Here's the dilemma. You are Liberal leader Mike Ignatieff, your attempt to try and think up something new at Thinkapalooza was a bomb, you have a very shallow talent pool on your bench; and you are desperate to present good policy initiatives as your own ideas at the many town hall meetings you are skipping sitting days of Parliament to attend. Don't worry, I plan to delve into Liberal attendance records in the 3rd session of the 40th Parliament tomorrow (the Libs have 13 of the 16 most truant MPs, with Iggy at the top of that list c/o wilson).
Right now I am more interested in Ignatieff's latest big idea, providing high speed internet to rural Canadians. Did he think up this bold idea for himself, or did he simply open up the Economic Action Plan? You can decide for yourself. I can even empathize with the people I despise; I mean where else is he going to go for ideas? Ujjal Dosangh hasn't had anything bright to say since he demanded the resignation of Glen Clark (whom he promptly and quietly replaced as Premier). Anyway Mike, if you are looking for some more good ideas, I can direct you to a great website.