Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Fantino Releases Cure For Insomnia

Julian Fantino will once again avoid the voters of Vaughan tonight, failing to appear at an ALL candidates debate. Honestly and truly, what a gutless campaign this guy is running, surprised he isn't wearing a cone around his head to keep him from licking the incision. Anyways, to be fair, while Fantino is afraid of the voters he wants to represent, his campaign has been kind enough to make a valuable contribution in the fight against insomnia:



Good grief.

10 comments:

Ted Betts said...

Oh. My. Goodness.

The interesting thing about this video is that all the things Fantino claims are Harper successes, Harper managed to do with a Liberal MP in Vaughan. And he mentions nothing about himself or what he believes. in.

So why vote Conservatives in Vaughan?

There's already enough gutless cowards in Ottawa. We definitely don't need another one in government.

Fantino gave up his greatest strength: his reputation as a strong straight shooter.

Steve V said...

"Fantino gave up his greatest strength: his reputation as a strong straight shooter."

It plays like a hostage video.

Ted Betts said...

That is it exactly.

He is clearly reading words that are not his. You can almost see the PMO staffers just off camera with nomination papers ready and pen at the ready to strike.

The only difference is: we're the ones who are being tortured.

Kirk said...

I like the part about pioneering men and women who "took risks" coming from a guy who has hidden himself away, taking no risks and hoping that name recognition alone will win him the election.

Marpman said...

I think his tag line should be:

Vote for me and you will never hear me speak again. He is a Tory...

Shiner said...

Oh Gawd that's horrible. No wonder they've placed him under house arrest.

Shiner said...

And yet the plebs will vote based on this:
http://www.stephentaylor.ca/2010/11/don-cherry-calls-vaughan-residents-for-julian-fantino/

Paul Wells wonders whether the CBC critics will have anything to say about one of their employees campaigning for a politician.

Oemissions said...

"keeping a lid on spending"????

Jerry Prager said...

The soon to be Minister of Secret Police, with a proven record of opposing democratic oversite of police, boondoggling 56 million to provide the OPP with every new tool required for Harper's new police state. The opposition is divided, and the neo-fascists are on the march, while democrats settle for picked bones.

Steve V said...

What a sad day it will be, that a man can run for office, hide from his record, show zero transparency, basically give the finger to democratic norms and still win. What a depressing scenario...