Justin Trudeau Stars as Mr. Shue from Glee in his Latest Video! POLL April 24, 2013

Justin Trudeau Stars as Mr. Shue from Glee in his Latest Video!  POLL April 24, 2013

WillSchuesterCFN– Everyone loves Mr. Shue on Glee, right?  Hot teacher, smart, kind, caring, Liberal strategists must think so as they rolled out a new Justin ad to combat the Conservative attack ad.

Justin puffs on his accomplishments and hits some points, but like eating at Subway; you’re left wondering what exactly you ate and why?

Why this ad fails is that it’s playing to those who would already be voting for Justin. That’s not bad, but it doesn’t win elections does it?

Michael Ignatieff tried the we’re better thing last election; nicer, smarter Liberals, yes, but this is a country whose largest city voted Rob Ford in as mayor. I’m not sure sure that Canada is looking for nicer and smarter even if they probably should.

This ad won’t cause a single Conservative to vote Red. It probably won’t even give a Dipper pause for thought. It’s a “look at how special I am” kinda video and by now if Canadians don’t know who JT is well he’s in pretty big trouble.

Justin is like a promising up and comer, a First Round Draft pick and maybe a Number One overall.

But running for Prime Minister is not like playing in the Q or OHL. It’s showtime and Mr. Trudeau is asking Canadians to give him the keys to the castle.

He’s going to have to up the ante and leading a party that’s number three going to have to convince Canadians why they should buy into him and his vision…whatever that is…

What do you think Canada? Which ad do you prefer so far? The Harper Attack ad or the Trudeau one? You can vote below and post your comment.

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Lou
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I despise the Conservatives but in terms of running an effective ad, I have to hand it to them. Nothing will make me vote for them short of their scrapping the OFA, but this ad is sufficient to give many Canadians pause in terms of voting for Justin. But when the choice is francophone Trudeau or French citizen Mulcair, for English Canadian liberals there is no choice at all. I will vote in 2015. But I need someone to vote for. the Conservatives are not those people. So far, neither is Justin. Or French citizen Mulcair (did I already say… Read more »
Reg Coffey
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It’s not the party faithfuls that win elections it’s the undecided and how you influence them. I personally hope that the positive warm fuzzy feeling adds have more effect than the mean spirited attack adds, but what do I know. I always look for the lunatic fringe party to vote for. They seem to make more sense to me.

Bring back the Great Rhinoceros party!!

Highlander
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OMG too funny ,I love the algebra in the background on the chalkboard to show his accomplishment for being a theatrical teacher for 6 months?

Or was it his leadership skills as a camp counselor and white water rafting instructor that determined his leadership skills or as the majority knows it- HIS LAST NAME.

Hey Justin do you know what Harper does for a hobby ?
Reading government policy ,yes its dry but its a passion for him !Justin you are way out of your league you and your party will get eaten up and spit out.

PJ Robertson
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Amen to that, Reg.

Richard tremblay
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I remember a while back when jean chrétien was running ads that started with, hello my name is jean, and he said, to give dignity to the unemployed. The new liberal ad is good, at least they come up with something. They realized that ignoring the ads doesn’t work. Justin is not stupid, he knows that the conservatives have money to burn and time on their hands. The ads are just the beginning. I hope it works though cause I’m getting tired of seeing the american style attack ads harper has brought over. Unless everything changes, harper’s worst case scenario… Read more »
Highlander
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Admin : One province no longer dictates what party gets in . The old analogy was if you got Quebec you have the country is no longer and with 30 new seats next election that analogy will be put to bed. Quebecers have chosen the far left those neo NDP’s of which a number have jumped ship back to the separatist . The NDP have hurt their chances across Canada for this and may remain mainly a Quebec regional party . But if the liberals were to gain seats it would be mainly at the cost of the NDP,as the… Read more »
Richard tremblay
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Unless justin does a big blunder he might get leader of the opposition. He has to get the maritimes and Ontario the west is a foregone conclusion. The devil himself could run under the conservative banner in the alberta and he would win hands down. I wish that all parties would have the same financial backing so it could be fair. Mr Harper, with all of his past blunders is a shoe in to win again because he starts so much ahead. Plus I have never been a fan of political personal attack ads. I’d rather lose with dignity and… Read more »
Eric
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I know few details of liberal policies and directions will be out till an election is imminent, for fear of idea borrowing or lashing out against them, but people need the information. Needed to make an informed choice and not one based on party. The immigrants and families from past liberal policies are beginning to vote conservative, the west remembers the liberal energy plan and others are waiting and watching without guaranteeing votes anymore. I like how the video has the globe turned the right way, the flag is showing, but mostly, I prefer the way ads are presented around… Read more »
peter
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Weak, shallow ,no substance. he has no platform, other than to talk in generalities. no vision, as to what he will do. No specific goals other than to PRESUME to state what Canadians want. How would he know ? He lost the Calgary by-election for the liberals by his comments concerning Alberta. Correct, when people here are realizing that the conservatives are cutting into the immigrant vote. Especially in Toronto the core city, and the GTA . Mcguinty is also aiding in the rise of the conservatives,another liberal genius. NDP, will loose big time, those quebec seats, will go, back… Read more »
The Watcher
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@ Highlander
You say Harper’s hobby is “reading government policy.” Are you sure? After all, this would imply that Harper can actually read.

peter
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@ richard

Stephen Harper is the Prime Minister of one of the world’s most economically successful countries. He has more degrees than a thermoneter, and has been considered in the world community of leaders , as having as much respect as any current world leader.

Can you please blog us your resume, and we can then compare your skills set to that of P.M. Mr. Harper’s. I think both highlander and myself would be very interested to “read” your accomplishments and then we can make a fair and accurate comparsion .

Richard tremblay
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I’ll agree with one thing, Mr harper is smart. He added 200 billion to our debt, wasted billions on planes and promotional programs, one of his employees was arrested because of the robocall scandal, he slanders his opponents while knowing they have no money to reply to attack adds. Regardless of all that, he has some canadians thinking that is a good thing and we shouldn’t expect something better.

The Watcher
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@ Peter ? You want my resume? Well then, I have a degree, in science, and I’ve worked in both the forestry and mining industries. I’ve also been a business/technical writer. And I also know how to spell my last name. Harper has more degrees than a thermometer? That’s actually pretty good, although I don’t think Harper’s handlers would want that repeated. With his two degrees, then obviously his thermometer must only have one, which explains why he is so totally ignorant of global warming and climate change. But then again, Harper’s two degrees (Bachelor and Master) are both in… Read more »
Peter
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@ richard, apologies if my spelling is not up to snuff. as I have stated many times, on this site I have extremely poor eyesight. It takes me tons of time to type one blog, and even then with proof reading I get it wrong . Yes, yes global warming and climate change . It is my understanding that many of the sciencists still disagree on the this. I am also led to believe that there were some of these so-called experts that fudged their findings. I would have to see practical solutions for all of these enviromental issues, as… Read more »
The Watcher
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Peter, you might find it easier if you hit CTRL/SHIFT + on your keyboard once or twice. This will magnify the type and make it easier for you. It is your understanding that climate scientists disagree on global warming. No, Peter, they don’t. Although there are some legitimate differences of opinion on some of the finer details, over 97% agree with the findings that increasing man-made CO2 is increasing the average temperature of the planet, which will have very serious consequences on weather patterns, water distribution etc. in the future. You and I are maybe old enough that we personally… Read more »
peter
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@ richard Wow , What amouthful. it is nice to read posts here by people that appear to know what they are talking about. Also, thanks for the computer tip, I doubt it will haelp, my eyes are that bad. Now on to your, posts. First off, i am not an enviromentalist, never was, and I am not into science at all, I actually hated it in school. Having said that, my sources information I acquired will no doubt be dismissed by you out right. Lowell Green and Sun news, like i said, i am not into the enviroment as… Read more »
peter
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@ Richard Just to continue, I have advocated for years to get quebec out of Canada. there is NOTHING Canadian about quebec. They have their owm immigration laws , their own business laws. They are the only jurisdiction in the western hemisphere that encourages its citizens to squeal ( rat out ) any person they deem that displays signsin English. Things like “pasta” and “the infamous “penis ring ” fiasco. I believe, this issue is as important ,if not more than the enviroment, beacuse it centers on BASIC and INALIEABLE AND HUMAN RIGHTS. Imagine any person in any Canadian province… Read more »
peter
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@ Richard This is my third post today to you. I clicked on my last post, but they didn’t post it. So, I’ll have to repeat. Pipeline issues: yes these piplines cross fragile areas. However, it is my understanding that the companies involved have done all that is possible to : a) prevent a leak, break etc b) Have put in place the very best safeguards in case of a leak etc. as well setting up compensation funds in case the worst happens. Airplanes fly overhead, and crash into people, are we to stop flying altogether, When one goes down,… Read more »
peter
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@ Richard Follow up on Pipelines and the like: Richard, I believe you make excellent and valid points regarding your stance on the enviroment. But, there is always a but isn’t there ? But it is my understanding that these companies do everything within their power to : a) Prevent leaks, cracks and the like from happening b) have measures in place to address any accidents and provide compensation, such monies that may be needed for families etc. I know , from your prespective these are weak, But what are we to do ? Airplanes crash all the time over… Read more »
Kat
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ha ha ha… Harper’s hobby is reading government policy?! good grief, it is his passion?!?! I think that just maybe these advertisements have done nothing but show Canadians just how afraid of Justin the Conservative party is. I know it is hard for them to admit it.. but showing clips of J.T. from 1999 and running them completely out of context is silly little high school tactic… and HORROR, not a CAMP COUNSELLOR, gasp, how can that be! What kind of filth is a camp counsellor?! Not someone smart enough to run this country! I mean, Harper has been so… Read more »
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