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  1. "We shouldn't be doing things for the sake of it." said UK's health secretary Javid Singh (BBC). Why? The recently published results on vaccine effects may suggest that passports limited to vaccinated may not be very effective in controlling the spread of the infection, because vaccination, though reducing, does not eliminate transmission of the infection. And if a clear public health benefit cannot be demonstrated, in the countries with functional independent judiciary such measures may not stand to legal challenges. "The Night Time Industries Association warned the plans could have crippled the industry and seen nightclubs facing discrimination cases." Morale: when one has to prove and defend their actions, one tends to think about them more seriously. Not all though. Maybe because not all of those who decide and manage have to think, explain, prove and defend their measures and policies?
    4 points
  2. 94% of all covid deaths are 65+ and/or with 2.5 comorbidities.
    4 points
  3. Guys I found the liberal platform. It was just released.
    4 points
  4. I think that Liberals made a big mistake calling for an unnecessary election in the middle of pandemic. People are angry blaming governments, jobless, fed up with lockdowns, loss of jobs, bad economy and frustrated at anyone in power blaming everybody for their bad lives. Liberals asked them to re-elect them with a majority like past two years has been a hell!!!!!!
    4 points
  5. I hear a lot of people whining that this election was unnecessary. That is incorrect. We all heard a lot of voters who were unhappy with Prime Minister Trudeau. By calling this election, we had the opportunity to replace him. This was their big chance. If you didn't like the government, you wanted this election.
    3 points
  6. What ICU’s are filled? Tilting at windmills. We’re imposing restrictions for political and psychological reasons that have little bearing on public safety. There aren’t many at-risk people left to vaccinate. Kids are quite safe. End all restrictions. Let people take responsibility for their Covid safety.
    3 points
  7. Whether you agree or not, the fact is that vaccines can cause serious side-effects to some people. It's understandable for some people to be wary, and distrustful of it.....especially when it is acknowledged that there can be some serious damage. Why are people being forced to put chemicals into their own body? To say that they endanger others, is not good enough an excuse to be AUTHORITARIAN with this mandate. It is the responsibility of each and everyone of us to be responsible for our own selves. You protect yourself the way you see fit! You have that right! However - your right doesn't extend to stepping on someones else's right. There are other ways that can be given as alternatives without having to eliminate choices! Rapid testing before anyone can come in could be among them. Using masks or ppe can be an additional implementation for protection. So - why are the Liberals and NDP being so adamant that it's .......................either this, or the highway? We have to consider the ideology of these two parties. The NDP is admittedly a socialist party (therefore, no surprise there). And, Trudeau has been vocally appreciative of Communist regimes like China (therefore, no surprise there either)! The Liberal Party - just like the Democrats in the USA - isn't the same Liberal Party that your parents had supported years ago. The Liberal Party is now far left-leaning. We have to acknowledge that. Fear of this virus, is real to so many people. Fear....................................... that can be EXPLOITED! ARE WE BEING GROOMED TO BE OPEN TO............................. AND, ACCEPT AN AUTHORITARIAN GOVERNMENT?
    3 points
  8. Incredible that Trudeau, a so-called ideological ally of the US Democrat Party, isn’t taken seriously by the Biden administration. We should’ve known that this was coming when Canada didn’t ban Huawei from 5G networks. Trudeau, a self-proclaimed admirer of China, doesn’t have the diplomatic relationship that he thought he had with China to get the two Michaels released from Chinese detention. The US exercised its extradition treaty with Canada to get at a Huawei executive, driving a wedge between Canada and China. Harper was wise to be hawkish on China, making it clear where Canada’s loyalties lie. Trudeau has lost credibility with both the US and China. If O’Toole wins, he would be wise to take a firm, scathing stance against China, boost Canadian military strength and independence, and diversify trade from the US. Canada is too reliant on US trade and military power. China is a manipulative totalitarian superpower that cannot be trusted. We need to either shift our offshore production from China to other cheap jurisdictions or pay more to manufacture more items ourselves with our higher labour costs. The latter option is the more painful one in the short-term, but it has the best long term impacts for Canadian employment and independence.
    3 points
  9. That pact was for countries in the north Atlantic to deter Russian aggression. This pact is for the primary Anglosphere countries to deter Chinese aggression. Clearly Canada has no interest in deterring Chinese aggression. It prefers to grovel and feels of it does this long enough perhaps it will get a pat on the head and be rewarded with a nice bone. Plus China is working, using its influence to keep Trudeau in power. It likes having a weakling in charge here. Most Chinese language media in Canada are controlled by China and they're all working to get Trudeau elected.
    3 points
  10. That is so tru. When he said it will be down till the natives say so, he lost all authority.
    3 points
  11. Though young and healthy, unvaccinated father dies of COVID MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Healthy and in their 30s, Christina and Josh Tidmore figured they were low-risk for COVID-19. With conflicting viewpoints about whether to get vaccinated against the virus filling their social media feeds and social circles, they decided to wait. On July 20, Josh came home from work with a slight cough initially thought to be sinus trouble. On Aug. 11, he died of COVID-19 at a north Alabama hospital as Christina Tidmore witnessed a doctor and her team frantically try to resuscitate her husband. … “Josh was completely healthy, active, not a smoker.” He would have turned 37 on Saturday. Doctors say they are seeing a spike in cases among young adults and children as the highly contagious delta variant sweeps through unvaccinated populations. Medical officials say there is conflicting information on whether it makes people more severely ill or whether young people are more vulnerable to it, but it’s clear the contagiousness means more young people and children are getting sick. “There is no question that the average age of people who are being hospitalized is going down,” State Health Officer Scott Harris said Friday…. https://apnews.com/article/health-coronavirus-pandemic-32b7763e53ec1c77b18e842a264ecb03 LA man who mocked Covid-19 vaccines dies of virus Stephen Harmon, a member of the Hillsong megachurch, had been a vocal opponent of vaccines, making a series of jokes about not having the vaccine. "Got 99 problems but a vax ain't one," the 34-year-old tweeted to his 7,000 followers in June. He was treated for pneumonia and Covid-19 in a hospital outside Los Angeles, where he died on Wednesday. In the days leading up to his death, Mr Harmon documented his fight to stay alive, posting pictures of himself in his hospital bed. "Please pray y'all, they really want to intubate me and put me on a ventilator," he said. In his final tweet on Wednesday, Mr Harmon said he had decided to go under intubation. "Don't know when I'll wake up, please pray," he wrote. Despite his struggle with the virus, Mr Harmon still said he would reject being jabbed, saying his religious faith would protect him.….. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-57958358 A mom of 4 who died of covid days after her husband makes one final wish: ‘Make sure my kids get vaccinated’ Out of options, the Galveston, Tex., mother of four, asked her family to make a promise: “Please make sure my kids get vaccinated,” Rodriguez, a piano teacher, told her sister during their last phone call. Rodriguez died Monday — two weeks after her husband, Lawrence Rodriguez, 49, also died after coronavirus complications. The couple fought the virus from hospital beds just a few feet from one another in a Texas intensive care unit, Jones said.…. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/08/18/texas-couple-declined-covid-19-vaccine-died-orphans/ Fitness enthusiast, 42, who rejected vaccine, dies of Covid Sarah Marsh A “fit and healthy” 42-year-old who loved climbing mountains and lifting weights has died of Covid-19 after refusing to get vaccinated, leaving his twin sister and mother heartbroken. The two women warned others not to think they are invulnerable to the dangers of the virus. The father of one, John Eyers, a construction expert from Southport in Merseyside, was described by his sister Jenny McCann as “the fittest, healthiest person I know”. She added that her brother had been climbing Welsh mountains and camping in the wild four weeks before his death. But he was left in intensive care after catching coronavirus, and told his consultant before he was ventilated that he wished he had been vaccinated. His twin said his death was “a tragedy”. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/aug/04/fit-and-healthy-man-42-from-southport-who-rejected-vaccine-dies-of-covid A Texas GOP leader railed against vaccines and masks. Then he died of covid. Jonathan EdwardsAugust 5, 2021 at 7:04 a.m. EDT The month before, Apley had responded to what Baltimore’s former health commissioner was heralding as “great news” — clinical trials showed that the Pfizer vaccine was effective at fighting the coronavirus, including one of the recent variants, for at least six months. “You are an absolute enemy of a free people,” Apley wrote in a Twitter reply. And on Friday, the 45-year-old Dickinson City Council member republished a Facebook post implying that vaccines don’t work. Two days later, Apley was admitted to a Galveston hospital with “pneumonia-like symptoms” and tested positive for coronavirus, according to an online fundraising campaign. He was sedated and put on a ventilator. On Wednesday, he died, members of his county’s party announced on social media. Patrick McGinnis, chairman of the Galveston County Republican Party, said in a statement that Apley’s death was a “tragedy … magnified by his youth, his young family especially his very young son.”… https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/08/05/texas-gop-leader-antimask-antivax-dies-covid/ Young, unvaccinated COVID patients are dying in Acadiana: 'We're stuck in this nightmare' A 24-year-old Lafayette nurse and a 30-year-old Eunice pastor died over the weekend after seeking hospital treatment for COVID-19, according to social media posts from friends and family. Their untimely deaths have highlighted Acadiana's divide over coronavirus vaccines, sparked lively debates and raised important questions at a time when their loved ones are still grieving. "This is now the face of what we are seeing in our community," Dr. Britni Hebert, a Lafayette internal medicine physician, said in a Monday interview. "And that is no longer the 70- and 80-year-old grandparents that are suffering and dying from COVID. These are 23-year-olds. They're 15-year-olds. They're 35-year-olds. They're young parents. "They are people with decades left to give to their life, their family, their community. That is an unspeakable loss, and it was preventable."..,, https://www.theadvocate.com/acadiana/news/coronavirus/article_c4f70fb6-e3de-11eb-95a5-cb7b3f1edb55.html Texas man who led anti-mask protests in name of ‘freedom’ dies of Covid-19 A man who led efforts in his central Texas community against mask-wearing and other preventative measures during the coronavirus pandemic has died from Covid-19, a month after being admitted to the emergency room. Caleb Wallace died on Saturday, his wife Jessica Wallace said on a GoFundMe page where she posted updates on his condition, the San Angelo Standard-Times reported. He was 30 years old and a father of three. His wife is pregnant with their fourth child. “Caleb has peacefully passed on,” Jessica Wallace wrote. “He will forever live in our hearts and minds.” On 4 July 2020, Caleb Wallace helped organize the Freedom Rally in San Angelo. People at the event carried signs that criticized the wearing of masks, business closures, the science behind Covid-19 and liberal media….. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/aug/29/texas-caleb-wallace-anti-mask-protests-freedom-dies-covid-19
    3 points
  12. Climate Barbie was right if you shout it loud enough and often enough Canadians will believe what ever you tell them.. It is almost like Canadians are not smart enough to do their own research, that they have to be spoon fed everything.... and if it comes form the liberals it has to be true... Any one with fire arms has debunked the liberals truth many times over...And yet some how legal gun owners are to blame for everything that is wrong in this country... And now Justin is providing funding to ban all handguns across the country....all in the name of keeping Canadians safer what a load of horse shit... we don't need a leader, what we need is for people to start thinking on their own.... Canadians deserve Justin and his merry band of lying sacks of shit.
    3 points
  13. As always, it depends on who's telling the story. Here's a different version of the same story. " Thousands of Canadian nurses and healthcare workers took to the streets Wednesday to protest against vaccine mandates and take a stand against “medical tyranny.” The protests, organized by Canadian Frontline Nurses (CFN), were held in 18 cities across Canada on the same day the Ontario government announced its plans to impose a vaccine passport in the coming weeks." Healthcare workers protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and “medical tyranny” As to the protest signs...apparently the CBC wants to diss them but doesn't want you to see them. Me, I'm not afraid of them. Let's have a look and see what the CBC finds so objectionable.
    3 points
  14. Vaccinated people can be infected. Unvaccinated people can be infected. Unvaccinated people have a greater chance of being infected than vaccinated people. "Unvaccinated people are 22 time more likely to be infected therefore they have a much greater chance of infecting others for this simple reason. " -We are forgetting one major point. The individual must be infected, if they are not infected there are no grounds for transmission. If an individual is infected they can and should self isolate, preventing infection. most unvaccinated people are not infected, most vaccinated people are not infected. Both can be infected, but we have the choice at this moment, either we assume everyone is infected or we do not assume everyone is infected. If the goal is to have a society where only uninfected people are allowed into public spaces, the only option would be to test all individuals upon entrance into the public spaces. This means vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals would get a quick test before entering a public space or possibly their homes.
    3 points
  15. Trudeau is not, and never has been fit to lead this country. I think he has a personality disorder, or has psychopathic tendencies.
    3 points
  16. As long as our MSM is so far left there's not much the conservatives can do. If O'Toole said: "I will not recognize more than 22 genders" the hounds at CTV and CBC would compare him to Hitler, and all that we'd see in the news for the next month is glam-shots of Trudeau snot-bubble-crying and giving teddy bears to heroic 6 year olds after their sex-change surgeries. The media is the real enemy here, Trudeau is just capitalizing.
    3 points
  17. Canada, as usual, admits floods of people from the wrong places. This will be our demise. It’s happening before our eyes and we pretend it’ll settle down and we’ll be a delightful “multicultural” mosaic. It won’t be. On local public transit there is virtually no English spoken. Canada will get what it deserves.
    3 points
  18. Perhaps the main differences are O'Toole seems a lot less shallow, narcissistic, smug and self-serving, and he and his party are a lot less obsessed with identity politics and a lot more likely to be careful about spending us into the poor house.
    3 points
  19. The liberals announced they will now refer to COVID-19 as our "viral brothers".
    3 points
  20. Don't kid yourself...feds and several provinces in Canada are curtailing liberties, imposing restrictions, limiting commerce and livelihoods, etc. Supporting these restrictions, especially without due process, is not conservatism....it is supporting tyranny.
    3 points
  21. "You don't care about the welbeing of others?" was the drama question warranting the drama response.
    2 points
  22. CBC has been struggling to find "the election question". We understand, it's a very difficult challenge, and we're here to help, with a simple and direct single world candidate: Why? Why the st()d election was even made in the first place? Who asked for it? And who needed it? Just like in the classical sleuth story ask yourself these simple questions and it's nowhere near a mind-bending mystery. Why was it necessary (to who?) to spend more hundreds of millions of taxpayer's money (does anybody even count them anymore?) in the middle of the pandemic's most dangerous variant wave to send millions of dutiful voters to the poll stations exposing them to horrible droplets and aerosols? To think of it, would-be PM calling for mandatory this and require that with a single brief walk creates the most massive pandemic gathering event in years (how many millions?) across the country, to achieve: what? What can it, and would do for us? (sure it could upgrade the power status of one party-corporation from virtually monarch-like to formally such, but would it do anything for us?). And no matter how many times asked, at rallies, debates or informally have you heard a clear and intelligible answer: why? Did you hear it, even once?
    2 points
  23. Who's gonna pay for your welfare and pogey then?
    2 points
  24. Be careful what you wish for. If they go that means fewer people to carry the financial load in this country. Those would be the people that subsidize Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Just saying.
    2 points
  25. Nope BC. But loathe socialist dirt bags that have destroyed a once great nation.
    2 points
  26. Without the massive spending to support people and businesses during the pandemic, we would be in an economic wasteland. China did not "unleash" covid 19, it was where the virus first infected humans. China didn't have much say in the matter. People seem to forget Prime Minister Harper inherited a healthy surplus from the Liberals and took us into massive deficit with nothing to show for it.
    2 points
  27. The problem is that while in Australia all major parties agree on the importance of a strong military, the Liberals in Canada never have, and when in opposition use every opportunity to politicize any and all military purchase and actions. For example, they got us into Afghanistan, but once the Tories were in power they did everything they could to make Canadians want us out. They searched for 'scandal' in everything from how Americans treated prisoners we handed over to the cost of new equipment. The Liberals signed us onto the F35 purchasing program, but once in opposition they did everything in their power to make it seem like a complete waste of money. every action, every death in combat was another opportunity for them to score points against the Tories. And now in power they've pushed all capital projects to the rear burner because Trudeau only cares about spending money on improving his popularity. And he figures the Canadians who care most about the military probably don't vote Liberal anyway.
    2 points
  28. You have the right to not be INTENTIONALLY infected by others. There is legislation for that. But no one has the right to be NOT infected with anything. That's "act of God" stuff. People go around infecting others with the flu and the common cold all year long, both of which are also deadlier and harder on the elderly and those with comorbidities. What are you going to do, start suing the person (you think) gave you the flu and cost you a week at work? Grama gets a flu, which turns into pneumonia, which leads to cardiac arrest - are you going to sue? And who do you sue? All this for an illness with over 99% survival rate. It's like shooting a bazooka into a crowd to kill a mosquito.
    2 points
  29. Canadians want to eat their cake as well, they want a viable military when it comes to ice storms or floods, forest fires or when 50,000 Lebanese Canadians wanted out of a war zone, only to have to rent ships to take them back to Canada....then everyone screams where is the army.
    2 points
  30. What does sovereignty mean in Canada, is it the lines drawn on a map ?, is it mean having the ability to use and live on everything in those lines and defend or protect it ? We has a nation have 3 undermanned and under equipped Army brigade groups, that for the most part look after inter national ops and a few domestic ops... The government has given the Reserves the responsibility for our north, and if you think our Regular forces are screwed up, wait to you see what makes up the reserves, check out their man power or equipment...I mean what the regular army did not already steel. Any ways my point is as a nation we really have not put much thought into our sovereignty... we could not even defend our fishing grounds in the turbot wars. Our military is bleeding talent faster than it can be replaced, there is only so much someone can get kicked then they loss interest in their jobs... Defending the Nation is not important in Canada..
    2 points
  31. Never heard of the Cold War it would seem. The US and Soviet Union fought many proxy wars without resorting to nuclear weapons.
    2 points
  32. I have downloaded a Kindle book from Amazon called "HIDDEN HAND: Exposing How the Chinese Communist Party is Reshaping the World". I will start reading it as soon as I finish the book I am on now. But I read another book called "Claws of the Panda" which is similar in nature but more focused on what China has been doing in Canada. Canada has been selling out to China for decades. I believe Liberal politicians are strongly under the influence of China now. That would explain why Canada is the only country in the Five Eyes which has not stopped Huawei from being involved in the telecommunications network in Canada. Also some very wealthy Chinese have made large contributions to the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation. In 2002 the Liberal government under PM Chretien donated 125 million dollars of taxpayer money to this organization. That should be investigated in a national public enquiry. The media says very little or nothing about this organization and what it does and what it's links are to the Liberal Party. This link shows 10 prominent media figures involved with the Trudeau Foundation. One of them is Chantal Hebert who is a key political commentator on CBC politics broadcasts. I think I have seen Susan Delacourt on CTV politics programs as well.
    2 points
  33. Are you serious? Check out his picture - he wears a Texas turban!
    2 points
  34. they don't control the pandemic they control the people
    2 points
  35. Yeah. What a bunch of Meanwhile normal people like me are just trying to make it to the end of the day and set you people straight, when you come up with these cocamamie ideas. Sorry I think you want to lock everyone up. Goddam antivaxxers don't care. Kill em all, kill em all... Hey maybe we should follow China and put all these people in cages if they don't comply. Would that make you feel safer, Citizen? Probably.
    2 points
  36. No. Private health care. Those who can afford and choose will pay for their expenses like hospitals, tests and surgeries fpr faster better quality service as our public health care is broken under load. This way the existing current money and facilities will remain for those who choose public care and hence faster and better service for those who choose public care as well. A win-win situation. Not sure what is wrong with people but in the latest Nanos survey, 53 percent of Canadians did not favor Private health care (on the positive side 47% did). Very disappointing. People don't understand or are use to public health care and can't understand the enormous benefits of private care alongside public one.
    2 points
  37. Oh no not another anarcho-Marxist. That’s what we produce now, guys who stand around flaming garbage cans on pogey and rail against the people who actually work and make the things we need. Canada is too far left.
    2 points
  38. OMG. Are you serious? Just please reflect on the fact that government imposes speed limits, traffic laws, licensing and insurance reqemts, seatbelt laws, stop signs, traffic lights, vehicle safety standards, etc. THOSE ARE PUBLIC SAFETY RESTRICTIONS IN RESPONSE TO DEATHS- NO DIFFERENT THAN COVID RESTRICTIONS Luckily we didn’t have populist nutjobs back then on the verge of terrorist attacks over having to wear seatbelts like we have now over having to wear masks.
    2 points
  39. He's not a journalist. And you had to go back four years to find it. And you constantly take this sanctimonious, superior attitude to question finer details even while being unable to dispute the bulk of the allegation which is angering you. You search back for years for a few contrary opinions on a single subject and then gleefully wave them aloft as if this is anything more than you being pedantic.
    2 points
  40. We just had a chance to observe that a failed exit strategy, a failure to think and design viable and realistic ways forward from entrenched status quo can be painful, or outright disastrous. I'm not sure who's listening and if, but here's a few cents. 1. We approaching the mark of the maximum possible protection of the society against severe Covid. A small fraction that either cannot or would not vaccinate cannot make significant impact on the developing scenario. Pounding vaccination propaganda and Covid-scare will bring quickly diminishing returns, and in the absence of new approaches, become counter-productive, locking the society in the dead-end direction that cannot lead to a solution in the foreseeable perspective. 2. A realistic direction for the exit from Covid crisis is an intelligent coexistence with endemic Covid based on four cornerstones of clear policy realized in effective action: 1) protection of the vulnerable population; 2) timely and best treatment if and when needed; 3) suppression of the infection with smart, effective and targeted interventions, including technology based; 4) clear, consistent, honest, accurate and current information to the society. The time to begin implementing it is now. 3. Unfortunately the approach we have seen so far, that of indiscriminate, poorly explained and justified if at all, blank mandating, failure to monitor and report the effectiveness of implemented solutions, reliance on one silver bullet panaceas and propaganda can very easily lock in itself, making intelligent exit even more complicated and elusive than all the challenges of the disease. In the environment devoid of accountability and independent oversight it's much easier to press for continuation, potentially indefinite in the absence of the instruments of oversight and control, of measures of indiscriminate population management than develop, implement and demonstrate effective methods and approaches that could keep the infection in check without interfering with the normal, to the extent possible, life of the society. At this time there appear to be two essentially different and rapidly diverging directions: smart, intelligent and effective management; and entrenched bureaucratic management. Us, the society will chose one, by reason or default. And the choice will define the outcome, as it always does.
    2 points
  41. I don't see anything but theater in those approaches.
    2 points
  42. Wow, I guess I'm suppose to do what now ? Tell you you've changed my mind i think you have enlightened me to the point i have rediscovered the meaning of life. Sorry, I still think your a drug induced lefty loser who for some reason feels the need to judge everyone and anything that does not fit into your leftist views. Like my choice of forum name it has somehow triggered you so much that your writing half a book of drug induced rage... I highly doubt you have any military experience or if you had served you did not last very long, maybe some officer cadet with mommy issues, and now hold some grudge because some army guy stole your girl friend, while at a university frat party... Sorry to disappoint but I've met smarter goat herders over in Afghanistan, but then again who am I to judge your nobility... I skipped a lot of your posts as I'm doing with the latest one, because most of it, is just you ranting about your leftist ideals, and what you think is best for all of us... Sorry i can not take advise from some that did not contribute anything to those freedoms or rights earned by others, lets be clear i did not serve you or the government, i served the men and women on the left and right of me that stood shoulder to shoulder with me... each of them thought this nation was worthy of our service and sacrifice. I frankly don't give a shit about what you or others think of me or my service, It was made very clear early in my career that most Canadians did not give a rats ass about me or my well being and that could not have been said louder by todays government or Citizens actions or lack off. But hey don't stop the show I'm sure others are enjoying it... Sorry almost puked there for a second, now i know your high as shit... socialism is not about freedoms it's about taking them away... and making the people dependent on the government for everything...Note that here in NB "libtard" is the word we describe Liberals that smoke to much crack, and we got way to many of them here in NB. Not really trying to bust your preconceived notions about me or any other conservatives, but I'm not a very religious man, and looking back on the history of the Canadian armed forces, I would not say our military posses much danger to you or any other lefty...that being said the left has employed our military to more conflict areas than any other political party, i wonder what they were thinking...where they trying to break in on that category of the most hawkish... Well to start with your freedoms are enhanced , and the people of Afghanistan freedoms among other nations we have gone to war for or with..., and just for the record, those powers you said i have, to take lives of others were given to me by our nations federal government, elected by you and me, those powers are used when all diplomacy has failed, and young men and women from across the country are mobilized to close with and destroy our enemies, i know a little harsh for those liberal ears... we do not hand out teddy bears and blankets, we arrange for the bad guys to meet their makers... but make no mistake be it liberal or conservative governments they decide when our military starts a fight and with whom, and for how long. Now your free to join if you want to contribute to that cause , or you can stay home with children. no one is judging you except you. I'll close with this, because this conversation is giving me a headache...I have already received both of my vaccinations, because i was concerned with my health and that of my families.... and because i live in NB we are green and don't have any mandatory masking or other crap you guys do, because we already did our part...your barking up the wrong tree governor... Once again good to hear about another drug induced coma your having....good talk, tell your mom i said hi...
    2 points
  43. But a liberal minority is a de facto majority given the masturbating dipper backing of every liberal knee jerk day dream.
    2 points
  44. Consider Canada as your house. Do you let everyone who knocks on your door in? How about the ones that don't knock and climb in through the window? "Come right in folks . . . . make yourselves comfortable, I'll make egg salad sandwiches for everyone . . . forever"
    2 points
  45. The biggest fear for young men is rejection by young women. It can be awfully discouraging to be rejected again and again, and in this era where so many people have so few friends hard to get advice, especially if you're embarrassed about your plight. So some turn inward and resentment and anger grow. They find like-minded types on the internet and as is the trend nowadays instead of blaming themselves and seeking ways to improve their odds they blame those who rejected them. This is not helped by living in a Tinder world where nothing seems to matter but looks and being glib. Mind you, those have always been a huge advantage. I think the real problem is so many are so isolated, with no membership in groups, clubs, church organizations, etc. where they can meet and interact with others in person.
    2 points
  46. What's the point? Are you kidding? Do you really have to ask that? 🤣 At least............ we're getting rid of a PM who's been PROVEN to be incompetent! If you keep selling the idea O'Toole is a "clone" of Trudeau - then, either you're just a paid Trudeau spinner delegated to forums - or, you don't know what you're on about. Just look at their hair! 🤣 Kidding aside..... You should listen to what O'Toole has been saying. That's the only way you'll understand why though he is progressive, he's not a clone of Trudeau.
    2 points
  47. Lol - so, that must be why O'Toole's going up in the polls! Liberals must see him thru liberal lenses. 😊 O'Toole has managed to grab the centrist position, I think. if a Liberal feels that way - then he's more likely to want to try a different liberal flavor this time around. 😁 Only a Trudeau fan will want to stick to the same bs all over again. Seeing how easily he batted and answered journalists' questions - I'm so interested to see him on debate night. Me? I don't have any false illusion that hard times aren't coming - thanks to the deficits ran by Trudeau. All I want is to have a different PM to steer us through the difficult times ahead.
    2 points
  48. Large Israeli study: Natural immunity provides 13 times more protection against Delta than Pfizer's vaccine does.
    2 points
  49. Our governments and health authorities are being grossly irresponsible by perpetuating the fear over a virus that is close to endemic and poses a low risk to those who aren’t eligible for vaccines. Why are taxpaying citizens footing the bill for all the restrictions and accepting such a curtailment of freedom? They aren’t publicizing the level of risk. They aren’t trusting people’s judgement. They aren’t supporting a return to normalcy because they themselves don’t want to work or face accountability.
    2 points
  50. Slightly OT - I notice that the Trump haters who love to act like Biden is "Worldly Joe" have gone completely silent of late. There's no Bubber here, no BFever, BCSapper, dialamah, Argus, Boges, etc to act like Biden is still "THA MAN!". The only person who's chiming in to these Biden-blasting threads now that's not considered right-of-center is a Taliban supporter who's waving the pom-poms for smackin' down bitches who don't wear the hijab. Sad
    2 points
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