis that should be a red flag.
Partisan politics are not productive at the end of the day and the Senate is if anything a retirement home for those that served the Partisan political system best.
At the very best the trial of Mike Duffy which will eat up a lot of digital ink might shine a light on practices that would give a reasonable person a head shrug. Most likely it will be a salacious journey into the inner corruption and workings of government at the top of the food chain.
Does anyone really believe that Stephen Harper wasn’t aware of what Nigel Wright was doing or in fact the consulting and advising the entire way? Honestly? I know in my own opinion I have my doubts as I’m sure many Canadians do.
Mike Duffy after won’t be the first Conservative that Mr. Harper has thrown under the bus and he probably won’t be the last.
In the background Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau will be eagerly watching and studying for each story point that they can use in the upcoming election.
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