Monday, October 13, 2008

The Question is: Will the Crown Charge Stephen Harper with Perjury?

Now that the Conservatives' own paid-for witness has testified that the Cadman tapes have not been doctored, and Harprer's testimony seems to be a wee bit of a lie, will Stephen Harper be the first Prime Minister in the history of Canada to be charge with perjury?

He is friends with the Minister of Justice though....or at least he is until tomorrow night.


Prairie Kid said...


Harper didn't understand the question that was asked on the tape. He gets a do-over.

Anonymous said...

"Perjury" what is that?
Lying under oath I think?
How could he be charged with perjury? I'm sure you must ge confusing Harper with Stephane Dion,Gilles Duceppe, Paul Martin, Jean Chretien, Brian Mulroney, KarlHeinz Schrieber and Elizabeth May.
You sound like dumb lawyer who isn't able to read an election poll and should be sued for your lying accusation which I think is called liable when you put it in print.

Mala Fides said...


Is there something you don't understand about lying under oath?

What did Harper say in his affidavit?

What did he say on the stand?

What is he saying now?

What is the truth?

This is a real problem for Harper.

Tell me Hoeey, what is your definition of lying under oath?

Hooey, you sound like dumb human.

Just watch for Harper's bogus defamation claim to die a quiet death right after the election.

Anonymous said...

As far as I know he's saying the same thing now as then.
I'd more worried about Stephane Dion and Elizabeth May's lying to their own candidates and the voters about "strategic voting".
Where's Paul Martins "inquisition" for putting Conservative Belinda Stronach in his cabinet.
Like that wasn't a "bribe"!
Of course Harper "bribed" Cadmen but Belinda a seat in Canada's Cabinet, go blow on a tale pipe and save the hot air and "GHG's" Liberal.

AnonymousCoward said...

You're out of date.

CTV News reported Monday that two audio experts, hired by the Liberal Party of Canada to analyze the tape, found that "the recording cannot be shown to be complete."

James Curran said...

I may be out of touch...but you'll always be a coward, Coward.

James Curran said...

"However, the report also states that it would be impossible to determine if such an alteration was even made, and that the journalist who recorded the tape -- Tom Zytaruk -- likely did not have the tools or knowledge necessary to alter the tape in such a fashion."

I'm certain I'm still very much in touch.

Mala Fides said...

Harper is the coward.

It is too bad that Canadians haven't yet figured out what makes Harper tick.

He is a coward and a bully.

He insults the courts and has no respect for judges or Canadian jurisprudence and then turns around and sues everything that moves in order to put a chill on the truth and stop any criticism about him, his policies or his raft of untruths.

The fact that there is a case that is titled, "Harper vs. Canada" speaks for itself.

I am not making it up!!!

Harper vs. Canada.

He sues his opposition for speaking the truth, he sues his own country in order to allow third parties to inject partisan bile into a campaign outside of the Election Canada spending limits. (Can you imagine an even more childish or abusive ad campaign than we have seen Harper unleash?)

He refuses to be accountable to Parliament or even to his own laws.

There's a word for this type of "leader". . . You figure it out.

Harper's disdain for accountability and his now obvious thin-skin should be making it clear to Canadians that he is as close to the extreme right-wing as this country has ever seen.

It is shocking that Canadians have seen fit to put this man into the position where he may win a majority government.

Politics, yes even democratic politics are incredibly important.

People think that elections don't matter because all of the parties are rotten.

When Canadians realize that they have elected a majority Conservative Government whose leader has staked his career on reducing the federal government to irrelevance, perhaps then they will understand how poorly they paid attention to this election;

When Canadians realize that without a strong federal government which coordinates and protects our National interests, this country will very quickly see its resources and interests put up for sale. Maybe then Canadians will start to question the decision they made on October 14th, 2008.

Do you remember how you feel about Mike Harris? Do you think Americans would still have voted for Bush if they had a do over?
Don't have buyer's remorse.

Harper and his party have made it clear that they do not believe in the federal government. What kind of country do they want to create and why haven't Canadians learned anything from the American experience of the last 8 years?

Wake up Canada!!!

AnonymousCoward said...

James Curran, sticks and stones.

Anonymous said...

Harper wants to muzzle your freedom to choose what keeps you healthy.
Stephen Harper and Tony Clement are being sued for violations of our constitutional freedoms. This is a historic occasion. Oct 13, 2008 Bills C-51, C-52.