Sunday, October 29, 2006
Call our bluff if you dare "Dire consequences"
If The Independent is off Danny Williams’ Christmas-card list, The Globe and Mail must be mud beneath his feet. The paper’s dirt to me, but then I still read Canada’s “national newspaper” every day, for no other reason than to know the mind of the mortal enemy. It’s not so much that The Globe is a rag; it certainly comes across as a cut above the rest (Rex Murphy isn’t hard to look at either, from this angle, and when the light is right), but The Globe is no friend to Newfoundland and Labrador.
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