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I understand what their going for...women/family voters and all that.But they brought a toothpick to a gunfight.
I disagree.It is understated, yes, but it hits home with what the average Canadian taxpayer is thinking..we can't afford these new Liberal tax increases.I heard the very thing being said today in my local coffee shop..
My attack ad:Picture newspapers being stacked one on top of eachother.First headline-Dion elected Prime MinisterSecond headline-Dion implements Carbon taxThird-Markets plunge Fourth-Jobs losses mount, highest level in 30 yearsFifth-Canada's debt rises by 100 billion dollars.Sixth-Alberta, BC to vote on SeperationSeventh-Health Care funds dry up.Eighth-Payments to provinces cut backIs this the Canada you want?Wouldn't that put Dion on the defensive and have to better explain his plan?
Rather than scare tactics with what could be, go positive with what is. same newspapers stackinging with-IMF says Canada to lead G7 n GDP growth-September housing starts steady-etc
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