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"Allow unvaccinated Canadians to cross U.S. border", Poilievre asks President Joe Biden


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You know, I am not a "REAL" conservative. That is a big boys title. I am a conservative when is needed.¬†ūüėĄ

I think this country needs a change towards the Conservative Party, so having said that, will not focus on stories such as a 80 year old man, now US President mixing up a name. I think with the VP that he has (no work) and the inability of the Democratic Party to put forward someone younger, he is doing an OK job considering the monsters that are patrolling this Earth: Like Xi or Putin, old communists now pretending to be Presidents in China and Russia. 

So, will leave the superficial stories and focus on what Poilievre said,  "Allow unvaccinated Canadians to cross U.S. border, Poilievre asks President Joe Biden."

That is a point which is complex but of what a Conservative needs to do and a PM needs to do, really. 

Representing even fringes. 
Not all unvaccinated Canadians are what we see on Internet Boards (people with no purpose harassing medical staff via lies). There are a lot of unvaccinated Canadians that are reasonable and chose their own road and don't need to resort to garbage tactics such as manipulation to push their own personal agenda by harassing medical authorities. 

  • For me,¬†Poilievre looks like a sane choice this country needs, even though I do not agree with everything he says. Compromise is what politics should be about about though.¬†

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That picutre was a terrible one for trudeau, makes him look like he's standing in line to shake Pollievre's hand

'It will play to the base. It won't hurt him outside of that.  AND - there's a pretty reasonable chance that biden will actually do that in the next 6 months for various reasons and if he does, now PP can claim credit and that will make him look like he's really strong, which WILL play very well to many who aren't part of the base.

A reasonable move all things considered.

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2 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

That picutre was a terrible one for trudeau

If I were the conservatives -> would use it for a campaign ad.¬†ūüėé

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1 minute ago, TreeBeard said:

Conservative campaign ad showing the PM escorting the president around to introduce him to the less important people?  Yeah, that’s a great image. 

The perception of that image says otherwise though. 

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2 minutes ago, TreeBeard said:

So, if you lie about what’s happening in the image, it would make a great campaign ad?  Sounds like a winning strategy. 

Who says you need to lie? You just play the image, body language shows strength. Body language is the most powerful communication tool. One does not need to explain the details. 

You can play it saying: "The new PM will bring STRENGTH¬†with our allies in the US", then you put the image on right away.¬†ūüėĄ

---> unlike, the former PM. End of message. 

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40 minutes ago, TreeBeard said:

So, if you lie about what’s happening in the image, it would make a great campaign ad?  Sounds like a winning strategy. 

There's no need for them to steal from the liberals play book like that :) it really does look like PP's the more important person there.  And honestly he is, and biden knows it. If biden wins the next election pp's  who he's going to be dealing with.

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25 minutes ago, I am Groot said:

This is what he brings up? A non-starter that most Canadians will roll their eyes at?

Poilievre seems to be doing his best to prove to Canadians he's not a serious person.

The point is to remove the administrative burden of proving your vax status to enter. It's time to give that up.

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2 hours ago, I am Groot said:

This is what he brings up? A non-starter that most Canadians will roll their eyes at?

Poilievre seems to be doing his best to prove to Canadians he's not a serious person.

I don't agree, a future PM should speak for ALL Canadians.

The future PM should not agitate the waters even with those ones that he does not agree with.That's a job of a radical to use some satire, my job.

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If Trudeau would have remembered this, maybe the trucker convoy would not have ended up such an abomination that even to this day people still talk about ilk such as Pat King. He should be an anonymous selling hot dogs at the corner, however, in my opinion, and is just an opinion, the PM lost his cool and made ilk like him relevant. 

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8 hours ago, TreeBeard said:

So, if you lie about what’s happening in the image, it would make a great campaign ad?  Sounds like a winning strategy. 

Body language can speak louder than words.  Trudeau looks grasping.  Poilievre looks self-assured.  

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3 minutes ago, Zeitgeist said:

Body language can speak louder than words.  Trudeau looks grasping.  Poilievre looks self-assured.  

So instead of voting for someone with great hair, you want to vote for someone who stands up straight?   I vote based on policy of my local candidate.  Not the leader’s posture in a picture made to make the other guy look bad. 

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22 minutes ago, TreeBeard said:

So instead of voting for someone with great hair, you want to vote for someone who stands up straight?   I vote based on policy of my local candidate.  Not the leader’s posture in a picture made to make the other guy look bad. 

Dude you're REAAAAALLLY stretching trying to blow this off :)

It's a good picture. People like a leader who seems strong and confident. Nobody is going to vote based on one picture. But its' important to have a good image,  it's part of the package. Of course there's other more important factors but pictures do matter too.

Take it for what it is and relax. It's a good shot, he looks strong and important.

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1 hour ago, TreeBeard said:

So instead of voting for someone with great hair, you want to vote for someone who stands up straight?   I vote based on policy of my local candidate.  Not the leader’s posture in a picture made to make the other guy look bad. 

I’m simply stating basic psychology.  Trudeau looks simpering, grasping, and phoney.  Poilievre looks self-assured and dominant.  If a superior tells people to do something whilst looking at the ground, in a low mumble with arms crossed, it might make the addressee less willing to buy in.  It conveys self-doubt.  

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5 minutes ago, Nefarious Banana said:

Justin's telling Joe about his secret stash of Oreo cookies . . . . . . and why he crosses his legs and sits like a woman.

"You'd be willing to renegotiate the free trade agreement to be more favorable to us, right mr Biden?"

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