22 December 2009

Yet another CTV Moonbat Moment

Did anybody else catch the excerpt of the CTV interview with Stephen Harper? My favourite part was the voiceover where they talked about the Prime Minister "lashing out" over the "beating" he took in Copenhagen.

It was just so transparently false... I almost fell outta my chair.

CTV... Land of Misfit Toys.


22 comments:

Old School Liberal said...

Did he think he could continue to keep CTV beholden and pliant with the possibility of even more CTV senate appointments?

But what do you think about our cowardly unaccountable Prime Minister running from all the usual year-end interviews this year? Only one English and one French interview. What? Can't stand up to a few questions from the pliant media? Can't defend your own "record"?? What an embarrassment.

The_Iceman said...

Is this for real? I enjoy the statement "continue to keep the CTV beholden and pliant"...that's news to me. Do Liberals not watch the CBC?

Platty said...

And there you have it folks, the Liberals new buzz word, Embarrassment!

Would you say that it's as embarrassing as posting photos of assassinating the PM on the official Liberal website? No?

Well, you keep marching that embarrassing out there geriatric grit, I'm sure it'll catch on.....


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Anonymous said...

TangoJuliette sez:

ATTN: Old School Liberal.

Cowardly?

Unaccountable?

Personal "record?"

Wah chew talkin' 'bout, fool?

You must be referring to your librano 13 year screw-up with the only thing that your party gave the world regarding Kyoto, was a wee white dog whose 15 minutes of fame was drastically discounted, the hound disappearing just as suddenly as he had appeared.

Maybe you meant the wonderful snow job of your program to help save the world, by INCREASING[?] Canada's contribution to the earth's cesspool of killer emissions by 36%, and NOT DELIVERING the paltry decrease Chretien, Martin and Dion promised in the Kyoto poop'n'scoop papers.

Perhaps you really meant to uncover the truth about the Chretien gang, fighting in one court after another, to prevent the public examination of Chretien's appointment books. What the hell are your guys hiding??

tj

t.e. & o.e.

CanadianSense said...

Save local tv? Why?

The old model is broken as much as the Liberals.

They just don't get it.

CTV has not improved or spent their resources to get to the news.

We have a Gossip Newscast in Canada chasing the same Ball for weeks over hyping the smallest story in hopes for ratings.

The weeks spent pushing useless stories on wafer, novelty cheques, torch relay, xxx-gate is evidence the old model is not working.

Less money of Gossip News and more money on investigative journalism.

It was funny and sad that John Stewart broke climategate weeks before the Mainstream.

We still don't have fair reporting on the IPCC.

We have Canadians who were named in the emails and our own media are too busy?

CanadianSense said...

OSL,

may be another alias for Parnel. He creates multiple aliases as he gets banned across the internet.

The pattern is clearly distinguishable.

Anonymous said...

Get off the intertoobz for a second of your life and get your kid a Christmas present.

Skinny Dipper said...

To Canadian Sense,

The Conservatives did bring out the novelty cheques for their own advantage. Therefore, this is news.

To everyone else,

What happened to Canwest Global? Next year, Harper may only give an interview with Faux News if he is still the prime dictator.

CanadianSense said...

OSL, Parnel hiding under anon now.

CanadianSense said...

SkinnyDipper,

$ 10.5 Billion to auto industry debated?

Novelty cheques cost a few thousands to "make".

Only dimwits believe "Novelty" cheques costs are real.

Billions are being spent and the media and the three stooges are dropping the ball on the big issues.

It's the economy stupid, not bodybags, tasteless jokes, puffins etc.

The Gossip Media are ignoring real journalism for many reasons.

wilson said...

Why would PMSH give more than one Eng/Fr interview?

They all ask the same questions, then take pot shots at the govt because 'their' opinion, not the PMs is what they want to get across.


Our national media is just as boring as the constant whining and crying from Quebec.
blah blah blah

syncrodox said...

Neo

I propose a year end interview drinking game.

"When did you stop beating your wife", questions....take a shot.

The phrase..."punching above our weight"...take a shot.

The phrase..."black eye on the world stage"...take a shot.

Every fifth blink by Lloyd and Bob when the PM is answering a question...take a shot.

I highly recommend those playing along at home eat a large meal before the broadcast in order to avoid alcohol poisoning.

Syncro

CanadianSense said...

Neo,

that was FUNNY!

Thanks.

Neo Conservative said...

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"canadian sense says... may be another alias for Parnel"

nah, check the blogger profile... it's just my old buddy ted betts.

hey teddy... you still smarting from the way the prime minister "lashed out"?

and the "pliant media"?

seriously? the mainstream media kisses up to stephen harper?

maybe a little too much xmas cheer, huh ted?

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CanadianSense said...

Cool,

I ran into that OSL name on Steve Janke, AA, and Nik's blog.
(All banned)

"Harper is running scared" is his fav.

Ted Betts said...

As usual, I'm not sure what you're talking about CanadianNonsense. Harper running scared is not something I remember saying before. Here, though, when he's too afraid to do the standard softy year-end ass-licking from the weak media, yes, I do call him a chicken.

But I'm curious what all you kool-aid drinkers are thinking about Harper now that he has said he might have to introduce a carbon tax.

Do you believe Harper from last year in saying a carbon tax would “screw everybody” across Canada and "plunge Canada into recession, sparking economic unrest that will revive Quebec’s separatist movement"?

Or do you believe Harper from last night in saying that he may have to introduce a carbon tax "as part of the fight to reduce global warming"?

Is there a single thing Harper has said before or during an election that he hasn't eventually reversed himself on?

CanadianSense said...

Ted B,

I said Parnel has used that handle of OSL. I did not say you did.

I pointed to the websites that he used those name and was banned.

CanadianSense said...

TB,

Carbon Tax is a Liberal idea. See BC. See Ontario and QC they are failing to meet their own environmental plans.

They are free to ban automobiles and close their use of coal in order to reduce Carbon Emmissions.

Close those First, than lets talk about the 5% from Oilsands.

Ted Betts said...

"Ted B,

I said Parnel has used that handle of OSL. I did not say you did."


My mistake. Thanks for clarifying.

Ted Betts said...

"Carbon Tax is a Liberal idea"

Well it seems to be Harper's idea now.

Is there anything that Harper has promised before or during an election that he has not broken or reversed himself on at some point?

Neo Conservative said...

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"ted betts says... the standard softy year-end ass-licking from the weak media"

what part of "harper lashed out" and "took a beating" is media obsequiousness, ted?

according to the msm, the prime minister never simply replies... he is always an evil chessmaster, or reacts savagely etc., etc. ad nauseum.

and by so heartily drinking that tainted media kool-ade... you make that point for me.

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CanadianSense said...

Ted,

A large number of politician talk alot, some get the opportunity to implement those promises.

I understand why Liberals want the endorsement by Harper on a Carbon Tax.

From the clip, I do not agree with playing gotcha on his statement from the media or the bloggers.

Canada will implement a system to prevent our American friends from setting up a tarriff on our exports. If and when the senate rolls over to fund this new Ponzi Scheme, let's see the next move by Canada.

We did our lumber deal along those same lines.

Ted are you thrilled of sending over one billion on an annual basis to dictators in the 3rd world?

NZ PM does not think we are important in the Carbon Trading Market either.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/environment/news/article.cfm?c_id=39&objectid=10616714