As if shagging up the costs of the plan wasn't bad enough.
As if the constantly changing the Party position on custodial management wasn't embarrassing.
Someone in the Connie bunker finally checked some facts on Canada's overseas spy agency.
The comment buried in a news release issued a week ago talked about "expanding" something called the Canadian Foreign Intelligence Agency.
The Bond Papers picked it up, reported it and a week later Canadian Press had more details:
There currently is no overseas spy agency to "expand".
Today's Conservative Plan refers to "creating" an overseas spy agency.
To paraphrase Bob Fife: if you don't know that Canada doesn't have an overseas spy agency when you make an announcement about expanding it, then that raises questions about your fitness to govern.