Justin Trudeau's Family Home Broken Into While Wife And Children Slept

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What do any of those posts have to do with the topic of this thread?

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They have to do with Justin Trudeau and the Liberals - close enough :) Maybe you can get one of the moderators to remove them for you... good luck with that

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You're basically just trolling when you do stuff like that.

Should I come into a thread and just post random videos about Mulcair that portray him in an unflattering way?

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Yeah that's basically what I'm doing...spamming your thread with videos that portray Justin in an unflattering way...can't wait until that guy is Prime Minister...WWIII here we come!

BTW good luck finding videos that protray Mulcair in an unflattering light! Even the ones where he supposedly gaffes like the bin Laden vid show how awesome he is

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Yeah that's basically what I'm doing...spamming your thread with videos that portray Justin in an unflattering way...can't wait until that guy is Prime Minister...WWIII here we come!

BTW good luck finding videos that protray Mulcair in an unflattering light! Even the ones where he supposedly gaffes like the bin Laden vid show how awesome he is

ROTFLMAO.

I've had a shitty weekend, so thanks for the laugh.

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The Mulcair Kool-Aid drinkers sometimes forget that not all voters worship the ground he walks on.  If he wants to succeed outside Quebec, particularly in Ontario, he needs to be careful about what he says.  And the Bin Laden comments Mulcair made to Evan Solomon are exactly the type of thing that will cause red tories & blue liberals to get nervous about Mulcair & the NDP.  I'm not sure I would describe it as showing how 'awesome' Mulcair is.

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The Mulcair Kool-Aid drinkers sometimes forget that not all voters worship the ground he walks on.  If he wants to succeed outside Quebec, particularly in Ontario, he needs to be careful about what he says.  And the Bin Laden comments Mulcair made to Evan Solomon are exactly the type of thing that will cause red tories & blue liberals to get nervous about Mulcair & the NDP.  I'm not sure I would describe it as showing how 'awesome' Mulcair is.


You post comment after comment about how wonderful Trudeau and the LPC is and then complain about others being kool aid drinkers? Now that's not very objective of you is it?

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Who ever claimed Debater was objective, except himself while derailing thread.

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The Mulcair Kool-Aid drinkers sometimes forget that not all voters worship the ground he walks on.  If he wants to succeed outside Quebec, particularly in Ontario, he needs to be careful about what he says.  And the Bin Laden comments Mulcair made to Evan Solomon are exactly the type of thing that will cause red tories & blue liberals to get nervous about Mulcair & the NDP.  I'm not sure I would describe it as showing how 'awesome' Mulcair is.

Should this be considered a personal attack as someone tried to do so about anderson in another thread. You are pathetic, yes that is a personal attack. TROLL

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Should this be considered a personal attack as someone tried to do so about anderson in another thread. You are pathetic, yes that is a personal attack. TROLL

Considering someone just admitted to spamming the thread I don't think so.

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thorin_bane wrote:
Should this be considered a personal attack as someone tried to do so about anderson in another thread. You are pathetic, yes that is a personal attack. TROLL

Considering someone just admitted to spamming the thread I don't think so.

So calling people here KoolAid drinkers is just fine eh. Good to know you are right in line with this miscreant. You are also a much better one at stirring the pot. More subtle but no less the same kind of agent.

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Pondering wrote:

thorin_bane wrote:
Should this be considered a personal attack as someone tried to do so about anderson in another thread. You are pathetic, yes that is a personal attack. TROLL

Considering someone just admitted to spamming the thread I don't think so.

So calling people here KoolAid drinkers is just fine eh. Good to know you are right in line with this miscreant. You are also a much better one at stirring the pot. More subtle but no less the same kind of agent.

No, I don't think either is just fine. Darn, I forgot my show telephone brb.

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The trollery here is so amateurish people should give it up. Let's stick to the facts. There is a continual Liberal track record of campaigning to the left and governing to the right, which has gone back to the second world war. The only time the Liberals brought through progressive legislation is when they had a knife to their throats from the NDP and its predecessor party the CCF. Of course then, the Liberals try to take all the credit for what they would never have done in a majority.

St. Laurent was so in the pocket of the industrialists and the Americans, that Dief was able to run against him from the left and get a massive majority.

Pearson and Trudeau get in, and some good stuff gets done because of the insistence of the NDP. When Trudeau had his majority, it was war on the working class with 6 and 5 and wage and price controls.

Then the Liberal McDonald Commission came up with the idea of Free Trade (after negotiating the Auto Pact) and a young fellow by the name of Brian Mulroney decided that all the PC Party needed to be was "Another Liberal Party". The deed was done, and John Turner wrapped himself in the flag cynically knowing that the NDP would split the vote againt Mulroney. After that, the PC Party was trashed, and the Liberals could wash their hands of it. To drive the stake into the heart of the PC Party, Mulroney comes up with the Meech Lake and Charlottetown fiascos. This allows the western part of the PC Party to separate.

Then Chretien comes along and promises to scrap the GST, and when he gets in does no such thing and signs NAFTA with Bill Clinton. Paul Martin, as finance minister, closes all offshore loopholes except Barbados, where his own Canada Steamship Lines was domiciled. This kleptocracy is a conveniently forgotten fact by Liberals. What is also forgotten is the sweetheart deal Martin got from the Canadian government to buy CSL in the first place.

As finance minister Martin cut social transfers to the provinces and deleted the social housing, while cutting taxes for people who did not need their taxes cut.

Martin definitely had to be stopped, which was a major reason the PC Party and the Reform reconnected. We are only supposed to sell weapons to corrupt regimes, not be one ourselves.

A Liberal majority will be indistinguishable from Harper, and in some way it will go neo-Liberal on steroids. Personally, I am concerned about the privatization of water, as the Americans are going to increasingly demand it from us, even to the extent of threatening invasion. There are huge French financial interests which specialize in privatization of water, which is part of the hidden narrative in the free trade with Europe deal Jean Charest initiated.

The best outcome for the people of this country would be an NDP majority, or a Liberal-NDP coalition with a fixed election date down the road.

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