The Conservative’s are launching another attack at Michael Ignatieff, this time using a website to claim the Liberal leader wants an election at all costs.
The site, www.ignatieffselection.com, is being used for both offence and defence.
While the main part of the site is being used to pin the blame for any election that may come on Ignatieff and the Liberals, the site also attempts to play defence on questions surrounding political brands on Parliamentary materials.
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney has been under fire from opposition parties for handing out a certificate to a restaurant that has both the House of Commons and Conservative Party logos on them. The new website points out that Ignatieff himself has sent out taxpayer funded mail-outs sporting Liberal logos and his Parliamentary office as the return address.
The site was also used to announce that Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro has lodged an official complaint with the ethics commissioner over Liberal MP Shawn Murphy using his MPs office to sell party memberships and promote a Liberal nomination meeting.