(Adds Harper remarks, changes dateline, previous WINDSOR) By Randall Palmer NORTH BAY, Ontario, June 17 (Reuters) - Conservative leader Stephen Harper slammed as irresponsible a Liberal government pledge, made during the election campaign, to help the auto industry, but said he would honor the commitment if his party forms the next government. "They don't have the moral authority to sign big contracts with a lot of taxpayers' money just before an election that they're going to lose," ...
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