Sunday, September 24, 2006

Blog Lies About Layton

There are a whole raft of blog lies being circulated about Jack Layton and the NDP. See: New Democratic Party::Jack Layton and New Democratic Party::Criticism

For instance how he was snubbed by Karzai. He wasn't they met yesterday in Montreal.

Karzai, Layton discuss Afghanistan mission
CTV.ca, Canada - 15 hours ago
NDP Leader Jack Layton and Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed to disagree on the role of Canadian troops in Afghanistan. "Clearly ...
Karzai, Layton agree Ottawa Citizen (subscription)
Afghan president, Layton discuss military mission Toronto Star
Karzai, Layton find common ground CBC - Newfoundland & Labrador

Now the latest smear campaign is how the NDP is changing it's positon on Afghanistan. It isn't. I blogged about it here right after the convention. And I further elaborated on it here.

Now you don't have to read my blog to get it. It was also published in the MSM. But of course if you don't pay attention to what is actually said by the NDP:
the need to have a peace process in place, support for reconstruction and a limited troop prescence in the North You will continue to make stupid comments like these;

Layton's spectacular about-face on Afghanistan

Taliban Jack Now says He didn't say withdraw the troops


Also See:

NDP

Afghanistan



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3 comments:

Roy Eappen said...

Your own blog betrays you. You have a Supportb Our troop-s bring them home label on your blog. Very amusing.

Olaf said...

Your link "proving" your point doesn't work. I'm shocked. Please fix it or send it to me, and I can respond to it.

eugene plawiuk said...

Bringing the troops home means those deployed in Kandahar. The troops deployment in Kabul to protect actual reconstruction efforts was a smaller force. And the comments made by Alexa before during and after the Convention resolution refer to having troops and RCMP still deployed as a PRT in Kabul. Nothing new about that.

Olaf the links work for me.