Martin versus Ignatieff on policy
"Second of all, I don't make it a habit of commenting on any discussions that any Canadian ambassador would have with a foreign country. Fundamentally, foreign policy and overall policy is set by the prime minister, and I'll continue to do that."
“Good public policy is not a politics of propaganda and national self-delusion. It is an attempt to match our national self-image and our capabilities as a people. The present government is struggling to close the gap between pretending to be a good international citizen and failing to fund our foreign aid commitments; pretending to be a peacekeeper and failing to fund our defence establishment; pretending to be green and failing to fund our investment in environmental sustainability.” (Toronto Star, June 2, 2005)
Michael better be careful, we all know what happened to the last Liberal to diss PMPM.