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Nefarious Banana

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  1. 1 hour ago, Queenmandy85 said:

    That can apply to Mr. Poilievre, me, and, I hazard a guess, you. Do you get paid or accept payment for your work? Do you not serve yourself?  Do you get paid for not working? How many hours a week do you work? How many bosses do you have? Do they give you contradictory instructions? 

    While he was serving himself, he also assembled multi-partisan teams that saved NAFTA from a hostile American Congress, and assembled another group that included all premiers and political parties except the PPC, to respond to a deadly pandemic. He was self serving, just like the rest of us, but he worked well with others. Let's hope Mr. Poilievre will do the same when he is appointed in a year and a half.

    "Don't Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me . . . "

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  2. 20 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

    Canada 338 puts the CPC at 208 seats this week to the Liberals 64. Prime Minister Trudeau may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but even he has to be resigned to his fate. The only thing he has control over is the timing of his resignation or the election. Either way, he is doomed. M. Blanchet is probably already measuring the curtains at Stornaway.

    You don't think he'll stumble and lurch into a snowdrift like his 'stepdad' did?  😊

  3. 3 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

    So working 80 hours a week with little time off, serving 40 million bosses who have contradictory orders, being away from family, is not work? I don't think you have a grasp on what life as an MP, let alone a Prime Minister, is like?

    Trudeau has only served himself.  Everything is about him . . .

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  4. 15 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

    I have a different view, of course. I think Prime Minister Trudeau will stay put until the end. 

    Prime Minister Trudeau has nothing to lose by staying on as long as possible and get his 10 years in.  

    The Canadian citizens, the Canadian economy, Canadian pride and enthuisiasm have everything to lose . . .

     

  5. 1 minute ago, CdnFox said:

    Leaders from all over the world have met with groups that hate them.  It's  the first step to working things out. You sit down and you start to talk.

    With most/all Canada and a good portion of the US watching, Trudeau missed his chance to be a leader. All he had to do was meet with them, maybe multiple times, whatever it takes to difuse the situation and work things out.  It may be uncomfortable for a leader to do this, but he wouldn't be there all alone, and with the public watching him try to work things out . . . respect would grow.  He came off as weak and cowardly with the whole country watching.  No respect there and it sure shows in this day and age.  He is what he is . . . . a cowardly dork.

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  6. 24 minutes ago, herbie said:

    In reality, he crushed them when everyone else was paralyzed with their thumbs up their arse. That's what leaders do, they act when someone must. They aren't obsequious panderers to every handful of malcontents.

    He made no attempt to difuse the peaceful protest. He hid out and chirped insults . . . like the gutless dork he is.  Cut it any way you want herbie, Trudeau just doesn't have the depth to deal with anything other than photo op's and sparkle socks.

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  7. 3 hours ago, Michael Hardner said:

    I think that you forgot about Pat King, listed as an organizer.  Several others who denigrated Islam...

    You sure like to slant the truth...

    Again, a real leader would have met with them, would have listened to their concerns and grievences, and tried to find a comprimise and solution.  Trudeau is not a leader, he hid out with his sudden case of 'convenient covid'  . . . the country and the world saw him as he really is . . . and the country is weary of him.  Very weary.

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  8. 10 minutes ago, Eddy said:

    So who was it that said we need a vibrant natural resources base in Canada to financially insure the federal government's good oversight of public programmes, when we have this great "natural resource base" for the likes of Justin Trudeau to generously share with his many pet personal causes...?

    Never happen with the brain-dead Steven Guilbeault as Environment Minister. . . . 

  9. 3 minutes ago, ExFlyer said:

    After much reading and often head scratching at his comments, I have come to the conclusion that CdFox is the campaign manager for Pierre Poilievre and the  Conservative party LOL

    What's your point?

  10. 1 minute ago, eyeball said:

    That simply underscores how flimsy and shoddy Stephen Harper's productions were.

    Yeah, I guess you're 'right' . . . . again. 

    Harper's Bachelor's & Master's degrees in Economics just couldn't stand up to the 'gray matter' behind the black face of a wanna' be drama teacher . . . .  And here we are, country sliding into third world territory, citizens angry and divided as never before, immigrants with no jobs-homes-skills and more on the way, a truly deranged Minister of Environment with a hate-on for the money making industries that drive this country . . . . again, the list is long. Again, your head's up where the sun don't shine.  By the way, what color is the sky in your world? 

  11. 19 minutes ago, herbie said:

    Hah hah! Selective memory or what.One of our least significant PMs glorified.

    He did very little. Passed tons of crime bills that didn't stand up. Cut the GST when the coffers needed it. Succumbed to the lowest common populist denominator with fear mongering and anti=immigrant BS during his last campaign.

    All in all a most forgettable PM

    The 'selective memory' is all yours.  Combined with your anger and delusions . . . . you're 'the package'.

    Harper didn't damage the country or lower the standard of living.  Introduced the 'First Nations Financial Transparency Act' . . . . trying to stem the vaccuum of $$ to the 'royality' on reserves, etc., etc.  The list is long.

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  12. 2 hours ago, blackbird said:

    Is Pierre Poilievre Jewish Or Christian? Pierre Poilievre, being a public figure in Canada, has chosen to keep his religious beliefs private, and no official information or public statement confirms whether he adheres to the Christian or Jewish faith.

    While some sources claim that he has identified himself as a practicing Roman Catholic, it’s important to note that there is no definitive proof or public statement from Poilievre confirming his religious views.

    Perhaps Pierre Poilievre believes like so many others do . . . that a person does not need a (middleman) mainstream/organized religion of any type to be in closeness with their creator?  If, in fact, that's the reality for Pierre Poilievre, hat's off to him.

  13. 2 hours ago, herbie said:

    In 1982 the old 'BC Tel' asked for a HUGE price increase and Trudeau Sr. said no. Within hours they announced like 2500 layoffs. That was back in the days of regulation and Pierre told them f*ck you, hire them all back at full pay and find jobs if you have surplus workers. I know, I was one of them.
    Worked in maintenance, rebuild and 411 for years with frozen wages until retirements, buy outs, resignations etc. opened postings to apply for.
    Choice posts like move from the mainland to Haida Gwaii, Mackenzie, Dease Lake, etc. or quit.

    Would the above explain your bitterness and negativity?  Hoping PP can generate some enthusiasm for us all . . . 

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