Monday, March 12, 2012
In Guelph broke the law. Apparently when grits break the law it is only a slight misunderstanding. The calls were not identified and the caller misidentified herself apparently. The rallies yesterday seemed to be pretty scantily attended lesS than 100 in Montreal, the usual radicals in Toronto and a tiny rally on parliament. The numbers seem so small the press didn't even report on many of the rallies. This was a lead now effort , as has been much of this. OTTAWA — Revelations about Liberal robocalls attacking an opponent over abortion are giving the Conservatives a new line of defence against allegations of vote suppression and further muddying the events leading up to the federal election in Guelph, Ont., 10 months ago. As the House of Commons returns to work Monday, the Tories are expected to deflect attacks about the robocalls scandal by shifting focus to calls sent out by a Liberal candidate's campaign two days before the election.