"Honesty is the best policy," writes Preston Manning today, in part regaling us on Stephen Harper's lack of hypocrisy on human rights in China and the supposed hypocrisy of former governments.
Too bad Manning seems to have missed all this then. It was quite recent. Or maybe he did see it and he's characterizing it as the "nudge, nudge, wink, wink" Liberal stuff he refers to. Except if you read Chretien's speech, it's not nudgey-winky in the slightest. Rewriting history are these Conservatives.
Honesty is indeed the best policy, on that much, I'd agree.