Thursday, January 12, 2006

New Lie-beral Attack Ads

The Lie-berals just released a new crop of ads, they might not be what you're expecting. Let's get viral!!!

Liberal Ad One: Adscam
Liberal Ad Two: China
Liberal Ad Three: Ethics
Liberal Ad Four: GST
Liberal Ad Five: Guns
Liberal Ad Six: Guns Part II
Liberal Ad Seven: Income Trust
Liberal Ad Eight: Notwithstanding I
Liberal Ad Nine: Notwithstanding II
Liberal Ads Ten: Notwithstanding III
Liberal Ads Eleven: CSL
Liberal Ads Twelve: Tax Cuts


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14 Comments:

At 2:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These 'ads' are so damn good. How will you get them into the mainstream media?!

 
At 2:18 AM, Anonymous brent said...

HOLY CRAP!!!

Great stuff, and unlike the real attack ads, these are based on truth.

Good work CanadianTruth!


Brent
Calgary

 
At 2:30 AM, Blogger Platty said...

Now that's truth in advertising...

Great stuff!

 
At 4:14 AM, Blogger Ed said...

Something I noticed in the China ad: the word should be spelled "derogatory" not "derogitory"

 
At 4:37 AM, Anonymous Chris from Victoria, BC said...

Speaking as a Conservative who:

- thinks Ralph Goodale is dirty (or at least compromised due to a leak)
- suspects that he wanted to keep the lid on any RCMP Income Trust investigation because he damn well knew there was a leak and that's why he rushed his Income Trust announcement in the first place
- suspects that he callously lied, obfuscated, and intentionally mislead the public when he said there was nothing to see
- understands the damning implications of the massive trading spikes before the Income Trust announcement including increases of up to 3400% over normal trading volume on individual Income Trust companies
- accepts the statements of Sandy McIntyre, fund manager of Sentry Capital Group, Jim Leech, a Vice President who manages the Ontario Teachers Pension, and Don Drummond, Chief Economist of the TD bank that they received email advance news of a leak whose source was "an individual well-connected to the Liberal Party, "Liberal Strategists", and "Liberal Party and government sources"
- takes the Senior Citizen CARP group representative, William Gleberzon's, word that there was a leak from Goodale's office over that of the Liberal Finance Minister and his coterie any day
- believes that Ralph is sweating in his slimy britches at the thought of an honest government getting in and investigating this file

the ads piss me off.

Your ads.

None of this has been proven. Your income trust ad where you say that the Finance Minister leaked or told someone or whatever is not a proven fact. And it should not be presented as such without qualification. Don't you agree?

You should make certain your ad is correct and not slander a Cabinet minister while the RCMP are still investigating.

They'll get their man.

 
At 7:54 AM, Blogger CanadianTruth said...

Thanks Ed and Chris, corrections made. It was a laate night! ;)

 
At 8:17 AM, Anonymous Kerry said...

All of the ads are great. Now it's time to get the word out about them so they can get some airplay. Let everyone out there know about them, and if you have a blog, link to them. They are getting good play on Conseervative Life.

 
At 12:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw your links over at Kate's site. Good stuff!

Emailing your URL to all my friends!

 
At 12:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

GREAT ADS!!! SPREAD THE WORD PEOPLE!!!!

 
At 10:57 PM, Blogger Aizlynne said...

I must say these are well done. Thanks for the laugh!

 
At 4:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, my God!!!!1! THESE ARE SO GOOD!!!

...Those Liberals and all of their supporters will be in concentration camps in two weeks!!!!!

..!!!!

 
At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good work!As in the ad scams, their first statements are always denial, guilty of no wrong doing and followed by more denial.
With the ad scam one of their representatives declared they would only pay back what could be PROVEN ended up in their coffers. That ended up at a little over $1 million and it is suspected that the figure was probably in excess of $3 million, they get to keep the rest rather than being honest and disclosing the full true story.
The Liberals have buried Dingwall's severence until Jan 24, is there something behind this hidden agenda.
June 21 Citizen stated "Audit of $500M in tech deals put on hold". It was admitted by Industry Minister David Emerson that "we did identify $3.7M in payments to intermediaries that are prohibited under the terms and conditions of technology partnerships". How is it that this one seems to have gotten swept under the rug?
Lets get these people's hands out of our pockets!

 
At 9:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good work!As in the ad scams, their first statements are always denial, guilty of no wrong doing and followed by more denial.
With the ad scam one of their representatives declared they would only pay back what could be PROVEN ended up in their coffers. That ended up at a little over $1 million and it is suspected that the figure was probably in excess of $3 million, they get to keep the rest rather than being honest and disclosing the full true story.
The Liberals have buried Dingwall's severence until Jan 24, is there something behind this hidden agenda.
June 21 Citizen stated "Audit of $500M in tech deals put on hold". It was admitted by Industry Minister David Emerson that we did identify $3.7M in payments to intermediaries that are prohibited under the terms and conditions of technology partnerships". How is it that this one seems to have gotten swept under the rug?

 
At 2:04 PM, Anonymous pat said...

More information on the Industry Canada technology scandal can be viewed at http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:NwFeJZYiaDYJ:www.businessedge.ca/article.cfm/newsID/10752.cfm+Industry+Canada+technology+scandal&hl=en
Millions of Dollars paid out improperly to as many as 15 companies

 

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