Wednesday, April 25, 2007

What would Dana Carvey say?

Well, if he was in character as the Church Lady he would probably say:

"Well isn't that conveeeeenient"


Steve Janke does it again as he looks at the timing and very convenient relationship between Michael Ignatieff, the second-in-command of the Liberal Party of Canada, and Amir Attaran.

You may know Amir from his recent 'very' media friendly statements on the Taliban prisoner story. His last press conference consisted of the very same mud the Liberals are now throwing at the government in an effort to find something, anything, to stick.

Nice timing.

A little tease from Janke's blog:

He brought his troubles to Mr. Ignatieff, who gave him office space and mentoring support until he could find another academic home. "Michael stuck up for me against some extremely nasty attacks," Prof. Attaran says.


Anonymous said...

Now, I know this wouldn't happen to you, but when you are an intellectual leader in your field of study worldwide, you tend to get to know others in that field. That is likely all this is.

When you have not excelled in any particular discipline or in the private sector...apparently you become prime minister.

Ardvark said...

Ah yes, the intellectuals are better than everyone else theory, spoken like another elitist liberal.