Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Are the Harper Con Artists Faking Their Propaganda?
I'm sure many of you have seen this great sign carved into a field in Buford, Ontario, by a good Canadian to make it absolutely clear what he thinks of Stephen Harper.
People flying over John Langs’ farm know exactly how the retired civil servant feels about the upcoming election.
“I think it’s time he left, I think he’s been bad for Canada,” Langs said.
So I wasn't surprised to see that the Cons had claimed to match it with this sign allegedly carved into a fallow field in Alberta.
But as with all things Con, almost nothing is what it seems.
For while their supporters went wild, and spread it all over the Conosphere with the help of the head of the Blogging Tories Stephen Taylor...
The big question was whether it was real or whether was fraud.
For when you take a closer look at that picture one could only wonder...
And sadly the person who posted that picture is no longer available to answer questions...
Which did seem a bit suspicious.
And of course this couldn't be more hilarious...
Because we progressives assume exactly the opposite.
If it comes from a Con it's almost certainly a lie...
But now it turns out it wasn't Steve it was Bill.
A farmer in Cranford, Alberta, says he was inspired to create his own a message of support for Conservative leader Stephen Harper when he saw a picture of an “ANYBODY BUT HARPER” message plowed into a field in Ontario.
There are still people in this country who think Harper is a great Prime Minister.
And the good news?
One of their campaign buses broke down today, started belching smoke, and had to be hastily evacuated...
Which hopefully is a good omen.
And this is still true.
As long as this ghastly Con artist is in power the truth will exist in a twilight zone. With nobody able to be sure whether anything is true or not.
And the truth will not be safe until he is defeated.
And sent to the place he belongs...
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