Apparently, Wendy "Never Right Girl" Sullivan’s doppelganger works for Lawrence Cannon (emphasis gleefully added).
The office of a Conservative MP and cabinet minister has issued an apology to Algonquins in his western Quebec riding after his personal assistant allegedly made remarks that could be considered racist.
The comments allegedly made by Darlene Lannigan came at the launch of the re-election campaign of Lawrence Cannon, transport minister and Conservative Leader Stephen Harper's Quebec lieutenant.
"We would like to take this opportunity to apologize for any offence given," said the statement issued by Cannon's office.
"We also understand these comments were made in a difficult context. That is regrettable."
The Algonquins of Barriere Lake allege Lannigan, Cannon's riding office manager, told a member of their community, Norman Matchewan, that Cannon would meet with them "if you behave and are sober," and went on to make remarks about incest on the reserve, which is about 300 kilometres northwest of Ottawa.
Who knew that two entirely different people could be such astonishingly similar racist mouthbreathers?