Olympic Fundraising

Awkward moments backstage at the making of a Conservative fundraising video attempting to leverage the Olympic event for partisan political benefit, featuring the morbidly corpulent senatorial douchebag from PEI and former host of CTV’s Mike Duffy Live program and Nancy Greene, the former Olympian turned wealthy real estate developer and another Harper-appointed political hack in the Upper Chamber.

11 Replies to “Olympic Fundraising”

  1. They are using the “Vancouver 2010 Olympics” right in their ad.

    I wonder if the IOC or VANOC has anything to say about that.

    I am pretty sure that there are one or two trade-marks involved here.

  2. Strong leader.

    Love of the country is love of the party.

    Equating the athletes with the Party.

    During the Olympics.

  3. “Much like the goals Conservatives have achieved in history”…

    Be scared… very scared….

    I wonder if the mind-numb connies will see the irony of the Pufster stating that the Olympics should not be partisan…

  4. Ethan — Thanks for the video. I’d never seen that before. Fascinating. And quite amusing that Handel’s Messiah resounded through the stadium when the torch was lit.

    Harper can’t be compared to der Führer in this regard. He was an almost incidental spectator at the opening ceremonies — a baggy, awkward man who seemed almost embarrassed to be present.

  5. Hello there! This blog post couldn’t be written any better! Going through this article reminds me of my previous roommate! He constantly kept preaching about this. I am going to send this information to him. Pretty sure he’ll have a great read.
    I appreciate you for sharing!

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