Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by HairyAss, Sep 24, 2019.
And so it begins
Most of them probably don't even know where our capitol is to stage an insurrection
Interesting to see newspaper endorsements like this, especially when conservatives are always going on about liberal media bias and 'main stream media'
Look at this douche driving around locally
Doesn't this guy have a cousin he should be fucking?
Came here for erection results, leaving unfulfilled and frustrated.
People hate Truedau so much!
That guy went and paid money to make an ugly flag to hang on his ugly truck to show how much he hates the guy that Canada just approved to be their leader for another four years. This guy is going places
Love this (sorry for the Facebook link - This Hour Has 22 Minutes shares to FB way earlier than youtube for some reason): https://fb.watch/8b5AsfZiui/
I thought that's what they were doing and phone in's
There are a lot of good people there but they want someone from the East and the CPC attacked the liberals leaders so bad it's coming back and biting them in the ass, Hard
I Like Michelle Rempel Garner she is hated by both left and right but is married to an American but I guess it really shouldn't matter right? If there is one woman in the HOC right now that I would pick for leader it's her.
look at the fucking frame
If the CPC spent more time telling people why they were the better vote instead of trying to trash the liberals they would have done better. Negative selling does nothing.
I thought the liberals were more on the negative side off the start this time, they had the Unifor ad the first day of the campaign and it was bash O'Toole right to the end from there on.
That's what I saw out here anyway things may have varied depending on location. and mindset
There was definitely a fair share of shitting on O'Toole from the liberal side. It didn't seem to be all they had though. They still promoted their ideas a fair share.
Can anyone confirm these numbers? Conservatives would have won without the PPC assuming PPC voters voted for CPC?
I'm perfectly find with the whack-a-doodles in their own party.
You can’t make inferences with that. What’s to say without a far right, some of the CPC voters would have voted liberal, or without the NDP the liberal numbers would have been up. It’s a coulda woulda shoulda scenario
Conservatives would also have won if they had a platform that appealed to more Canadians. The bar wasn't exactly set very high with the amount of people just 'meh' with Trudeau.
The "News MSM" was saying that the PPC was pulling from extreme RIGHT and LEFT
I call extreme BULLSHIT with them pulling from the extreme left or everyone here would have voted for them.
Saw this as well, good for her New MP for Peterborough Kawartha
If you think there are extreme left here, you have no idea what extreme left is
Extreme left aren't people who vote conservative from time to time lol
The ndp is more left than the libs and I don’t think anyone had a toss up of a time with voting for them or the ppc
Honestly I believe they did pull some of the younger voters.
The typical 18 to 30 year olds don't vote conservative, they vote NDP, if they vote at all. PPC grabbed a startling number of young voters along with the normal age demographic because of their anti vax stance.
In the past. The left has moved so far left that centrists are now considered right!
Well you think Grifter and myself are extreme right so that must make you extreme left.
You are further Left on the spectrum than I am Right there Che
Did you read that on a meme somewhere?
You’ve stated previously that your definition of far left includes anyone who votes for Trudeau. So I don’t think you can partake in this game because you’re too silly.
You know this isn't true.
In fact, give most of the people that are still here on these boards a proper Red Tory and I'm sure most of us would vote for them. That doesn't exist right now.
No surprise: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/annamie-paul-stepping-down-green-leader-1.6190793
may as well just fold up the party at this point