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What Michael Ignatieff would do if he were prime minister


 

Or, rather, what he would have done if he’d been prime minister on Sept. 1, 2006.

This ran in the magazine two years ago (and was forgotten when compiling the previous collection of archival footage).


 
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What Michael Ignatieff would do if he were prime minister

  1. That is not a blog so much as a link.

  2. “Mr. Ignatieff, if you were prime minister now, what would you have done about the economy and this crisis that Mr. Harper has not done?”

  3. “Mr. Ignatieff, if you were prime minister now, what would you have done about the economy and this crisis that Mr. Harper has not done?”

    1. Consult the best and brightest in Canada to gain insight into alternatives.

    2. Consult other parties to build cooperation.

    3. Abandon any ideological predispositions then build a viable plan.

    4. Share the plan with opponents to seek common ground on methods and achievable goals.

    5. Introduce, gain approval for, and carry out the plan.

    6. Crediting all parties for abandoning self-interest and placing the good of all Canadians before party.

  4. archangel, that’s a nice puff piece on your man Iggy (your items 3 through 6 are especially improbably cutesy), but I guess you missed the joke about the text I put in quotes. Think Halifax. ATV. Campaign interview. And something about Mike Duffy being allegedly despicable.

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