Saturday, January 21, 2006

Martin Blasts Tories

Check it out here.

Choice quotes:

Asked to name one far-right element in the Tory platform, Martin cited their plans to roll back the Liberals' proposed national day-care plan, Canada's commitment to the Kyoto protocol as well as a recent federal-provincial aboriginal deal. - Pale ->O.K. far right extreme means you don't agree with me.

Martin said a Tory government would imperil abortion rights. He delivered the warning _ aimed squarely at women voters -- flanked by eight of his Toronto-area female candidates. Conspicuous by their absence were local Liberal candidates who share the anti-abortion leanings of many Conservatives.

But to Martin, those announcements (the three mentioned above) have been reason enough to travel the country using words like "ultraconservative,'' "extreme,'' and "far right'' to describe his opponents.

More like back blast!

Bonus: Check out Paul Wells today!

P.S. Leafs Suck!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

lefty revolt!

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No wonder more women don't run for politics, when a Prime Minister of Canada can slander a good person like Cheryl Gallant. He is a monster. He is using her to try desperately to hold onto power now that he has figured out that Canadians are sick and tired of his corruption and lack of vision. He doesn't care about women. He cares about himself! His vendetta against Gallant, supported by the Liberal Press sets the rights of women back for years. Gallant is a hard working MP for this riding. She is a wife and mother who has given unselfishly of her time and energy. She has done nothing but represent the views of her constituents.
Even here in Renfrew County, we can hear the knives being sharpened in the Liberal War Room. Mr Martin, be careful because when the dust settles, it will be Cheryl Gallant left standing, not you! Renfrew, Nipissing, Pembroke voters, especially women, get out and show Paul Martin that we are pissed off and won't take it any more!

1:48 PM  

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