In an ingenious new twist, Liberal Frenchman Stephane Dion has taken the surprise step of declaring that the Conservative Party’s new TV ads, released today, are… “Bush-like”.  Genius!  Nobody knows WHERE he came up with that verbiage. 

We do know “Bush-like” is in juxtaposition to them being “neo-con” ads, but that’s about all we know at this point in the Dion response to the Conservative Party TV Ads story which is pervasive in the Canadian liberals’ mainstream media. 

Meanwhile, oh yeah, also, by the by, a police arrest warrant has been issued today for one of the Liberals’ many Liberal-friendly media men, Jean LaFleur, who has now been charged with 35 counts of fraud in connection with the Liberal Party’s Adscam Sponsorship Political Corruption scandal, which is still under criminal investigation and probably will be for a long time to come. 

But LaFleur’s whereabouts are unknown.  Police officials have been in touch with Interpol to locate Lafleur, who hasn’t been see at his apartment since 2005.  It appears LaFleur has LaFlown the coup.  He’s “on-the-run-like”.