Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Truth Hurts

8 comments:

Gayle said...

Not really an issue of trusting Harper (though I don't). And the music was over the top.

Just another example of his hypocrisy. In fact, there are so many examples of that it is almost boring now.

Steve V said...

Music was WAY too much.

Scott Tribe said...

The music kind of reminded me of the Ghosts of Harper's past, in a Charles Dickens political interpretation of his book ;)

Éric said...

Sheesh, the Bloc is just another party. People need to educate themselves.

I remember during one of the elections CBC did a thing where they sent a Montrealer to Alberta and a Calgarian to Quebec. When the Calgarian met Gilles Duceppe and she asked him what's the one thing English Canadians should know about him, he said it's that he doesn't eat babies.

This video creator needs to be reminded that the Bloc doesn't eat babies.

Steve V said...

In a way Eric, I think that's exactly the point.

Éric said...

That is some subtle sarcasm, then.

Gayle said...

Even my very right wing brother likes Duceppe - said he would like it if Duceppe was the leader of the CPC (in the tradition of many Albertans, he will not even consider voting for anyone else).

There is nothing wrongw ith working with the Bloc. The flaw with teh video is that is what it seems to be saying, isntead of saying that Harper is a total lying hypocrite, which can never be said enough, even if it IS boring.

Anonymous said...

Boy would I like to the Charles Dickens, that Scott was talking about..that would be fabulous as Harper and his ghosts past. made into very small skit whith past, present, and future