Monday, April 18, 2011

While Michael Ignatieff was telling Canadians that he was going to take the high road...

the Liberal Party of Canada, with full knowledge of Michael Ignatieff, was planning their attack ad campaign.

"... a senior Liberal official said the party strategy dating back six months ago was to launch these attack ads at this particular phase in the campaign – “whether we were 10 points up or 10 points down,”


Ignatieff, like every other Liberal leader after Chretien, made a promise that the Liberals would not go negative and then he broke that promise, but more importantly Ignatieff was making that promise to Canadians AFTER the attack ad strategy was planned.

What the hell does that say about the character of Michael Ignatieff.

 BTW the Liberals have been completely busted on a quote by the PM in their health care scare ad. And by completely busted I mean Kady busted. - "Seriously, LPC, just apologize, edit the ad and move on. There is no earthly defence for allowing a misattribution to stand"

Further update: The geniuses at the Liberal Party have decided to release the link to where they got the quote from, but in doing so show that they KNEW it was a lie.  (BTW the LPC used this quote and attributed it to the real author back in 2004, but today claim that they didn't know the truth)

I spoke too soon. The LPC have attempted to scrub the internet of their link to the page that released the link showing that they were lying.

Trying to keep up with the Liberal lies and attempts at cover-up are starting to confuse me.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Iffy is an actor=imposter=liar, has he ever told the truth? Flip flopping on everything so as to create chaos and confusion, time for him to go back to Harvard! Poor students!

Anonymous said...

Hope the count keeps campaigning with the crooks and tax evaders. Lets Canadians refresh their memories on what a Liberal Govt. looked like back then. Iggy talks about hope and fear? Looking at them is "FEAR". Time for Canadians to "RISE UP" and rid ourselves of Liberal infestation.

Jen said...

Ignatieff wants to build a legacy for himself. Chretien and Paul Martin did-ADSCAM. Which they are proud of doing as you can see Paul Martin are still getting a 'free' ride from the reporters.

Here is a secret. As long as we have the same media and reporters protecting the liberals, Canada will never move forward.
Under PMHARPER we did, but that freedom and respect we got from around the world will stop/end, the moment the conservatives are brought down.
All that high TSX, countless of businesses pouring into our country will so down drastically or never to return to canada.
No business want to work under the likes of marxism, socialism, and with the most corrupt liberal party in canadian history.
In fact, some people will remove their savings out of canada before or slightly after the three socialist parties take over government.

So, whatever Ignatieff does or says is nothing as far as the msm goes.

Anonymous said...

Why won't kady come out and bust them on their rally plant setups? I mean it's good to see the press finally turn now that it's clear what the outcome is going to be but come on. Open up full barrels.

Anonymous said...

Jen is right. My bank has advised that if there's a liberal government our retirement account could drop back to the level it was at the bottom of the crash. It finally just got back to the pre-2008 level so I am very nervous. Downside to locking into Canadian investments is it makes it hard to move to a safer investment market if everything goes in the toilet.

wilson said...

Kady busted...?????
what was the tweet AA, can't link

Ardvark said...

Sorry Wilson. I am not sure why twitter links don't work for some.

Will copy and paste it.

wilson said...

thanks AA, I don't have a twitter account, maybe that is why...

Blazing Cat Fur said...

I think you'll like this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiczBKTQclI

Anonymous said...

i hoestly dislike him

maryT said...

Didn't iggy say that you had to be a good actor to be a politician, and pretend to support something you really dont.