Monday, April 20, 2009

Iggy Liberals Still Playing Dion's Avoid-Voting Game

Story here.

ht: National Newswatch

OTTAWA — Despite leader Michael Ignatieff’s vow that his party would no longer sit on its hands during votes in Parliament, Liberal MPs have missed three times as many votes in the House of Commons so far this year as Conservative members.

Ah-hah. Again we see how much the exalted, Big Media- built-up and legendarized Michael "Iggy" Ignatieff is just like leader-predecessor Stephane Dion.

The Liberals posted the worst record for voting of the four parties in the House, standing to be counted fewer times on average than even Bloc Quebecois MPs.

Oh, my... worse than the separatists!!!

And when Liberal MPs did show up, they voted the same way as the Conservatives 79 per cent of the time.

Well, well, well. The Liberals are rebranding themselves as a "conservative alternative", huh. Why would conservative voters believe such nonsense? And why would leftist voters touch the Liberals when they've got a better leftist choice in the NDP?

The Liberal Party of Canada. You can change the leader, but the Party isn't going to change.

Of course, the Big Media will do whatever it can to hide the truth about the Liberals from the People while artificially, unfairly boosting that party and leader's image and doing whatever they can to create an illusion that the Conservatives and their leader are somehow chopped liver. Of course. The Big Liberal-Loyalist Media will always do that. What they did to Paul Martin's Liberals was a fluke, as the Chretienites were the ones in favor with the Big Media, and the Chretienites obviously got their propaganda-spewing cronies to take the Martin Libs down.

Watch the Big Media again prove its pro-Liberal bias... Covering up the bad stuff and sensationalizing every tiny little non-bad thing as somehow wonderful, plus inventing a false perception of imaginary goodness to surround the Liberals like an imaginary halo. Much like they did with the terribly-disappointing Barack Hussein Obama, whom Iggy is obviously copying in terms of policy.