The answer to that could very well determine Dear Leader’s electoral fate in 2015, according to Tim Harper’s analysis in today’s Star.
As well, He must keep voter turnout low because his supporters are more committed and likely to cast a ballot. A flood of new, Trudeau voters will doom him.
Given their well-known voter . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: How Fed Up With Harper Are Canadians?
Despite the Harper regime’s steadfast denials over involvement in the voter suppression crimes and their attempts to divert suspicion onto the Liberals and NDP, evidence is mounting suggesting their complicity in the felonies:
An investigation by CBC News has turned up voters all over Canada who say the reason they got robocalls sending them . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: The Smoke From That Gun Is Turning Into An Overpowering Stench
If you live in southern Ontario, you know that yesterday was a gift, with sunny skies and temperatures reaching about 15 degrees Celsius, surpassing normal highs by about 11 degrees.
A crowd of maybe 1000 gathered in Toronto’s Dundas Square to protest the threats against our democracy epitomized by the voter suppression crimes of the . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Toronto’s Voter Suppression Protest
As I noted in my last post, a pattern is emerging in the voter suppression crimes owing to the consistency of the telephone script received in upwards of 30 ridings in the last federal election.
The Star has just made another startling discovery: Automated phone calls that directed people to the wrong polling stations in . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Robogate: Another Explosive Revelation From The Star
While the Harper regime has been busy casting aspersions on those who are claiming foul over their alleged tactics during the last federal election, a pattern is beginning to emerge that makes their protestations of outrage and innocence especially suspect.
According to the latest news, voters in the Toronto-area riding of York Centre say they . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Voter Suppression Crimes: A Pattern of Centralization Emerges
For those living in or around the Toronto area, please consider attending Sunday’s rally to protest both the voter suppression crimes committed during the last federal election and the ‘strange’ unwillingness of the Harper government to support the search for the truth.
It begins at 2:30 p.m., Yonge-Dundas Square. We will then march to . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Election Fraud Rally
The Star is reporting that Natural Resources Minister Joe (‘radicals are threatening the tarsands’) Oliver’s riding of Eglinton-Lawrence may have been the scene of another electoral crime, this one involving the last-minute rush of previously unregistered voters who cast ballots in the last federal election.
Veteran Liberal MP Joe Volpe lost the riding to . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Criminal Activity in Joe Oliver’s Campaign?
The Globe and Mail and its sundry propagandists (excepting the principled Lawrence Martin, of course) continue their Sisyphean task of defending the indefensible by issuing almost daily dismissals both of the seriousness of the voter suppression crimes and of those who see those crimes as part of the pattern of Harper malfeasance evident since dear . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: A Tale of Two Newspapers
But they went a long way to containing the damage when Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in the House, and the election campaign chair Guy Giorno, on television, declared emphatically that the central campaign did not authorize or know of any deceptions, including alleged harassing calls from people purporting to speak for the Liberal Party who . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: The Latest Drivel From John Ibbitson