from Ignatieff's interview with the Hill Times:
What is your strategy for avoiding a defeat by an 'anybody-but-Ignatieff' movement on the convention floor in December?
"Well I'm flattered that someone thinks there's an anybody-but-Ignatieff move afoot. I don't see one. I see all the candidates competing to win. I'm competing to win. In terms of strategy, it's very simple. I get up in the morning and I phone delegates all day long, one by one. And then I go across the country, as I've done in nine provinces in the last eight days, and I talk to delegates in small rooms.
Hmm, are they...small, windowless rooms? Furnished with a single chair and lit by bare light bulbs?
Ok, cheap shot, but it was honestly the first thing that came to mind when I read his curious usage of the word 'small'.