Why does one man's view of today's budget vote rate an entire Globe report? Tonight's report on the Newfoundland Liberal MPs who voted against the budget is largely centred around Tom Flanagan's reaction to the vote. Flanagan was Harper's former chief of staff and is "...now a political science professor at the University of Calgary." I bet there are plenty of political science professors out there with opposing views! Or perhaps even neutral or of some other substantive bent. But one man ranks head and shoulders above the rest! Get that man on speed dial!
Could the concerned Flanagan be trying to tamp down news of this little poll?