Friday, April 1, 2011

What a national disgrace... a veritable Hokey Night in Canada

This move, if true, is obviously a calculated move by the Harper campaign team to highlight the divisions in Canada that Harper is fond of stoking, between what he calls the "elite" and the Tim Horton's crowd. Meanwhile, who in their right mind thinks that Don Cherry is representative of Canada and a substitute for an elected politician? Talk about a Hokey Night in Canada!
Don Cherry Canada's representative at royal wedding

NNW Insider: National News Watch has learned that Don Cherry has agreed to represent Canada at this month's royal wedding in Endland. Yesterday, PM Harper sent his regrets to Prince William and Kate Middleton, saying that he will be unable to attend their wedding, due to election timing.


Dr Mike said...

Man , I hate those April fools jokes.

Now if they had said Rob Ford --- well , maybe not

Dr Mike Popovich

Brent Fullard said...

April Fools joke? Never considered that, however the joke will be on National New Watch if they think they should be taken seriously only 364 days of the year, rather than 365.

How about 0 days of the year, instead?

The Rat said...

Oh dear, and we should take you seriously when you are obviously incredibly gullible. Something tells me if you didn;t lose your money in income trusts you would have lost it to a certain Nigerian prince...

Brent Fullard said...

The Rat:

Obviously it is you who jumps to conclusions, as the first three words of my post were "if this is true".

Secondly, any money I may have lost from owning income trusts was a result of Stephen Harper's lie about never taxing income trusts followed by his greater lie that income trusts cause tax leakage.

Forgive me for not being so gullible to believe Stephen Harper's lie that income trusts cause tax leakage and for CAITI subsequently plastering billboards and bus shelter ads across the country that featured Harper's photo and the line "Lie Conceal Fabricate", and for publishing full pages ads in the Toronto Star and Calgary Herald that stated "Your tax leakage analysis is fraudulent"

I guess that makes me gullible? NOT.

The only comparison to the internet scams of a "Nigerian Prince", was not income trusts as an investment vehicle, but Stephen Harper as a duplicitous lying dirt ball of a politician.

Anonymous said...

Hoser might be a better fitting description.

A clumsy, boorish person, especially an uncouth, beer-drinking man. hoser [həʊzə]. n. 1. US slang a person who swindles or deceives others ...

seems to fit both Harper and Cherry.