November 5, 2012

Obama vs. Romney: Who Is Harper Rooting For?

Pierre Martin, Toronto Star

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The U.S. presidential election is just around the corner and it remains a nail-biter. Many of us north of the border will spend a good part of Tuesday night cheering for our favourite candidate and wishing we could cast a vote. The Canadian who will be watching most attentively is Stephen Harper. The prime minister is smart enough not to give any hint of his preference in public, but who will he be rooting for?

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