Tory attack site stalling
The Conservative Party's NotaLeader.ca puffin is being plucked. Seems the Conservative attack website spoofing Stéphane Dion is gradually coming apart.
First the Puffin stopped pooping. Then a feature Dionbook which dissed some Liberal bloggers was removed. Now most of the interactive features like the Excuse Generator, or the Policy Slot machine won't work. And you can no longer click on the picture of Michael Ignatieff with a gun — and see an excerpt from a documentary.
The Liberal party is spreading that notaleader.ca is coming down. The Tories say it's a bandwith problem. But they said that earlier in the week, and the deleted features that time, never returned. We'll let you know if the site comes back.
— Susan Ormiston — Ormiston online
- The "Welcome to the Cheque Republic" buttons were popular at last weekend's Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner. And now there's a website. Today, the Liberals launched www.chequerepublic.ca. It seems the oversized novelty cheque story has had an entirely unanticipated stimulus effect --... Continue reading this post
- Just a Small Detail
- What a curious omission. Yesterday, CBC contacted the office of Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt to ask about the lobbyist who helped organize a fundraiser on her behalf on Sept. 24. Michael B. McSweeney is vice-president of the Cement Association... Continue reading this post