Smell Like Trudeau?

B00Mer
Libertarian
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#1
Smell Like Trudeau? Libs release new Trudeau ad

Real Priorities - YouTube



inspired by popular Old Spice ads

Old Spice The Man Your Man Could Smell Like - YouTube

 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
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#2
First of all let me say I don't like Trudeau, and that is also what bothers me.
Trudeau will win the next election or force Harper into a minority government
so he can't do anymore damage to Canada.
yes polls go up and down they are snapshots in time however even when the
tories go back up they never come close to the old numbers they used to get.
their poll rise is les and less all the time. They have to apease their base.
the base is out of step with the rest of the country
There is a real sense in the air that people want change and who ever shows
up that ain't Harper has a real chance of being government. The Tories have
no real somebody to take over either it reminds me of the Mulroney era.
Trudeau is new young women like him
The real essence of an election is "make the voters hate them more than they
hate you and right now they are disatisfied with what we have.
 
petros
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#3  Top Rated Post
The party system holds the country back from real progress when people vote for a team rather than the policies or their MP as a person.
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

First of all let me say I don't like Trudeau, and that is also what bothers me.
Trudeau will win the next election or force Harper into a minority government
so he can't do anymore damage to Canada.
yes polls go up and down they are snapshots in time however even when the
tories go back up they never come close to the old numbers they used to get.
their poll rise is les and less all the time. They have to apease their base.
the base is out of step with the rest of the country
There is a real sense in the air that people want change and who ever shows
up that ain't Harper has a real chance of being government. The Tories have
no real somebody to take over either it reminds me of the Mulroney era.
Trudeau is new young women like him
The real essence of an election is "make the voters hate them more than they
hate you and right now they are disatisfied with what we have.

Trudeau will not win the next election.
 
petros
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#5
Care to wager?
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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#6
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Care to wager?

or
 
petros
#7
Yuck!
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Yuck!

I actuall y had 50 and Ex there two, but couldn't get the pics to work.

I only put Pil up cus I know your a prairie boy.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Yuck!


Ok,, he wants a case of pilsner...what do you want when you win?
 
petros
#10
A case of Boh
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
#11
Boh?
 
petros
#12
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post


Okay a 24 of 50 against a 24 of BOH.
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
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The only hope of Harpers group even having a minority is the strength
of the NDP. If it breaks wrong in central Canada for the Tories they
could even end up third place this is going to be a tight situation and
do not under estimate young Trudeau. Youth could jump in with both
feet and if that happens bye bye Steve
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

The only hope of Harpers group even having a minority is the strength
of the NDP. If it breaks wrong in central Canada for the Tories they
could even end up third place this is going to be a tight situation and
do not under estimate young Trudeau. Youth could jump in with both
feet and if that happens bye bye Steve

I doubt Harpo is running next time around. The writing is on the wall. People want a change. I see a Liberal minority with NDP backup.
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
#16
Cliffy that is what I was alluding to. If the vote had gone less than six percent
in some ridings in Ontario the Tories would have lost their ability to have a
majority. If central Canada goes Liberal and the the Prairie starts to slip
away from Harper which is slowly happening now the Tories could end up in
third spot. Not a sure thing but it is possible.
I don't think many realize how weakened the Tories are. And Trudeau is seen
as new blood by young voters.
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

Cliffy that is what I was alluding to. If the vote had gone less than six percent
in some ridings in Ontario the Tories would have lost their ability to have a
majority. If central Canada goes Liberal and the the Prairie starts to slip
away from Harper which is slowly happening now the Tories could end up in
third spot. Not a sure thing but it is possible.
I don't think many realize how weakened the Tories are. And Trudeau is seen
as new blood by young voters.

I don't think the Youth vote will be enough. Those that bother anyway.

I will tell you what. If the Tories lose the next election I will happily acknowledge my poor judgment, but I think guys are doing some very serious wishful thinking at his point.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_SoldierView Post

I don't think the Youth vote will be enough. Those that bother anyway.

I will tell you what. If the Tories lose the next election I will happily acknowledge my poor judgment, but I think guys are doing some very serious wishful thinking at his point.


Take a look at Nenshi in Calgary's 2010 election. The youth vote is what gave him the mayors chair. The "old timers" had discounted him.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

Cliffy that is what I was alluding to. If the vote had gone less than six percent
in some ridings in Ontario the Tories would have lost their ability to have a
majority. If central Canada goes Liberal and the the Prairie starts to slip
away from Harper which is slowly happening now the Tories could end up in
third spot. Not a sure thing but it is possible.
I don't think many realize how weakened the Tories are. And Trudeau is seen
as new blood by young voters.

Same old same old . Really just who is out of touch ?
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
#20
pfa you are the one out of touch
 
Christianna
No Party Affiliation
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I don't know how I will vote in the next election , I can assure you it will be the NOT HARPER candidate. Much as I will not like to do it I will vote for which ever candidate's party the polls (I know they are wrong often) indicate can topple Harper.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_SoldierView Post

Okay a 24 of 50 against a 24 of BOH.

Agreed.
 
Zipperfish
No Party Affiliation
#23
A long way to 2015. Certainly the Conservatives are in the doldrums right now. Attack ads won;t work this time, is my opinion. People are sick of the negativity. That's about the only rpediction I'll make at this point.
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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Quote: Originally Posted by ZipperfishView Post

A long way to 2015. Certainly the Conservatives are in the doldrums right now. Attack ads won;t work this time, is my opinion. People are sick of the negativity. That's about the only rpediction I'll make at this point.


You're right a lot can happen. The economy could rebound. Justin could suffer an ugly haircut (impossible I know) but a lot could happen. Who knows in 2015 I might be sick of the conservatives and give my blessing. Then it will be a shoe in for sure.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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#25
I really wish Jack was still the NDP leader. Would make the 3rd choice much more palatable. I think Harper is getting old. But I shudder at Justin in a position of power.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_SoldierView Post

You're right a lot can happen. The economy could rebound. Justin could suffer an ugly haircut (impossible I know) but a lot could happen. Who knows in 2015 I might be sick of the conservatives and give my blessing. Then it will be a shoe in for sure.

Actually if you look you will see that Justine is going bald , like his father before him .If his haircut is going to be his running mate he better win next time around.
 
barra
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

First of all let me say I don't like Trudeau, and that is also what bothers me.
Trudeau will win the next election or force Harper into a minority government
so he can't do anymore damage to Canada.
yes polls go up and down they are snapshots in time however even when the
tories go back up they never come close to the old numbers they used to get.
their poll rise is les and less all the time. They have to apease their base.
the base is out of step with the rest of the country
There is a real sense in the air that people want change and who ever shows
up that ain't Harper has a real chance of being government. The Tories have
no real somebody to take over either it reminds me of the Mulroney era.
Trudeau is new young women like him
The real essence of an election is "make the voters hate them more than they
hate you and right now they are disatisfied with what we have.

Agreed!
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

pfa you are the one out of touch

Well Grumpy I have been reading your predictions for over five years now and have not seen you get one right .
So now again who is out of touch ? Hey your NDP sure cleaned up in the last B.C. Provincial election . Go look back on your prognostications prior to that election.
 
barra
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by pgsView Post

Actually if you look you will see that Justine is going bald , like his father before him .If his haircut is going to be his running mate he better win next time around.

That is about all I would discuss about the qualities of Justin Trudeau as a politician. He is one scary dude when it all comes down to random quotes from him in the past couple years.

He was outraged some time back that literature about tolerance also include that honour killings are a horrific barbaric act. For some reason he thought that wording might offend Muslims. Go figure. I have tried to find that news release, seems to have been wiped clean on internet. Very interesting. But I do know I read it, and he tried to backcheck about what he "meant".

He also says interesting things about Quebec separation.

I would not trust him as far as I could slick back that wavy hair.

He might be a good husband and dad and he should stick to that vocation. I pray that no one gets duped by the trudeau promotions.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#30
Politics is a popularity contest without substance. Trudeau's hair will win out over Harpo's Lego Man hair any day. He will probaly beat any man's hair on CC, so I think you are all jealous.
 

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