“Canadians may be growing weary of — even hostile to — all those Economic Action Plan ads the Harper government has been pumping out for the last four years.”
Canadians are growing increasingly weary of — even hostile to — Stephen Harper’s ”Economic Action Plan” “1984″-style propaganda, with which they’ve been bombarded in the last four years via print, radio, TV and Internet ads. They’ve had enough of the prime minister‘s photos on the plan’s splashy website. In fact, Canadians are so annoyed they call the multi-million-dollar EAP ads what they really are: annoying, propaganda and a “waste of money”.
So says the most recent of eight $300 000 taxpayer-funded surveys commissioned by the Department of Finance.