Don Martin of the Calgary Herald writes in today's paper about Harper's firing of RCMP Chief Supt. Marty Cheliak (head of the Canadian Firearms Program) as:
"There are poor excuses, bad rationalizations, feeble fabrications or, when all else fails to justify inexplicable behaviour, pathetic lies."
This is what we have been saying now about Harper since that fateful Halloween of 2006, when Harper reneged on his income trust promise, using his lie about tax leakage and a host of other fabrications as his rationale.
It has taken the press about four years to catch up with us, and catch up with reality.
We had billboards and bus shelter ads across the country with pictures of Harper and the statement Lie Conceal Fabricate, long before the press jumped on our band wagon.
Good to see they are catching up. Any chance they will uncover Harper's utter falsehoods about income trusts that caused Canadians to lose $35 billion of their life savings and ushered in a wave of foreign takeovers that created REAL TAX LEAKAGE of over $1 billion a year that never existed before?
Over to you Don Martin as you work for the Calgary Herald and the oil patch was one of the hardest hit from Harper's insane income trust tax.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Posted by Brent Fullard at 8:38 AM