Thursday, February 23, 2012

Breaking: Another Con Scandal

Extra. Extra. Pick up a copy of Con Stories, with the latest Con scandal.

Elections Canada has traced fraudulent phone calls made during the federal election to an Edmonton voice-broadcast company that worked for the Conservative Party across the country.

Elections Canada launched its investigation after it was inundated with complaints about election day calls in Guelph, Ont., one of 18 ridings across the country where voters were targeted by harassing or deceptive phone messages in an apparent effort to discourage Liberal supporters from voting.

And watch them run for cover. 

Fred DeLorey, a spokesman for the Conservative Party, declined to say how much business the party did with Racknine during the campaign. He said the party does not know who was behind the calls, and he did not respond to a question about its internal investigation.

Oh boy. Doesn't this sound familiar? What a tangled web they weave.

First they tried to buy an election.Then they tried to steal it.

This isn't a government it's a criminal conspiracy. Can you imagine what they might do if they get their hands on our e-mails?

Do we need a new election? Oh definitely. Or at the very least a bye-election must be held in every riding the Cons won.

Those grubby hogs, how dare they try to steal our country?

First we'll defeat them, and then we'll ARREST them. Yippee !!!

Doncha just LOVE the smell of bacon in the morning ?


Anonymous said...

Any bets Racknine used anther name for billing the ridings. A whole bunch of election returns are now going to get looked at for consistencies in phone billings by out of riding firms.

Keep at it bloggers

sassy said...

Impolitical has more info - follow her link.