There's not much more I can add to the chorus of bloggers who have been commenting about Garth Turner's suspension from the Conservative caucus, except to make two quick observations:
1. I thought this should have happened much sooner than now.
2. Better that the suspension come at the hands of his fellow caucus members than the prime minister. It's a decision of his colleagues, who've worked with him and had to worry about what confidences he might break to make a headline, instead of one man imposing rigid party discipline from the top.