From today's Globe:
Former Liberal minister Liza Frulla, a supporter of Michael Ignatieff who has embraced the divisive concept, warned it would be disastrous for Canada and the Liberal Party in Quebec if leadership candidates attack the resolution.
"It's unthinkable for us to reject that because it's a given politically in Quebec. If other candidates are responsible. . . . I think they will not play this as an advantage for them or whatever because I think that would be disastrous not only for the Liberal Party, that would be disastrous for the whole unity of Canada."
It's the seperatists old "knife to the throat" policy, except this time wielded by a Lib Leadership candidate. And, to paraphrase Andrew Coyne's column of yesterday, if Iggy's people manage to thug out a victory on the convention floor, this same deal will then be offered to the nation as a whole.