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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by HairyAss, Sep 24, 2019.

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  1. boing

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    I am pretty sure no MSM picked this up because why would Canadians want to know what the CPC thinks, if they need to know the PM will tell them right?
     
  2. Boots

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    He's right but not a good move on his part politically because we live in a black and white world where you either have to choose one position or the other and you can't support both.
     
  3. Boots

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    Also, that's the Canada flag at the top of the Banff gondola. Beautiful spot!
     
  4. HairyAss

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    What exactly are you upset about?
     
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    they didn’t cover jagmeet Singh’s thoughts either.

    because their party leaders aren’t in charge of the country
     
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    I am not upset aboot anything I just saw that and thought I would share. What are you upset aboot?
    Now C. Mike HuntC. Mike Hunt I did watch Erin on Global's West Block which really isn't MSM it's Sunday morning TV, the rest are just more internet stories I consider MSM the evening news TV
     
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    The evening news is MSM for the geriatric set, so perfect for you!
     
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    Old habits die hard, I grew up with the news on while eating supper and still do it most nights unless it's a special event like March 14th then I'll shut it off and let the wife enjoy herself while I am eating my steak.
    And don't get to quick with the age insults you are not that far behind me.
     
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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
  11. Boots

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    C-10 didn't pass the Senate. Good to see the system work.
     
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    :bigup: I was honestly shocked but very happy that they didn't pass it.
     
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    here’s where I get confused. One minute you’re a liberal and the next minute you are opposed to a liberal bill??? Are you suggesting there’s actually a grey area between ANTIFA and White Supremacy?
     
  14. Boots

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    It's amazing to think that not everyone follows a political party lol
     
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    STOP DoGPILInG, guys! Bunch of moonpies out-Libtarding each other. DJT4EVA
     
  16. Grifter

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    :bolt:Did someone call?
    :bowdownro
     
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    So...how much you want to bet on this?

     
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    Maybe it's a Blue Face scandal this time around.
     
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    Wouldn’t most political candidates want a majority?
     
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    If it was his candidate of choice he'd be all for it but because it's not, it's an evil attempt to grab power and destroy the country :rofl:
     
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    Let’s get it over with
     
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    I wish I had a candidate of choice. :cry:
     
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    Absolutely. I 100% agree with that. Sincerely.

    But the current idiot in office shouldn't have one with the track record at hand and the countries debt at record levels.

    I don't know about you but I never liked it when my account used to hit the overdraft. Some people on here must be ok with that?

    I am raising my kids to not spend what they don't have. Guess I'm wrong?
     
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    There is all kinds of ammo from the past couple years this was a good one, only tax dollars right, and $200,000,000 is pocket change right now.
     
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    You talk like the Prime Minister has any power other than being the figurehead to his party. He can’t single handedly pass down decisions that his party doesn’t support. Stop talking like any Canadian Prime Minister has dictatorial powers.
     
  30. Grifter

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    :blahblah: no matter who's making the decisions... I'm not ok with the decisions being made.
     
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    So then say you don’t agree with the choices of the party in power instead of pretending like Trudeau is in an office all by himself writing and signing executive orders laughing maniacally without anyone able to stop him. The exaggerations of a Prime Minister, any Prime minister set on destroying a country is asinine and immature and just makes people stop listening.
     
  32. Grifter

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    All good. Our military needs no funding.. Our veterans don't need any care. Our oil patch is bad and evil. Our country being in debt isn't a problem. $10 daycare is great for every province but Alberta. It's all good! Who needs to live in a country where debt isn't a problem and having a good stance in the g7, while touting a positive bank account and folks don't need to worry about where their next meal is coming from. What about a great military? All provinces in a country being happy with each other and peaceful. Having a prime minister that cared about all provinces and not forgetting one in a Canada address... Equalization payments being mandated even though the province shelling out is going through hard times and being bled dry... Nah, none of those things matter!
    The day you can show me a prime minister candidate that cares about all of that? Even if they're liberal I'll vote for them.
     
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    you seem to think I’m defending someone. The issue is the party in power, not the person leading it. And that every time, not just this time.
     
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    Even the provincial conservatives are embarrassed by the federal ones lol

     
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    Yes but when the person leading the Liberal party and everyone here has blamed a previous leader of the CPC Party, Stephen Harper, you my have heard his name mentioned here a few times over the last couple years. He has also been blamed for every problem over the last five years of the Liberal government.
    I think blaming the leader is the same as blaming the entire party. I know when I am speaking about Trudeau I am speaking am about the entire Liberal party :shrug2:
     
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