Tuesday, November 29, 2005

CBC Quick to resurrect Liberal Negative Campaign Slogans.

This is a copy of the e-mail I sent to CBC about their election coverage.

Not even 10 minutes into the morning broadcasts from Ottawa on November 29, 2005.

In the preamble to speeches made by the political leaders ...your on air hosts and political analysts made a point of bringing up the Liberal Funded Ad campaign from the previous election.

This would not be a problem in itself but...as usual...instead of just reporting that the negative ad campaign was an effort to discredit or to paint a false picture of Mr. Harper on the part of the Liberals...your on air staff repeated the phrase " Harper is Scary!" at least half a dozen times.

Nice going CBC! In the first ten minutes of campaign coverage you managed to resurrect a despicable Anti- Conservative campaign on behalf of the Liberals. More free campaign help from the CBC to the Liberals paid for by the Canadian Taxpayer!

You just can't help yourselves can you?

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe if you watch all the newscasts last night, and listened to all the radio news, and read all the newspapers (even the SUN) you would have noticed a trend...every single one brought up the steven harper is scary thought from last election...CBC must have put the vulcan mind meld on them all.

11/29/2005 7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe if you watch all the newscasts last night, and listened to all the radio news, and read all the newspapers (even the SUN) you would have noticed a trend...every single one brought up the steven harper is scary thought from last election...CBC must have put the vulcan mind meld on them all.

11/29/2005 7:15 PM  
Blogger Vek said...

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11/29/2005 10:13 PM  
Blogger Vek said...

It doesn't really matter does it? Government-owned or private media, they're all liberal-controlled. Or we could say that the Liberal party is the MSM-LPC

11/29/2005 10:14 PM  

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