So let's see if I have this right...
The ad contains quotes which are KNOWN to be falsely attributed, but it's okay because all of his unquoted quotes point to what they are saying?
A spokesman for leader Michael Ignatieff said Monday that Conservative Leader Harper has a lifetime of comments that show his opposition to universal public health care in Canada.
"The Liberal ad is entirely consistent with Stephen Harper’s long-held negative opinion of the Canada Health Act," Marc Roy wrote in an email. "It references past statements made by Stephen Harper. These statements are on the public record and have been sourced multiple times — they are not made up."
There's a simple solution... USE the quotes that are actually sourced to him and drop the ones that are false or misleading.