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Play Stephen Harper’s Blame a Bureaucrat Game!

Think you’re an expert on the growing list of public servants who’ve been attacked, punished, muzzled or fired by the Harper government? Oh sure, you likely know all about Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Beverley McLachlin being targeted by Stephen Harper’s attack machine, but how many more can YOU name? Play Harper’s blame game now:

Think you’re an expert on the growing list of public servants who’ve been attacked, punished, muzzled or fired by the Harper government?

Oh sure, you likely know all about Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Beverley McLachlin being targeted by Stephen Harper’s attack machine, but how many more can YOU name?

Play Harper’s blame game now:

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