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Michael Ignatieff waves to his supporters after resigning as leader of the Liberal Party on May 3, 2011. (Mike Cassese/Reuters/Mike Cassese/Reuters)
Michael Ignatieff waves to his supporters after resigning as leader of the Liberal Party on May 3, 2011. (Mike Cassese/Reuters/Mike Cassese/Reuters)

Douglas Bell

Sage advice for the Liberal Party of Canada Add to ...

"The only thing Canadians like less than a loser is a sore loser and I go out of politics with my head held high. … I want to take my responsibility as a leader and as a politician. If I was unable to connect with people, then that is my responsibility."

- Michael Ignatieff

I don't mean to pile on, but would it have killed the guy to have told us this last night?

That said, might I suggest the following as sage advice from The West Wing for whatever's left of the Liberal Party of Canada. Watch right to the end; it's the last line that counts.

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