It must be very frightening to be Michael Ignatieff these days, knowing that he has a stalker.
A man who hates him so much, simply because he heads up the Liberal Party of Canada.
Susan Delacourt calls it 'Harper's Liberal Fixation'. I mean the man is relentless and I think his obsession is clouding his judgement.
And at a time when he's trying to convince Canadians that he doesn't want an election because he's worried about the economy, then spends every waking minute wondering how he can destroy the Liberal Party. I think it may frighten some people.
And he's completely out of control, breaking rules right and left, including the use of his office in political ads and stealing footage from the CBC.
He might want to tone it down a bit.
I remember during the 2005-06 campaign, a reporter asked Paul Martin how often he thought about strategy, to which Martin replied "rarely". The same question was posed to Stephen Harper, who answered "24/7". And he hasn't changed.
As mentioned in Delacourt's article, he's governing like he's in opposition, shooting down every good idea presented, and answering criticism with something like "I know I am, but what are you?"
It's like watching Monty Python.