There are two things that Rushpubliscums absolutely excel at.
(1.) is projection. Like when they scream about “voter fraud” while doing everything in their power to disenfranchise anyone who might possibly vote other than Rushpubliscum.
(2.) is, of course, breaking laws. The party of “values” places little value on behaving in a legal or ethical manner. The Rushpubliscum Party is a racist, religion-bigoted crime syndicate.
The fact that the Rushpubliscum Party is an organized crime syndicate makes a story like this one easy to believe. What is a little harder to understand is why Canadian Conservatives would wallow around in the septic tank with American Rushpubliscums. I realize that right-wingers the world over tend to have serious criminal tendencies, but…. I really thought even the wingers in Canada would be above working with the gutter slugs from south of the border.
I thought wrong, by all appearances.
In at least two Conservative-won ridings with reported election irregularities, Front Porch Strategies had US staff on the ground – possibly against Elections Canada rules barring foreign campaigning. In the wake of the “robocall” voter suppression scandal, the Republican-tied U.S. firm hired by 14 Conservative campaigns admitted on Friday to having had U.S. staff working “in the trenches” during the 2011 elections, in an apparent violation of the Canada Election Act which bars foreign political involvement.
Americans PJ Wenzel and Matthew Parker — director and CEO of Front Porch Strategies, respectively – participated directly in at least two Canadian Conservative campaigns, according to social media updates and a photograph from the successful election campaigns of associate defence minister Julian Fantino and MP Rick Dykstra, immigration minister Jason Kenney’s parliamentary secretary.
The revelations contradict Conservative party claims that Front Porch Strategies’ only role during the election was to conduct telephone town halls.
“Matt and PJ headed to Toronto tomorrow to campaign for Conservative Candidates!” Front Porch Strategies posted on their official Facebook page on April 18, 2011. “Nothing like getting in the trenches with terrific people who are going to make a difference once elected.”
I agree, Jan. I can just imagine the howling if ANY furriner was to make ANY positive statement about a DEMMYCRAT in an American election cycle.
But, of course, if a Rushpubliscum is meddling in the electoral politics of Canada, that’s fine. Even if it breaks the law. The ends justify the means and all that.
IOKIYAR can now be expanded to IOKIYAT, as in Tory.