09.07.2011 04:10 PM

Flip-flopping on immigrants

Custom footwear I developed for my Sun News appearances today. And watch out – I’m even co-hosting a show tomorrow morning!

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It got very heated on Lilley’s show – I think I may have called Hudak a “goddamned hypocrite” about this.

Check it out if you dare!

8 Comments

  1. James May says:

    You can’t even cut in between the lines or properly size a logo? Sloppy work by the OLP war room.

    • Chris says:

      Wow, I can just see the headlines:

      “Liberal strategists cutting outside the lines”

      Recently evidence has surfaced that indicate top Liberal strategists are spending mere minutes on their throwaway prop items.

      “He knew I wasn’t able to properly size a logo – but I had to do it anyway” said one junior staffer who asked to remain unnamed “No one else in the office was willing to sully their browser history with a search for those logos”

      When told that nonblog commenter James May referred to their work as “sloppy”, the staffer replied “We’re really sorry – if Hudak and the rest of the PC party candidates would just stop talking for five or six hours we could really get on top of things here.”

  2. Eric says:

    (no attacks here) why was it important to tie the Federal Conservative party to the OPCP? The former just won an election. Doesn’t that put the brand on the upswing. Doesn’t the OLP want to attract a number of the unaligned voter who voted CPC in May, but are in play in October?

  3. Michael S says:

    So that homeless dude gluing stickers onto flip flops in front of Honest Ed’s was none other than Warren Kinsella?

    I want my dollar back.

  4. JH says:

    Game changer for sure

  5. Pedro says:

    I live amongst hard-working, driven, self-made immigrants who haven’t had a penny from government.
    They have issues with the amount of taxation relative to others who barely work and have their needs provided.
    Leaders with post-secondary education who were forced to come to Canada as labourers and have eclipsed long-generation “Canadians” in terms of home ownership and assets.
    I’ve met the whiners with professional designations who wait for the “gubernment” to fix their situations.
    The McGuinty plan to provide a few over-credentilalled blow-hards to land a cushy spot in academia is a non-starter.

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