What else did you expect the first question in tonight's leadership debate to be about?
And look how they posed the question--to Stephen Harper first so that the other three can beat up on him, then the follow-up question on the matter of the free vote where he comes last, so that they can beat him up all over again and make him look defensive.
Crafty. Very crafty.
And it gives Martin another chance to blither on about his defence of the Charter, and for Layton to get teary-eyed about homosexual couples wearing their rings (with a little help from Svend Robinson, perhaps).
I wonder if the media's obsession with this issue might have to do with its significant homosexual contingent?