Lawrence Martin writes about poor Peter Mackay in today's Globe&Mail and suggests he was placed there on purpose, so as to frustrate his leadership ambitions. He compares Mackay and Harper to Clark and Mulroney, but warns that Mackay's ability to bounce back is remarkable.
Aside from the near-mocking tone levelled at Mackay, which is somewhat fun, I think the column is most notable for the expression "the four Ks" on which the government is vulnerable. Kandahar, Kelowna, Kyoto and Kids. We'll see if it catches on.