22 September 2008

And behold... a star...

The only thing missing from the Globe's fawning article... are the three wise men.

There is but a single mention of a fly in the fiberal ointment...

A weak spot, however, is Liberal assumptions about how much extra cash there will be in federal coffers for pay for their plan over the next four years.

The party is basing their expectations of growth in government revenue on seven-month-old estimates in the Harper government's February budget.
Sure, Steffi... don't trust the scary, hidden Conservatives.

Except when you're constructing your own election-driven policy plank.

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9 comments:

Rose said...

I felt the earth move, the heavens opened up and I saw the devil. The Globe doesn't attempt to be unbiased, it's pro leftard with gusto.

langmann said...

The party is basing their expectations of growth in government revenue on seven-month-old estimates in the Harper government's February budget.

Canada's economic growth projections have eroded since then, but the Liberals say they're sticking with these projections because the Harper government outlook for revenue remains the same for the current year.


So basically since the growth projections are wrong, they're lying to us. Just because the Conservatives haven't upgraded the projections doesn't excuse a lie.

Fife (for some reason, must have shaken his Liberal mind-programming) said it best when he said on CTV "Liberals have some explaining to do."

I'll say.

Neo Conservative said...

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well... put yourself in dion's shoes... it's not like there's ANYTHING he can say that will hurt his numbers.

he's basically goin' for the "hail mary"

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Sammy said...

For full analysis of the 'plan' take a read of Kelly McParland at Nat.Post..'the Green plan that consumed the world' Pretty good stuff!
BTW,I just watched interview with Amanda Lang (the Business gal) on ctv.She said,that the problem she had with the Plan,is the 400 Million to modernize immigration.."it sounds like another gun registry" Great..just what we need!

Neo Conservative said...

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"sammy says... it sounds like another gun registry"

ooooh, thanks sammy... blood... pressure... spiking...

there's 2 billion dollars we'll... (we, the friggin' taxpayer)... never see again.

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Anonymous said...

there's 2 billion dollars we'll... (we, the friggin' taxpayer)... never see again.


On that note, I think it was Jean Brault (?) who indicated that the Quebec ad agencies had received contracts regarding the gun registry. That set alarm bells ringing with me, I wonder who got how much?
I will try to find the reference.
DWT

Anonymous said...

The Liberals would have spare cash in their pockets - our cash.

Just like the last time, that's the only thing we know for sure if the old boys club of the Liberal Party get access to our money again.

A government that blows sunshine up your butt while they rob you - a Liberal procedure - does nothing for the future of Canada.

Anonymous said...

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/1039006546566_223/?hub=TopStories

Cabinet ministers slammed for gun program costs
Updated Thu. Dec. 5 2002 9:13 AM ET

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Meanwhile, Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe asked Public Works Minister Ralph Goodale during question period why Montreal ad agency Groupaction was given $16 million to advertise the gun registry.

Groupaction's contracts with Ottawa were suspended earlier this year amid allegations that Ottawa was favouring Liberal-friendly ad agencies with contracts to promote the federal government in Quebec.

Goodale told the House he would provide more details about the gun registry contract.
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Umm, we're still waiting Ralph.....

DWT

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon says... received contracts regarding the gun registry"

contracts for hardware, software and consulting fees worth tens of millions of dollars were handed out like christmas candy to the fiberals corporate friends.

it stank then and it stinks now.

shut. it. down.

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