Thursday, February 28, 2008

Who's Lying: Canada Or Obama?

Well, Obama's people now say that he never sent a message to Canada about NAFTA. But first...

Obama's team is not denying the conversation CTV is reporting and it's quite plausible the criticisms would only be campaign rhetoric, and should not be taken at face value, and to add, because Obama has no intention of doing what he's campaigning on with regards to NAFTA. Obama welshing on his pledge to take public financing for the general election also comes to mind.

Read this:

The Canadian embassy is proactively reaching out to the campaigns "all the time," Norton said, to try to meet with aides who might form the foreign and economic policy teams of any future administration. "We talk about the whole range of Canada-U.S. issues which we think it's critically important that the presidential candidates be aware of including the number of jobs that depend in the United States on Canada-U.S. trade." said Roy Norton, who heads up the congressional, public and intergovernmental affairs portfolio for the Canadian embassy.

Now, tell me why they never talked about NAFTA.

Wait! Canada now denies ever mentioning the word NAFTA with either campaign:

"None of the presidential campaigns have called either the Ambassador or any of the officials here to raise Nafta," Landry said.

And if they did, why won't Obama's campaign do this?

The Clinton campaign said that they give the Canadian government "blanket immunity" to reveal who supposedly called them.

Someone's lying: Canada or Obama?

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and


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