Jul 032013

2013-07-03.sorry-kathleen-wynneVIDEO – DESCRIPTION:

This election commercial was aired on CJBK (1290 AM – London) and AM 980 (London) during the London West provincial by-election of 2013 to promote the election of Al Gretzky to be London West’s next MPP.


Narrator: “It seems like, everyday, Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals are apologizing for something they’ve done to you.”

Voice of Kathleen Wynne: “And I am very sorry. I’m very sorry. I’m very sorry for that. The people of Ontario need to hear that I’m sorry because I am. I am sorry.”

Narrator: “Spending scandals, cover-ups, tax increases, rising electricity bills, health care delays.”

Audio clips of Kathleen Wynne: “And it’s important not just for this issue, it’s important going forward so…I’m sorry about this.”

Narrator: “What will Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals be sorry for tomorrow? Don’t wait to find out. In the coming Ontario provincial by-election, elect Al Gretzky to be your MPP in London West.”

Al Gretzky: “I’m Al Gretzky, and I’m your Freedom Party candidate, in the provincial by-election in London West.”

Narrator: “Elect Al Gretzky, because voting for Al Gretzky means never having to hear…”

Audio clips of Kathleen Wynne: “And I am very sorry. I’m sorry. That’s what I’m able to offer.”

Narrator: “This message has been paid for by the Freedom Party of Ontario.” Continue reading »

Jul 022013

2013-05-06.mckeever-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever calls into the “London Today” program hosted by Andy Oudman weekday mornings on 1290 AM CJBK. The Ontario Liberal Party has nominated the just-retired Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation head Ken Coran as its candidate for the coming London-West by-election. Coran and his union protested at the February 2013 Liberal leadership confence, at which Kathleen Wynne won the leadership of the Ontario Liberal Party. One week prior to his nomination, he endorsed or praised London West NDP candidate Peggy Sattler. The concern is that, if elected, Coran will be appointed Minister of Education.

Listen to the entire 59 minute, 16 second discussion (absent commercials). McKeever’s call starts at approximately the 35 minute, 15 second mark:

Or listen just to McKeever’s call into the show:

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