A debate now under way in the House of Commons, as we speak, is absolutely fascinating for what it reveals of the depth of animosity between Liberals and Conservatives on issues of tolerance/morality and the fight for the votes of the so-called cultural communities.
It all revolves around the recent wave of Conservative flyers, alleging connections between Liberals and anti-Semitism. But the argument goes farther back, to what both sides see as over-the-top attacks on each other, dating back almost a decade, even longer. Immigration Minister Jason Kenney produced a long list of old grievances against Liberal rhetoric; the Liberals had their own history to recount.
I'll post the link tomorrow, when it's part of the official House of Commons record, but for anyone wanting to understand the depth and history of Liberal-Conservative antagonism on this front, today's debate is required reading/viewing.