Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Just like Harper's tax leakage hoax......“It doesn't have to be true. It just has to be plausible.”



In today's Globe and Mail, Stephen Harper's former adviser Tom Flanagan says the Conservatives will attack the Liberals for forming a coalition with the other opposition parties.

Mr. Flanagan admits that this Conservative election strategy is based on a falsehood:

“It doesn't have to be true. It just has to be plausible.”

4 comments:

Dr Mike said...

Isn`t that just wonderful!!

Our PM works on the premise that a good Con can easily be run on the people of Canada.

Say it often enough , it will appear true.

This guy does not deserve to run a dog pound let alone a country as great as this.

Dr Mike Popovich

Anonymous said...

With a population that can be so easily misled, repeatedly, is it any wonder we get no substance?

Alan

CAITI said...

Alan:

All it takes for this strategy to work is incompetent reporters to blindly run with the “plausible” story.....and we all get scammed.

Nice? Not.

Brent

Big Winnie said...

I agree Brent and Dr. Mike. The MSM needs to do their jobs and report the facts, not what comes out of a politician's mouth (read Cons). They also need to stop repeating the lies spewed by the Cons...the lie, as Dr Mike said, becomes truth.

Harper needs to be be removed from office before further damage is done to Canadians and Canada