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Which Debate Did Doug Ferguson Watch?

October 3, 2008

A E-mail from Doug Ferguson, president of the Liberal Party.

Dear NBCD

If you were able to tune into either or both of the leaders debates, you saw something special. Stéphane Dion made an impressive impact that reminded Canadians that a Liberal government is the only credible alternative to more of Stephen Harper’s laissez-faire Conservative ideology.

Really?

I’d like to see this debate that Ferguson is refering to. Where is it, under Harper’s sweater?

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  1. October 3, 2008 at 8:37 pm
  2. Deb Prothero
    October 4, 2008 at 1:45 am

    Really and I wholeheartedly agree with Doug Ferguson. I watched a debate where Stephane Dion expressed his sincerity and passion for Canada.

    One wonders, given the obvious slant of your blog, why is it that you have signed up to receive the regular email communications from the Liberal Party of Canada?

    Fortunately Canadians are able to tell the difference between a leader and a pit bull who destroys the respect of Parliament by abusing the non-confidence motion.

    You want proof, check out the responses of Canadians measured by Buzzz tv (http://www.buzzz.tv/tufte_en/) as the debate was happening. If you can isolate the time of that clip you will discover that the rating at that moment was low for the attack by Jack and high for the decency and fairness of Dion waiting for Layton to finish his attack. Dion’s trust in the intelligence of Canadians is revealing.

  3. October 4, 2008 at 12:36 pm

    One wonders, given the obvious slant of your blog, why is it that you have signed up to receive the regular email communications from the Liberal Party of Canada?

    What, you mean I can’t receive other parties emails? Somebody should tell BCer in TO this! Or other bloggers.

    I’m still wondering which debate you and Doug watched? I saw Dion insult the intelligence of Canadian by promising many social programs, planning to cut more corporate taxes than the Harper Conservatives, and deny that he was going to levy a tax that would hurt the middle class. It doesn’t add up!

    Thanks goodness Jack and the NDP are willing to stand up for Canadians!

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