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Monday, March 28, 2011

Another Liberal talking point gets TRASHED

Oh, so Ignatieff is claiming that Harper tried to form a "coalition" back in 2004, is he? Let's hear the truth from their own mouths instead, shall we?

Let's turn our attention back to those heady days back in September of 2004, shall we? Then Prime Minister Paul Martin had struck the Gomery Commission, who's mandate was to look into allegations of corruption relating to the Liberal Party of Canada in Quebec. By September of 2004, explosive testimony had already been heard, and there was fear that Martin may seek to force an election before Justice John Gomery had a chance to complete and issue his first report. The Opposition Leaders discussed the situation, and decided together not to form a coalition, but to ensure that Prime Minister Paul Martin could not engage in any underhanded manoeuvres to force a new election prior to Gomery's Phase I report being tabled. The Opposition leaders, then being Harper, Layton and Duccepe, were simply ensuring that the Liberals could not sweep the AdScam scandal under the rug, and that the Canadian public would be able to see the full report before any election.

That's right... there was no coalition. Just an insurance policy to prevent Martin and the Liberals from sweeping their corruption under the rug.

But I guess we ought to thank Mr. Ignatieff for reminding us of about what was going down in the Liberal Party back in 2004... scandal, corruption, kick-backs, money in brown paper bags, and if I recall correctly, the Liberal Party of Canada handing the Canadian taxpayer a cheque for $1.14 MILLION DOLLARS... a fraction of the missing money that AdScam stole from us. Where did the rest of it go? We still don't know.

Any ideas on that Iggy? Oh, right, never mind... you weren't around back then.

(Side Note: Mr. Duccepe called Mr. Harper a liar this week... suppose he's going to apologize, now that his own statement has come to light? Yea, I don't think so either...)

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  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 04:50:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger Fay said…

    waiting for apologies from Duceppe and MSM

  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 04:56:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Michael Harkov said…

    Hahahah, nice job! :D

  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 05:09:00 p.m. EDT, Blogger John M Reynolds said…

    Crux has a CPAC video about that.

    It has been a while since I checked out the Blogging Tories and saw that Harper has 1876 days in office. I got curious, so I searched the Net. By the time the election rolls around, Prime Minister Stephen Harper will surpass R.B. Bennett as the 10 longest serving Prime Minister in Canada.

    John M Reynolds

  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 05:45:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Sandy Crux said…

    Thanks CC. I just added the YouTube on my latest post. Now, what we need is someone to put the entire CPAC video on YouTube. If you get it, let me know the code on my Contact Page. I had to shut down my comments for the duration of the election -- just don't need the hassles!

    By the way, feel free to copy my list of accomplishments to promote them.

  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 06:49:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Jen said…

    Lets go further, when sheila fraser came calling into investigating the chretien's sponsorship scandal; chretien, to stop her, quickly prorogued parliament then called for an election .

  • At Mon. Mar. 28, 07:52:00 p.m. EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    LOL! Clowns, everyone of them. I feel bad for Harper. It must be frustrating trying to keep these people from getting their chance to ruin our country.


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