Monday, November 09, 2009

Here, let me tighten that up for you.

Shorter Stephen Harper Party of Canada: "$242 million? Is $242 million enough to buy your votes? Seriously. We have more."

, after reading Impolitical's take on how your tax dollars are being used to increase the public exposure of unelected Conservatives and whether this represents a violation of Elections Canada laws, one might be tempted to wonder just what Captain Canada Stephen "I am all about the democracy" Taylor thinks of all this since, once upon a time, he was terribly, terribly concerned about the propriety of taxpayer dollars being used inappropriately.

How about it, Stephen? It seems only natural that someone who yammers on about "non-monetary contributions" and "commercial value of services" might, perhaps, have an opinion on Stephen Harper shovelling free (and generally costly) political exposure in the direction of Conservative hacks and flunkies who don't even represent their ridings.

So, Stephen, your thoughts? I'm just curious. Or is this simply another case of IOKIYAC?

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