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Have These Harpercons Not Learned Their Roboscam Lessons?

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Oh what have those dastardly LIbruls done now?

The Liberals are expected to complain in the House of Commons Monday that voters in the suburban Toronto riding of Etobicoke Centre received calls accusing Liberal Borys Wrzesnewskyj of plotting to “overthrow” the vote there, and saying voters will have their votes “taken away” . . . → Read More: Have These Harpercons Not Learned Their Roboscam Lessons?

Manning Centre’s inclusive policies: Stephen Maher thrown out of conference. Replies, “kiss my ass”.

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This is disgusting. Stephen Maher, along with Glen McGregor, is doing a yeoman’s job of reporting the beginnings of the Robocalls scandal. For his honest work, which incidentally appears in the right-wing National Post, the Manning Centre has booted him from their conference. Must not have any reporting that might not dress up the . . . → Read More: Manning Centre’s inclusive policies: Stephen Maher thrown out of conference. Replies, “kiss my ass”.

Word to Peggy Wente And Comic Relief: A Cheesy Cartoon And Latest From Montreal Icons, Bowser and Blue

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Keep thinking you live in a democracy, dear.

What’s happened to my country? I went away for a couple of weeks and all hell broke loose. I came back to find that someone named Poutine stole the last election. At first I thought this was a typo, that they meant Putin.

Go . . . → Read More: Word to Peggy Wente And Comic Relief: A Cheesy Cartoon And Latest From Montreal Icons, Bowser and Blue

Globe & Mail dips its toes into Robogate

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Globe & Mail editorial office

The Globe & Mail, that dusty old Miss Havisham of a newspaper, has been notably silent on the Robogate scandal, dancing around it like a wounded Dervish. It has yielded the floor to another Conservative publication, the National Post of all papers, to take the ball and . . . → Read More: Globe & Mail dips its toes into Robogate

Video: Stephen Harper caught sneaking out the back way

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This is a short video, a little bit silly but still absolutely on the mark. From the folks at Leadnow.ca.

Pls sign this petition & share: Election Fraud

33,900+ messages sent in first 24 hours Send quick online automatic robo-letter protesting Harper’s robo-calls.

H/T: Nadine Lumley

X-posted at Let Freedom Rain.

Helena Guergis lesson to Michael Sona: you can’t fight ‘em once they’ve thrown you under the bus

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"Holy shit Helena, what do I do now?" "Shut up and eat it."

You have to feel for Michael Sona. We don’t know if he’s guilty or not, much in the same way we still don’t really know the facts about Helena Guergis’ fall from Conservative grace. Stephen Harper gave the axe . . . → Read More: Helena Guergis lesson to Michael Sona: you can’t fight ‘em once they’ve thrown you under the bus

L. Ian MacDonald quacks: “Even if there were robocalls, Stephen Harper won fair and square”

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Old MacDonald had a wank

I, L. Jymn Parrett, almost spit a mouthful of Cazadores over my PC reading that headline from Postmedia. The lede is just as good: “Dirty tricks are nothing new in politics. Sometimes they’re even part of the fun.”

I realize that modern journalism is like reading a cereal . . . → Read More: L. Ian MacDonald quacks: “Even if there were robocalls, Stephen Harper won fair and square”

Why Did Bob Rae Apologize?

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Indeed! Why the hell did you, Mr. Rae?  So it was a Liberal staffer behind the Twitter moniker of vikileaks.  So? Glad someone was fighting back. Also, once again, with feeling, boys ‘n’ girls, @vikileaks didn’t use documents that weren’t already public record. In fact, anyone who would bother to look, . . . → Read More: Why Did Bob Rae Apologize?

The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!

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Funny how fast Canadian Conservative writers and operatives can turn on the ethics charm offensive as they quickly close their bag of dirty tricks and begin concern trolling for truth and transparency when it looks good for them. Stephen Taylor and Tim Powers, Conservative writers both, have shown sudden concern about the ethics . . . → Read More: The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!