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Liberals Distribute More Attacks

Monday, June 29th, 2009

The Liberal staffers attending the Ontario PC convention continued to hand out attack materials to the media as the day went on. This video highlights the “Frank Klees Leadership Kit” that included hair gel, teeth whitener and self-tanning materials intended to mock Mr. Klees’ appearance.

John Laforet writes more about this at Laforet.ca:

“I promised I would show the attack buttons the Liberal Caucus Services Bureau (a publicly funded, partisan arm of the Premier’s Office that is used entirely for partisan purposes). Unfortunately, after my first video, Liberal staffers steered clear and no buttons, press releases or other liberal attacks were dropped off.

I did get my hands on a couple of the ‘Frank Klees Leadership Kits’ I had seen Liberal Caucus Services Bureau and Minister’s Office staff handing out earlier in the day. That’s what you’ll see in the video below. It’s another bizarre attack and a total waste of taxpayer resources by Dalton McGuinty to advance his partisan interests. This has nothing to do with policy, or even Queen’s Park for that matter – it’s taxpayer money doing the bidding of the Ontario Liberal Party. It is also literally a ’skin deep’ attack on a man who had the courage to seek to lead his party.” Read more.

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Tim Hudak Wins Ontario PC Leadership

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

Tim Hudak was victorious today on the third ballot against Frank Klees. This video captures the moments after his victory was announced and clips from Hudak’s victory speech.

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Tim Hudak Interview

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

Tim Hudak has a good mix of youthfulness and experience. Speaking with him you get a real sense of the sincerity he brings to his work as an MPP and his belief that he is seeking his party’s leadership for the right reasons. Many have said that Hudak is a second generation Harris, but it is clear in speaking to him and hearing his ideas for his party and Ontario that he is his own man.

For more on this interview, read the rest of John Laforet’s post at Laforet.ca.

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