It would appear that Jane Taber is back from vacation. In her Monday "morning buzz" on the Globe and Mail website, she made reference to the "employment equity debacle". This is a curious stance to take considering that the Globe's own polling showed 80% of their readers supporting the government's position. How can it possibly be framed as a "debacle" when it has strong bipartisan support? Are you reporting it as a debacle, or are you trying to frame it as a debacle?
Forgive me for being suspicious, but it was only yesterday that I read an op-ed at the Globe and Mail (that did not list an author) that tried to argue that the "ridiculous attack" on the long form census proved that the Tories had nefarious intentions when they took an unrelated position on a policy that is in harmony with the Globe's readers.
Nice try Jane. The greater debacle as I see it is posted near the top right hand side of the Globe and Mail's politics page: "Jane Taber and The Globe's parliamentary bureau set the agenda"