Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Guilty As Charged

Re today's charges of plagiarism against Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party:

"We’ve been led to believe in the past that Stephen Harper writes his own speeches, can we assume that this was Mr. Harper’s own work?"

“No..."

Once Stephen Harper's speech-writing abilities were only one aspect of his overwhelming genius. Now he palms off the job to his hacks.

What the Tory line seems to be evolving into is that a lowly staffer coughed up the speech for Harper, and therefore whatever plagiarism occurred was really their fault. Furthermore, because of the high-turnover rate among political speechwriters, their identity remains conveniently unknowable.

4 comments:

Oldschool said...

Did it ever occur to you that Jorge may have copied Harper???

Liberalism is a mental disorder!!

Proof: The Freddie and Fannie show in the US . . . dimmicraps all over it since Carter and Klinton.

Ti-Guy said...

Heh. Noschool, you go, girl!

Paul S said...

A five year old speech??? It took the Liberals **five** years to dig this up?

Inspector Clousseau could have found this faster then the Liberals did.

Ti-Guy said...

Inspector Clousseau could have found this faster then the Liberals did.

"Than," Sweetie. Than.