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Moonbox

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  1. Nationalist is just a deluded, Tucker Carlson asslicker. Most of what he's said on the topic of Ukraine has been right out of that charlatan's mouth.
  2. So by Nationalist donkey-logic, that means Ukraine is in Rostov, Belgorod and Kursk? https://www.politico.eu/article/ukraine-hits-russian-air-base-in-large-drone-attack/ 🀑🀑🀑
  3. I don't know. Is Russia in Odessa yet? Surely it's happening...soon...right? πŸ™„
  4. Good one. Yet another poster is slapping you around and proving you the fool, and the best response you can muster is to repeat the same dumb shit over and over again, and then retreat into limp one-liners. 🀣
  5. That pretty much sums up Trudeau's attitude on everything though, doesn't it? Acknowledge problems and offer platitudes with no solutions, while actively exacerbating the problem. The housing crisis in Canada, I would say, is probably the greatest policy failure in Canada in at least 50 years (possibly ever), and it played out slowly and obviously through Justin's complacent watch. Multiple generations of Canadians are now faced with the reality that most of them will never own a home, and our PM is telling us he's more concerned with boomers' retirement slush funds, whilst insisting on immigration targets for which we can't even fulfill basic needs.
  6. Wow. Here we have yet another useless emoji-spazz rant (this one your limp personal fantasy on how you imagine/wished our past debates have gone) and you cap it off with that utterly infantile quote. You weren't done there though, oh no. You sat there seething in your basement for the next three hours, and came back to pound out yet another worthless tirade three hours later when I hadn't responded. πŸ€£πŸ‘Œ
  7. It’s actually astonishing how completely and utterly lacking you are in self-awareness. I had to spit my coffee out from laughter.
  8. Superior in numbers. Inferior in almost literally everything else. The level of strategic, tactical and doctrinal incompetence Russia has exhibited in this conflict has rarely been matched in history. It's reminiscent of Gaddafi and his Soviet-made tanks getting fought off by Chad and their shitty pickup trucks. It'd be hard to think of an example of a more incompetently lead army squandering their numerical and technical advantage harder than Russia has in Ukraine. I wonder why they just sacked their army leadership this month...again!? That's reality for ya! πŸ˜†
  9. A few things to consider here: If CPP is only behind by 0.1% annually over 18 years after a (relatively) awful year last year, that means that it was ahead for the 17 years prior. Who was singing its praises prior to 2023? 2023/2024 could very well be the top of the current cycle. Measuring a diversified, managed portfolio against an overheated index at the top of the cycle will yield predictable results. Andrew Coyne is right that most managed funds don't keep up with the index after fees, but in this case he's offering a pretty poor take.
  10. Sure I have. Every war ends with a peace agreement. The terms and context of the agreement are what we disagree on. You figure that the West should abandon Ukraine and let Putin dictate terms - because you support him. 🀑
  11. Anyone with any common sense - don't worry about it. πŸ™„
  12. If you say so. Nobody thinks about you at all when they're not witnessing your latest self-defecation. πŸ™„
  13. Nobody believes you. Common sense (which you obviously lack) tells us that if everything you've said here has been supportive of Putin, and critical of his opponents, then you support Putin.
  14. What I think about it doesn't matter. The fact is that I wasn't part of this thread, hadn't posted in over a day, but you still felt compelled to bring me up in this nothing of a thread. πŸ™ƒ
  15. Even when we're not part of a thread, we're still living rent-free in the mind of our forum's biggest no-life. πŸ˜†
  16. Yeah. It's kind of sad. In the nearly two years he's became CPC leader, he's only managed a 4% improvement, and that's with literally the worst and least popular PM in Canadian history playing the heel for him. No, they really don't lol. The polls say Canadians don't trust him, with him scoring almost as low as Trudeau on credibility, and over half the country views him unfavorably. That's no surprise either, because he was one of the most highly disliked MPs in Harper's government even going back 15 years. It doesn't seem much has changed. Over Trudeau and Jagger? Sure. Anyone would beat those two buffoons on that. Nobody here is trying to argue that Trudeau is likely to win the next election, or even that he deserves to.
  17. There's no reality where you successfully convince anyone that after spending over two years promoting and parroting everything Putin says, while at the same time undermining all of his opponents, that you've not been supporting him. The former proves the latter. Your insistence otherwise accomplishes nothing, other than proving that you're either too dumb to understand, or too much of a sniveling cowardly to admit what you've been doing all this time. It's probably both.
  18. It shouldn't be a priority. Objectively speaking, it'd be hard to think of something that's less important. This is something that makes absolutely no difference in anyone's life, and something the majority of Canadians don't even care a little bit about. I'm the last person on this forum who'd stick up for the public service. As for the Governor of the BoC, he's focused on monetary policy and doesn't give two shits about whose face is on our bills, nor should he.
  19. If the government doesn't think it's a priority, and if the population doesn't think it's a priority, why on Earth are you complaining that he's not making it a priority?
  20. Popularity and confidence in Pierre is going up...kind of...sort of...barely? With the most unpopular Prime Minister ever and Canada at large completely souring on the government, you're impressed that Pierre's favorability ratings have nudged up a teeny weeny bit in the last year? The man is still as unpopular as ever, still deeply mistrusted, and still seen as the annoying, BS'ing shrill that he always was in the Harper government.
  21. He's unfit for a job of substance, because he's not focusing on an unimportant, substance-less task? Weird logic.
  22. Again, what else do you figure I meant when I said this? There's that brilliant "logic" of yours again. 🀑
  23. I was expecting the worst from Doug Ford, even though I voted for him. After his crackhead brother made a joke out of Toronto, it disgusted me that this was the best the PC could muster to go against the worst government Ontario has probably ever had. He has far exceeded my (admittedly low) expectations. PP is also doing a decent job of discrediting himself. As others have said, a dog (or @Army Guy's pet hamster) would do a better job than Trudeau running the country, and probably beat him in an election. I think the low IQ slogans, BSing and annoying-shrill routine is unnecessary, and doing him more harm than good for anything but his base. Most Canadians dislike him, his credibility rating is almost as low as Trudeau's, and he's doing it all to himself. A Harper or Doug Ford approach would be a bigger winning ticket, in my mind. Just be a reasonable, adult alternative, and Trudeau's continuing implosion will hand you a majority. Don't be a Tim Hudak and go out of your way to lose an unlosable election.
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