Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Time for a Full Inquiry, for Dean's Sake

Dean Del Mastro, March 1: "We learned that Joe Volpe paid over $25,000 to Prime Contact, a calling company with offices in North Dakota. These calls were made on behalf of the Liberal party. I see that they used this company quite a bit. It seems that they were robodialing quite a number of people on behalf of the Liberal party."

Dean Del Mastro, March 5: "It's ... clear that the Liberal Party spent millions of dollars to contact hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of homes right across this country. It appears they had given them some incorrect information but the Liberal leader is sitting on all of this information while he makes unsubstantiated smears."

Dean Del Mastro, March 12: "We now know that the member for Guelph, Mr. Speaker, in fact paid for illegal robocalls that concealed the fact that the calls came from his Liberal campaign. They used a bogus number, Mr. Speaker, a fictitious character, they broke the CRTC regulations, they broke Elections Canada laws."

Listening to Del Mastro's daily tirades in the House of Commons, it's clear the Liberal Party orchestrated Robocon, as part of an elaborate plot to suppress their vote. And, given how few Liberals voted on May 2nd, this plan appears to have been wildly successful.

I therefore trust that Dean will join the growing demands for a full public inquiry and/or Royal Commission to get to the bottom of the robodial scandal. Only then can the good name of the Conservative Party be cleared, and these duplicitous Liberals brought to justice.

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  • The reaction from Del Mastro is to be expected. That doesn't make him or his counterparts any less delusional.

    By Blogger Al Martin, at 11:24 a.m.  

  • Herr Harper has more than one, ranting and raving henchmen, besides Del Mastro. This is typical in a dictatorship government. Lies, corruption, deceit, dirty tactics and cheating, is the order of the day in Harper's realm.

    Harper even had a, many times convicted criminal working for him. Ex BC Premier, Gordon Campbell has the dirtiest, most corrupt and foul political record, in Canadian history. For doing Harper's dirty work for him...Campbell was rewarded the post of, High Commissioner to England.

    Strange, Campbell was a Liberal, (or so we thought, he works for Harper. We have Boessenkool working for Christy Clark, a supposed Liberal Premier. Boessenkool is another Conservative henchman working for Harper.

    It isn't the first time, Harper's Conservatives have been charged with election fraud.

    Harper's true party is, the Northern Foundation party...This was in 1989. They said, the skinheads assisted Harper to organize his party.

    I firmly believe, Harper and his Conservatives are responsible for the election fraud.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:05 p.m.  

  • Have we already forgotten the Liberal candidate in Nova Scotia who admitted to having placed calls misdirecting voters to the wrong voting location?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:22 p.m.  

  • Anon 1:22 pm - Apparently, yes. Can you provide the link? I don't remember seeing that story.

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 2:55 p.m.  

  • And, if that's the case, all the more reason for a full inquiry to clear the Tories!

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 2:56 p.m.  

  • It appears that Pierre Jones is coming forward (since they knew his IP address anyway). That will at least hopefully answer some questions.

    I'd like to see an inquiry as well, because I think it will vindicate the Tories, if not their Guelph campaign team. Though obviously the last time a government ordered an inquiry, it didn't go very well.

    Hypothetical: what would have happened if Martin hadn't called the Gomery inquiry?

    By Anonymous hosertohoosier, at 3:37 p.m.  

  • Off topic, any idea when we'll hear more on the Liberal leadership? Any time frame for when the rules will be established?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:12 p.m.  

  • Martin's problem was that he didn't have Harper's "Accountability Act" in force. If it was, we'd never have heard anything about Adscam because the Harper Accountability Act actually would have ensured the initial information would never have come out.

    By Blogger liberal supporter, at 6:56 p.m.  

  • Re: 2:55pm. I had posted the link earlier today, but now my comment seems to have been deleted so I'll try a second time.

    See the link from the final post (well, the 12:21 Anon post if someone adds a post) on this page.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:58 p.m.  

  • Del Mastro is a moron, but this is what happens when a party with a history like the Liberals goes after another on ethics...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:59 p.m.  

  • Why not just post the relevant parts of the article about the egregious liberal activity:

    "MLA Calls

    Gordon MacPherson, Thibault’s campaign manager in Middleton, said Thursday he has no memory of anyone complaining about robocalls or anything of that nature. He said it’s possible that if he received one complaint of a robocall-type irregularity he might not remember it specifically. But if there were more than one he would have – and he would have reported it to Elections Canada.

    Albert Johnson, another of Thibault’s campaign workers said the only problems he remembers were message calls made by provincial Liberal MLAs that may have reached West Nova voters outside that MLA’s area. In some cases voters received multiple calls. The company the Thibault campaign used to make the calls later admitted that the error was its fault.

    And Thibault remembers one incident. “I had one person call saying that he got repeated calls at odd hours from a caller saying he represented the Liberal Party,” Thibault said."

    Yes, let's have an inquiry. It will be interesting to see if an independent inquiry finds the equivalency you're implying.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:06 p.m.  

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