Sun News Honcho Running for PQ


tay
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Péladeau said that it was with “enormous pride” that he agreed to join the PQ, adding that he believes in an independent Quebec and wants to give his children “a country that they can be proud of.”










Péladeau new star candidate for Parti Québécois (external - login to view)
 
El Barto
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My cousin worked for this guy , full of incentives and promises but will drop you like a hot potato before you know it.
 
BornRuff
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Will he take Sun News with him when he separates?
 
pgs
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Quote: Originally Posted by BornRuffView Post

Will he take Sun News with him when he separates?

Why ? You always like a good debate . Where would you find your ammunition without faux news ?
 
Liberalman
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I wonder how Sun News will report this especially Sun TV
 
DaSleeper
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Sun News : Pierre Karl Peladeau to run for PQ, leaves Quebecor (external - login to view)
 
Cannuck
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Good spin by Mulroney
 
mentalfloss
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Didn't Harper just give Quebecor a big opportunity on the media bandwidth front?

Looks like the Separatists are taking the money and running.

No wonder helmet head scheduled a meeting with Mulcair.
 
BornRuff
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgsView Post

Why ? You always like a good debate . Where would you find your ammunition without faux news ?

Emphasis on good debate. That never really seems to be the product of Sun News "reporting".
 
tay
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Free Canada...Let them go....................








In this morning's Globe and Mail, Bob Rae writes that -- as a general rule -- good businessmen don't make good politicians:




He is decidedly on the right wing of the political spectrum, and his management of the Quebecor empire has been controversial. For a Quebec public servant or trade unionist to vote for Mr. Péladeau is like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders. He will brook neither criticism nor opposition to whatever direction he decides, on his own counsel, needs to be taken. He says he wants a country, presumably so he can run it. The people who are going to be run should take heed.

Peladeau sounds a lot like a man named Harper.The fact that he says he is a committed separatist should. A vote for Marois will mean a vote for Peladeau.





Péladeau will be a game changer – but not the way the PQ hopes - The Globe and Mail
 
El Barto
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This guy had 14 lockouts to get the upper hand on the union. The PQ panders to the Union ... go figure ... so far things are getting rocky a bit for the PQ as they have to back pedal in their campaign. This star candidate is creating headaches for Marois.
 
Machjo
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Quote: Originally Posted by El BartoView Post

This guy had 14 lockouts to get the upper hand on the union. The PQ panders to the Union ... go figure ... so far things are getting rocky a bit for the PQ as they have to back pedal in their campaign. This star candidate is creating headaches for Marois.

Good point. I think what the PQ has overlooked is that they attract two kinds of votes: sovereignist and moderate left. They forgot about the second.
 
El Barto
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Quote: Originally Posted by MachjoView Post

Good point. I think what the PQ has overlooked is that they attract two kinds of votes: sovereignist and moderate left. They forgot about the second.

Peladeau came to the scene with his fist raised ... separation.. got Marois going along . Now she is talking about the economy and accusing the other party leaders bring up separatist... Either marois has a short term memory problem or she thinks the population has one.
 
tay
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