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Nodding with the bobbleheads

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Winnipeg MP Steven Fletcher as portrayed by his bobblehead doll likeness.

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I'd like to nominate federal Industry Minister James Moore to receive one of MP Steven Fletcher's bobbleheads (Fletcher laughing his head off and Tory changes mind about hungry kids, Dec. 17). I know that I will never want a bobblehead, since the stories about these two ultra-Conservatives had me shaking my own head faster than any likeness of Fletcher.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that addressing the needs of hungry children must be part of the role of government. As far as wasting tax dollars go -- it seems that the bobblehead takes the cake.

Are these two bucking for Senate appointments?

PAT MALIS

Winnipeg

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 18, 2013 A8

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