Harper's NDP worries
Stephen Harper, for the first time this campaign, went straight after the NDP.
Throughout his speech, Harper talked about the "Ottawa NDP," and said they were out of touch with B.C.
Of course, in politics, you tailor your message to the place you're in. And the Conservatives are clearly worried the NDP really do have a fighting chance in the lower mainland — a better chance than the Liberals, and possibly, better than the Conservatives, too.
And so, there's the attack.
— James Cudmore
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