Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Going too far - or satirical honesty?

Harper's CPC government ministers lied in Parliament about the F-35 procurement process.

The CBC and Radio-Canada - unlike StunTV, the Sun tabloids and other Quebecor infotainment media products - has reported on the investigations of a number of CPC initiatives which may eventually lead to criminal charges being laid against the party, particularly with regard to electoral fraud, voter suppression and other illegal activities including corruption at the highest levels.

Thus the political cartoon from Le journal de Montréal is quite amusing - and honest about the CPC intent and tactics.

Just how far will the CONs go, to destroy the CBC?


Antonia Z said...

Haha. Interestingly, it's in a Quebecor paper -- which owns Sun TV.

deBeauxOs said...

Yeah, Antonia. Quite interrrresting indeed.

Pre-emptive satire?

Godel Noodle said...

Wait... What? The link under "CON MPs have started petitions against the CBC" appears to go to a Liberal-initiated petition *for* the CBC. Is it not what it appears? Sorry, I'm feeling kinda out-to-lunch today.

Godel Noodle said...

Oh, never mind... Duh... Sorry. :-/

deBeauxOs said...

Yeah, there's a paragraph lower down that names the CON MPs leading the charge against the CBC.

I guess you found that.


Anonymous said...

reopening the abortion debate = cons hope everyone will forget about scandals and start hating women

Guy said...

It's highly offensive but funny all the same!

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