Attack ads can help you, too

I now know how to raise money, enough to retire on. I will ask the Harper Conservatives to do an attack ad against me.

I now know how to raise money, enough to retire on. I will ask the Harper Conservatives to do an attack ad against me.

Justin Trudeau became the Liberal leader on a Sunday, Harper released an attack ad of him raising money for the Canadian Liver Foundation on Monday, and the Liberals received $316,000 in donations by Wednesday and the Canadian Liver Foundations saw an increase in donations.

I do not want to be selfish so if I send pictures or videos of me volunteering, then the groups would also benefit.

Every volunteer or non-profit group who has seen their funding cut by the Harper government should send their story, pictures and videos to the Harper Conservative war room in Ottawa. They are experts at attacking people and groups (especially personal) and have the war-chest to develop and produce all kinds of ads.

Then the funds should start rolling in.

I see they made fun of Trudeau growing a mustache for cancer. I have a bigger mustache, does that help?

Harper, can you send us the applications for getting personally attacked by ads, because we could all sure use the money? Non-profit groups would not need government funding, taxes would go down, and all thanks to Old Harper Attack Ads. You should be proud.

Garfield Marks

Red Deer

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