From “B.C. Case May Change Politics Forever,” an editorial by Stephen Harper published in The Toronto Sun on April 8, 2000:
It seems like a thousand years ago that I went to Ottawa to assist Deborah Grey, Reform’s first and then only MP.
No sooner had Deborah and I arrived in Ottawa than I became aware of three political lies circulating on Parliament Hill. The first was that Deborah was homosexual. The second was that I was homosexual. And the third was that we were sleeping together!
Wait, it gets even better:
Anyone who gets involved in the process will quickly come to realize that lying and politics go together like scandalous dresses and Oscar night.
Scandalous dresses? Oscar night? I mean, what the fuck? Did Harper just out himself?
And, uhh, can somebody elaborate on these rumours?