As the Tories and Dippers released new television ads, the Liberal Party has unveiled a new T-shirt with the slogan "Stephen Harper NOT Here For Canada" slapped across the front. It is a spoof of Odagate, and what I'd like to know is when they put in the order for the shirts and where did they order them from? This faux controversy is what, 2-3 weeks old? Did they buy Canadian? It would be nice if they sent some of that vote subsidy money to provide jobs to Canadian T-shirt makers. The Canadian T-shirt industry has been decimated by cheap foreign imports. I suspect that Mike Ignatieff is "NOT" here for Canada.
Were these shirts made ordered, made, and delivered in just a few short weeks, and at what point in this story did they place the order? It took us a week to get all the facts in surrounding Odagate, as it is quite a complicated and convoluted string of events. Is it possible that they ordered the T-shirts before this hit the news? Who thought up T-shirt idea?