It's always something, isn't it? In 2005 the Con's failed to disclose 1.7 million in delegate fees. This year, we have this.
We'll have to wait to see if the allegations are true of course, but at this moment in time, it doesn't look good. Especially when you see them back pedalling.
Wasn't there another story a little while back that suggested that the party was pressuring it's senior staffers to pay $1000.00 each to the party? Whatever happened with that?
And of course we now have this nasty piece of business. It's pretty clear that the con's believe they can flout convention, procedure and perhaps even the law. The attitude of Dick Harris is pretty galling, but sadly not shocking.
Canadians may not have been paying attention to politics this summer, but if the con's think this stuff is going to go away, they are mistaken.
They continue to attempt to resuscitate AdScam as the issue of the day, which is hilarious since only 2% of the country still cares. Not such a good strategy imo, when you're involved in a contemporary scandal.
These guys are about as devious as it gets and it's catching up to them.