Justin Trudeau — He's in way over his head.


L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
#61
Quote: Originally Posted by smallandmightyView Post

He might not be bad looking but by the picture, he needs to work on those abs.

More than his abs. My thumb is as big as his wrist.
 
gerryh
#62
Quote: Originally Posted by smallandmightyView Post

He might not be bad looking but by the picture, he needs to work on those abs.
Yes experience would be a key factor.


That was a pic before his fight with Brazeau, in which everyone discounted Trudeau, and where he kicked Brazeau's a$$.
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
+1
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by smallandmightyView Post

He might not be bad looking but by the picture, he needs to work on those abs.
Yes experience would be a key factor.


He pummelled Harpo's ;ringer'. Not bad for an ectomorph.

Next con-tory in the ring won't be training on Colonel Saunder's diet...

Quote: Originally Posted by smallandmightyView Post

He might not be bad looking but by the picture, he needs to work on those abs.
Yes experience would be a key factor.

count your blessings......

 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

bullshyte. IMO Harper had no more relevant to "offer" than Trudeau.

Except for possibly minor attributes like brains and experience!
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
+1
#65
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

I was expecting one of the heinous attack ads that LW was railing on about

Raw nerves? Right party - wrong bigmouth....
 
L Gilbert
No Party Affiliation
+3
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldtView Post

Harpo

Damn you for posting that pic. I need to go bleach my eyes and the photolog in my brain now.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by smallandmightyView Post

It is true, same as the Chilcotins of BC.
Also Alberta has county's!!!!!
I love Montana and Wyoming.
Was there last year and went into a restaurant, and they asked if we wanted smoking or non. We replied, you still have smoking in the diners here? Waittress said,, This is Wyoming we do what we want. Loved it. One thing you can say for Americans, it is there way or the highway. If you do not like it there, leave. Do not try to change it.

Also would like to say, Justin is far better looking than his Father! Well his father was not good looking anyways.

I think he takes after his mother in appearance.
 
Sal
No Party Affiliation
+2
#68
Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldtView Post

He pummelled Harpo's ;ringer'. Not bad for an ectomorph.

Next con-tory in the ring won't be training on Colonel Saunder's diet...



count your blessings......

omg...that is hideously funny...love it
 
captain morgan
Bloc Qu้b้cois
#69
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

That was a pic before his fight with Brazeau, in which everyone discounted Trudeau, and where he kicked Brazeau's a$$.


What did you really expect from 2 French fighters?

I'm just surprised that the fights wasn't relegated to slapping and hair-pulling.
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

What did you really expect from 2 French fighters?

I'm just surprised that the fights wasn't relegated to slapping and hair-pulling.

trudeau brazeau fight video - Bing Videos

full fight here.
Trudeau had reach and 'stayyyyyyying poWWWWWWWWWWWWWer........'
good looping lefty cross following a right jab...
Brazeau rah out of steam after the first round.....
 
gerryh
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

What did you really expect from 2 French fighters?

I'm just surprised that the fights wasn't relegated to slapping and hair-pulling.


2 French fighters? Really? Wow, intelligence and current events aren't your strong suite I see.
 
captain morgan
Bloc Qu้b้cois
#72
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

2 French fighters?

There's a reason they are called surrender-monkeys


Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

Really? Wow, intelligence and current events aren't your strong suite I see.

Funny comment coming from a guy that believes experience as a drama teacher and snow board instructor are better (political/leadership) qualifications than one with experience as a (former) sitting MP, advisor to senior politicians and a degree in economics.
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
#73
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

There's a reason they are called surrender-monkeys




Funny comment coming from a guy that believes experience as a drama teacher and snow board instructor are better (political/leadership) qualifications than one with experience as a (former) sitting MP, advisor to senior politicians and a degree in economics.


Here's a fight your might prefer, Cap...
Best Girl Fights Nude - Bing Videos
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
+1
#74
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

There's a reason they are called surrender-monkeys




Funny comment coming from a guy that believes experience as a drama teacher and snow board instructor are better (political/leadership) qualifications than one with experience as a (former) sitting MP, advisor to senior politicians and a degree in economics.

Do they teach you how to rob from the poor and give to the rich when you get a degree in economics?

Brazau was aboriginal, no? And booted from the con caucus.
 
captain morgan
Bloc Qu้b้cois
#75
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

Do they teach you how to rob from the poor and give to the rich when you get a degree in economics?

Nope.. That course is taught by the socialists and the Politburo

Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

Brazau was aboriginal, no? And booted from the con caucus.

.... And?
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
+1
#76
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Nope.. That course is taught by the socialists and the Politburo

Oh, so that is where Harpo learned to do that.

Quote:

.... And?

So he wasn't French, which is what Gerry was pointing to, I believe.
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
#77
The nice thing about a democratic system is we don't have to put up or shut up.
Yes BC and Alberta will be part of Canada twenty years from now and so will
the Province of Quebec.
The reason most people from that Province don't want to leave and besides if we
got rid of them there would be no one left to fight with.
Trudeau actually stands a good chance of being elected, I don't like it bu I think he
has a chance. Harper has outlasted his welcome and his party is tired of one man
rule. Besides Canadian Conservatives are famous for infighting and gaffs and there
will be plenty as things heat up.
 
gerryh
#78
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post



So he wasn't French, which is what Gerry was pointing to, I believe.


exactly.....
 
captain morgan
Bloc Qu้b้cois
#79
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

So he wasn't French, which is what Gerry was pointing to, I believe.

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

exactly.....

Brazeau is an Algonquin from the Kitigan Zibi reserve near Maniwaki.
Patrick Brazeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kitigan Zibi, Quebec
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitigan_Zibi,_Quebec




Seems to me that intelligence and current events aren't either one of your strong suits.

Care to try again?
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
#80
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

Unfortunately that is all too true.

I find the ads to be intellectually insulting at the very least and highly reflective of the mind set of the party who has produced them. If they can not attack the issue, then they are no better than the one who has put their foot in their mouth, in fact they are worse as they have not made an error but a choice.

They are merely an appeal to emotion, and look where that has landed us.

But in this case just-in is the issue and he is found wanting. Especially if you live outside of Quebec.
 
gerryh
#81
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Brazeau is an Algonquin from the Kitigan Zibi reserve near Maniwaki.
Patrick Brazeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kitigan Zibi, Quebec
Kitigan Zibi, Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




Seems to me that intelligence and current events aren't either one of your strong suits.

Care to try again?


He's Algonquin. Not French. You seem to be having a real problem differentiating between the 2. It is possible to live in "Quebec" and NOT be French. Plus, technically, the Reserve is NOT Quebec.
 
captain morgan
Bloc Qu้b้cois
#82
Let's agree on this then... He learned to fight in (French) Quebec.

OK?
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#83
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Let's agree on this then... He learned to fight in (French) Quebec.

OK?

I do believe that would be an oxymoron.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+1
#84
Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

The nice thing about a democratic system is we don't have to put up or shut up.
Yes BC and Alberta will be part of Canada twenty years from now and so will
the Province of Quebec.
The reason most people from that Province don't want to leave and besides if we
got rid of them there would be no one left to fight with.
Trudeau actually stands a good chance of being elected, I don't like it bu I think he
has a chance. Harper has outlasted his welcome and his party is tired of one man
rule. Besides Canadian Conservatives are famous for infighting and gaffs and there
will be plenty as things heat up.

Harper is going to be all right (not that I like him very much). He has three years before he has to face an election. It would be stupid of him to do much about the Senate now, but if he does in two years and 9 months he'll come out smelling like a rose. For all Harper's many faults he's not stupid!
 
B00Mer
Libertarian
#85
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Harper is going to be all right (not that I like him very much). He has three years before he has to face an election. It would be stupid of him to do much about the Senate now, but if he does in two years and 9 months he'll come out smelling like a rose. For all Harper's many faults he's not stupid!





...and Justin Trudeau will have time to be better mentored from his daddy's pals.
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
+2
#86
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post





...and Justin Trudeau will have time to be better mentored from his daddy's pals.

Ohhh boomer...

THAT picture was taken at his father's funeral..

I do beleive you Americans react to Castro the way werewolves react to the full moon...
 
B00Mer
Libertarian
#87
Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldtView Post

THAT picture was taken at his father's funeral..

You live a shelter life and if you do go to Cuba, stay there for 6 months.. not as a tourist in the tourist areas.

I'm fed up with people that think what they see in a travel brochure is what a country is like..

Pierre Trudeau admired many tyrants leaders such as Castro and the leader of North Korea.

Can't stand Pierre Trudeau, I think he was a curse to Canada and Canadians and I don't think his brat of a punk kid falls far from the tree, with his ideas that Quebeckers are some how better and chosen to run Canada.

The Majority of seats are in Quebec and Ontario, but that is changing.. people are leaving the East and moving to Alberta and BC and slowly changing the balance of Canada's vote.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
+1
#88
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Pierre Trudeau admired many tyrants leaders such as Castro and the leader of North Korea.

Can't stand Pierre Trudeau, I think he was a curse to Canada and Canadians and I don't think his brat of a punk kid falls far from the tree, with his ideas that Quebeckers are some how better and chosen to run Canada.

The Majority of seats are in Quebec and Ontario, but that is changing.. people are leaving the East and moving to Alberta and BC and slowly changing the balance of Canada's vote.

Well Boomer, there are 33 million possible opinions in Canada on the subject but judging by voter turnouts, the majority of Canadians either don't care about politics or are so fed up with the same old crap no matter who gets in that they don't think getting off the couch to vote is worth the effort. The far right and the far left are just opposite sides of the same crazy coin.... all farting in the wind.
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
#89
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Marquess of Queensbury rules or after last call in the alley rules?


Good one! I have no intention of taKing him on myself.

Based on Solon's :

Re definition:

Solon introduced the ideas of timokratia as a graded oligarchy in his Solonian Constitution for Athens in the early 6th century BCE. His was the first known deliberately implemented form of timocracy, allocating political rights and economic responsibility depending on membership of one of four tiers of the population. Solon defined these tiers by measuring how many bushels of produce each man could produce in a year, namely:
  • Pentacosiomedimni - "Men of the 500 bushel", those who produced 500 bushels of produce per year, could serve as generals in the army
Petros is the only errr "one' fit to be PM anyway....

Where is Mr GMO wheat king . anyway....?
 
Durry
#90
This peep squeak Trudeau seems to think its just fine to take money that doesn't belong to you as long as you give it back, it's all just fine!!

Trudeau defends embattled Senator Mac Harb | Canada | News | Calgary Sun

What a dumbo !!
 

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