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A 3rd instance of plagiarism revealed from the Conservatives and Harper.

Bouquets of Gray (run by the blogger who ran Buckets of Grewal, and who was noted for his analysis of that tape of Gurmant Grewal and the discovery that it had been doctored) and Jerad Gallinger over at his site have found another apparent instance of Harper and/or his speech writers heavily copying from someone else – and this time they liked the guy’s stuff so much, they copied it from TWO separate essays and rolled it into one Harper speech:

Buckets explains this side-by-side comparison:

To the right is a section of his (Harper) speech on the Canadian Wheat Board (Nov. 6, 2002); it copies sections from two […]

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New Liberal TV Ad on Harper being a copycat.

The Liberal War Room has been quick to pounce on these Harper plagiarism revelations:

Remember to visit BushHarper.com to see more of Harper copying his American Idol, George Bush in deeds as well as words.

Oh.. and don’t forget this video from Creative Revolution of some more copying Harper did from his American Republican conservative friends on the “fundamentals of the economy being strong” line conservatives like to use.

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Pictures are worth a 1000 words.

Someone came up with this in a hurry after yesterday’s discovery that Harper used Australian PM John Howard’s Iraq speech word for word (and for all intents and purposes, he has copied Bush’s foreign policy – if not in words, in practise):

Brilliant.

(H/T: The Galloping Beaver)

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A rather timely new Liberal ad.

I was away all day and missed all the fun in finding out not only do Harper and the Conservatives claim that certain experts in their field support their specific policies when they really don’t, but they also like to copy stuff word for word from other leaders – commonly known as plagiarism.

This was a word-for-word copy of John Howard’s speech over reasons why countries should join the US in going to Iraq, which makes this new campaign ad of the Liberals rather timely:

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