Cosh's question for Paul Martin 
You know Martin wants to change the Charter by removing the Notwithstanding clause. Colby asks:
"Prime Minister, you are now concentrating all your energy on attacking a core provision of the Charter of Rights. Your Conservative opponent finds himself defending that Charter, root and branch, from a Liberal leader waving an X-acto knife. How the hell did it come to this? Even principled conservative critics of the Charter have generally admitted that they have an uphill battle against the popularity of the document. Isn't there a characteristic smell telling you right now that your head is stuffed somewhere it shouldn't be?"

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