Thursday, October 21, 2010

Just a Friendly Reminder...

That it's the Liberals who are the party of corruption, nothing to see here.

6 comments:

  1. Ah, but is it not refreshing to see the New Conservatives learn the ropes so quickly? After all imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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  2. So, when do we get to start spamming all the media comment boards with (our overly elitist v.) "Langevin-scam! Langevin-scam!"?

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  3. Just another friendly reminder: no Conservative MPs or party functionaries have been linked to this by anything other than speculation, nor will they ever be. It makes for a nice drive-by smear, but little else. Try again...

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  4. Yo, Anon...

    A friendly reminder that NO LPC MPs or party functionaries were linked to Adscam by anything other than speculation, nor will they ever be. The Auditor General, the Gomery Commission and the Supreme Court have already gone through this.

    The only Liberals that did anything wrong were from the Quebec Lib Party, and they were caught embezzling funds from the LPQ, and in a separate case from Adscam really.

    I maintain that there are very real similarities between the sponsorship scandal, and what we are finding out thus far from these press revelations about the Public Works Dept. Sucks for you Anon-Reformatory ...but true.

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  5. Tof KW said...

    Yo, Anon...

    A friendly reminder that NO LPC MPs or party functionaries were linked to Adscam by anything other than speculation, nor will they ever be. The Auditor General, the Gomery Commission and the Supreme Court have already gone through this.

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    Only because the Gomery Commission was specifically designed not to get to the whole truth. We never did find out which Liberals received the money, true. But that doesn't mean you guys are clean. Far from it.

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  6. But that doesn't mean you guys are clean. Far from it.

    Speaking of smears; it certainly didn't take long to trot out the guilt by association.

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