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Is Doug Ford handling the Covid 19 outbreak good?  

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1 minute ago, Shady said:

I’ve never heard anyone suggest that.  I have heard the suggestion that these types of infringement of rights, is likely to happen much easier in the future as a president has been set.  What you libtards continue to fail to understand is that somebody can be pro-mitigation, pro-vaccine like I am. But still recognize fundamental rights and freedoms.  Perhaps your brains are too small to grasp the nuance and concept.

I believe its precedent, not president.  And its already been established long ago that these infringements can be initiated, as it is outlined in our constitution.

 

But I forgot, thats just toilet paper unless it applies to your interests.  

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13 minutes ago, Shady said:

Not really.  I don’t celebrate when my freedom is given back to me.  I don’t celebrate when rights that should never have been allowed to be taken by a government with no authority to take them, then starts giving them back in bits an pieces.  But you government stooges can celebrate all you want.  

Fine, pout in the corner and don't vote PC in the next election. 

I'm sure you'd much prefer the COVID situation in Saskatchewan. 

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March, hahahaha. Of course if you have no memory, this all sounds great. Go ahead and celebrate about March all you want, if it suits you. Just as you celebrated what was supposed to occur back in August.

At this point them telling us we can open up in March, almost 6 months from now, is worth about two flies.

Government credibility

 

Now we know why they call it an "Oxymoron"  

:ph34r:

 

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1 hour ago, OftenWrong said:

March, hahahaha. Of course if you have no memory, this all sounds great. Go ahead and celebrate about March all you want, if it suits you. Just as you celebrated what was supposed to occur back in August.

At this point them telling us we can open up in March, almost 6 months from now, is worth about two flies.

Government credibility

 

Now we know why they call it an "Oxymoron"  

:ph34r:

I know comprehension is tough for you. 

We're pretty much already open. 

March (likely sooner) we can see the lifting of mask mandates. 

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1 hour ago, Boges said:

I know comprehension is tough for you. 

We're pretty much already open. 

March (likely sooner) we can see the lifting of mask mandates. 

No it is not lifted. You need to present 3 pieces of ID to use certain public spaces. Three, not two.

More than you understand but happy to educate all those here, who do not habla.

But hey, it’s all good when you’re financially comfortable, eh Boges?

Have ’nuther snifter of brandy...

;) 

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