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Ex-Sun TV host says Stephen Harper’s “got a problem.” It could be his attitude.

Conservatives are getting fed up with Stephen Harper’s attitude. That’s what conservative radio host Charles Adler and ex-Sun TV host said Tuesday on his Winnipeg-area radio show, when he went after Harper for picking “fights with public institutions.” Think Elections Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada, and Canada’s veterans. “He’s fighting a lot … You start fighting […]

Conservatives are getting fed up with Stephen Harper’s attitude.

That’s what conservative radio host Charles Adler and ex-Sun TV host said Tuesday on his Winnipeg-area radio show, when he went after Harper for picking “fights with public institutions.” Think Elections Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada, and Canada’s veterans.

“He’s fighting a lot … You start fighting with Sheila Fraser, you got a problem. You start fighting with Bev McLachlin, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, you got a problem. And when you’re fighting with Canadian vets, Canadians who have served our country in a military uniform and have PTSD, when you’re fighting them — it makes some of us fightin’ mad.”

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