Today, not so much.
News that Rahim Jaffer was arrested broke Sept 16, 2009.
Michael Ignatieff had this to say Sept 17, 2010.
"This is an unfortunate matter," said Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff. "This is a man who held public trust and it's before the courts and I have no further comment to make about it."
Another story (also Sept 17, 2010) adds this interesting bit of trivia.
An adviser in Ignatieff's office said he has instructed his MPs not to discuss or attempt to make a political issue out of the matter.
Don't make this a political issue the OLO says.
April 18, 2010. (Highlighting mine if that isn't already obvious).
"the key issue here is the prime minister's judgment."
After Jaffer's arrest in September, Ignatieff wondered about Harper's response. "Did he call in Helena Guergis? Did he say, 'what's going on here?' What is the nature of Mr. Jaffer's business relationships? How could he possibly be accused of cocaine possession? Is there any connection to you in any way?'""Seven months ago he should have been asking those questions," Ignatieff added. "We don't know whether he did. This thing has gone on for seven months with increasing questions about his judgment, his handling of the whole affair."
Well, I don't want to make false accusations, but you don't get cocaine at a corner drugstore, right. You have to get it from somewhere, from someone, and usually that means organized crime."
Then don't make false allegations you disingenuous "genius" and if you "wondered" about all of this back in September, why the hell didn't you bring it up then? Stop playing games.
Inspiration and ht BLY