“The Great Abandoner” – Charles Adler on Michael Ignatieff and the End of the Coalition

When it comes to covering big-time political events, Winnipeg-based Charles Adler is every bit the equal to his talk radio peers in the US who command daily audiences in the millions (unfortunately, he’s not nearly as good on a day-to-day basis, but we take what we can get). Yesterday, he was at his best with this 12-minute monologue on Iggy, the Coalition, and the Conservative budget, titled “The Great Abandoner” (click on the arrow below to listen, and make sure you stick with it to the end – it gets better as it goes along). Tells you all you need to know about Michael Ignatieff, the new crown-prince-in-waiting of the Canadian media elite:

Read the text here at Fullcomment.com, and join the conversation!

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One response to ““The Great Abandoner” – Charles Adler on Michael Ignatieff and the End of the Coalition

  1. philanthropist

    Ignatieff doesn’t even like Canadians, he should go back to the United States or Britain.

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