Once again, when you hear Liberals such as Michael Ignatieff pondering deeply about "health care", try asking Iggy to respond to Liberal MP Keith Martin's views expressed in The biggest hindrance to better health care is our own illusions, (National Post, Apr.7, 2009). Try asking any Liberal to provide a written detailed response to Martin's reasonable proposals. St.Catharines Liberal MPP Jim Bradley just ignores what Martin has written.
This summer, tons of reporters happily sat with Iggy as his global-warming, planet-killing diesel bus polluted its way - for over 56,000 km! - across Canada: did ANY of these reporters actually get Count Iggula to define any "health care policy" of his own?! [for that matter, did ANY reporter ask Iggy about the environmental impact and the carbon footprint of Iggy's "Someone-else-causes-climate-change-but-not-me" bus tour?!!]
Ignatieff has no coherent health care policy... well, unless you count fear mongering and a smarmy adherence to the same-old statist-status-quo (like that of Dalton McGuinty).
C'mon Iggy - join in the debate regarding the federal government's role in health care. Instead of undermining Canada's provincial governments, pretending that the provinces don't have the responsibility for health care, say something new instead of your same old tired Liberal rhetoric - see also here, here, here, here.