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Asking Harper to Be Honest

Well, a new website brought to my attention this evening – run by Toronto-area Liberal MP Dan McTeague, who you might know for seemingly having the inside scoop on when gas prices are going to rise or fall, and by how much. The site is called Behonest.ca, which appears to be a vlog. A little snippet of what you’ll find there:

Basically, a video blog that focuses on several different issues and calling the Conservatives to be honest on those issues.

2 comments to Asking Harper to Be Honest

  • Not a Lawyer

    “He’s a criminal: Defying Elections Canada on “in and out”, trying to bribe Cadman and now violating the sections of the Criminal Code dealing with fraudulent claims during an election. The RCMP, not the media or Elections Canada, should be taking a hand on him.”

    No, nothing slanderous there and completely safe to leave up on your blog.

  • Craig Hubley

    The spineless Canadian media doesn’t dare ask the sub-Prime Minister why he lies so flagrantly or to justify his outrageous false claims on any of these subjects. It started before day one of the campaign with the attack ads focusing on the false Conservative portrayal of The Green Shift. Lying is in Harper’s DNA, he’s unlikely to do anything if “asked”. He’s a criminal: Defying Elections Canada on “in and out”, trying to bribe Cadman and now violating the sections of the Criminal Code dealing with fraudulent claims during an election. The RCMP, not the media or Elections Canada, should be taking a hand on him.

    In other countries less cowardly than Canada some regulatory or police agency would have taken a hand to prevent the people themselves from doing it. Try lying so flagrantly in Europe and you’d see street riots everywhere a Prime Minister went. They know exactly what happens when their government gets taken over by unrepentant liars.

    And that’s what will happen to Canada, too, on October 14, if there’s been no serious response by the public, media, police, Elections Canada or anyone else in a position to stop the falsehoods.

    Writing to the major networks demanding that they cease to run ads containing flagrantly false claims (such as that the Liberals’ proposed carbon tax applies to gasoline at the pump) is the least we can do. Perhaps reporting some of these ads to the RCMP and Elections Canada both, and CC’ing your local newspaper the complaint…?

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