From Canada's own Deranged Catholic Kathy Shaidle, posting over at SDA (a double wingnut whammy), we have:
News flash: Michael Moore fudges the truth
The real kicker: the new expose of Moore's questionable methods was made by two progressive Canadians and former fans.
Oh, no! That's awful! That someone would deliberately misrepresent the ... uh, the ... uh ... hang on, what's this?
Another week, another string of cheap political attacks from Stephen Harper, who sounds less prime ministerial with every passing day.
After savaging Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion with attack ads that suggest he is a "traitor," Harper continued this past week to play fast and loose with the facts, levelling baseless patronage charges against two Liberal Members of Parliament.
In debate over changes to the Immigration and Refugee Board, Harper accused MP Marlene Jennings of putting her spouse on the board and Lucienne Robillard, a former immigration minister, of appointing her ex-spouse. If true, these would be serious breaches of ethics.
But Robillard's husband was appointed to the board in 1990 under a former Conservative prime minister, Brian Mulroney. And Jennings' husband joined the board before she was even elected to Parliament.
Stay tuned as this glaring example of political dishonesty is, naturally, ignored by Canada's wankersphere.