The cover article on the latest issue of Maclean’s magazine, titled "How Bush Became the New Saddam,” is stirring up controversy south of the border.
Bush is depicted on the cover dressed as Saddam Hussein, complete with a moustache, beret and military attire. Freelance journalist Patrick Graham, who wrote the story, discussed the controversy on CTV’s Question Period. To watch the clip click here.
In the U.S., bloggers on the left and right have been hotly debating the merits of the comparison. Suneel Khanna, communications director for Maclean’s, told ABC News that the magazine has not received any complaints from its 10,000 American subscribers.