Oh, remember the good old days when majority governments came and went and people didn't pretend they were ideologically superior? Well, it didn't take long for the pants to drop this time:
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau says he is upset and offended by a Tory MP who publicly questioned his adherence to the Catholic faith and his suitability to speak to students at a Catholic school. Dean Del Mastro, the parliamentary secretary to the Prime Minister, said on Facebook last month that it was “outrageous” the Catholic school board in Peterborough, Ont. had invited Trudeau to speak for a second time in three years. “If they are looking for a truly great speaker, who also happens to be Catholic, perhaps they might invite [Immigration] Minister Jason Kenney,” Mr. Del Mastro wrote on Oct. 12. “Are there any tenets of the Catholic faith that Justin supports?”
Sure, it helps that it comes from one of the Tories who are not the three to five that matter but welcome to the era of the new tedious empty arrogant superiority. I recall in an election debate Mulroney digging at Broadbent saying that the NDP didn't have a corner on the market for morality. Seems like certain Tories foolishly think they do.