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Hypocrite?

If Martin wants to wait for the Gomery report so that Canadians can discern who did the wrong doings then why did he fire Alfonso Gagliano immediately?

Isn't this hypocritical?

I mean, to Alfonso Gagliano's credit, he wasn't charged with anything, yet he was fired.

Shouldn't have Martin waited untill the Gomery report before he fired Gagliano?

Also, if Mr. Martin didn't know about the sponsorship scandal, why did he cancel it immediately after becoming Prime Minister?

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4/26/2005 12:34:00 PM

Logic? From a Liberal? If that happens I... Well, I don't know it's just so preposterous :D

Les
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