Question of the Day.
Who said Budgets balance themselves??
It's a toughphie for the Libs!!
There would possibly come a time when whoever gets that position may have to debate Trump, especially if he/she was P.M. Guess it depends a lot on style. But hey, I'm just surmising!
What's a toughphie?
I was at the "snooze" debate on Tuesday night and I'm afraid I agree with Kevin O'Leary. You cannot have a debate with 13 other people the way this was set up. I left early because I was so bored. Kelly Leitch has a voice that became really annoying after a while - for me at least. I tried picturing her at a conference somewhere in Europe or the US (or even the UN - yeah, the UN would be okay - she'd annoy the hell out of everyone there LOL). While I agree with some of her policies, again, doubt I could stomach her for very long. Michael Chuong (sp) refuses to do away with the carbon tax and assured everyone that it would be "revenue neutral", just like BC. Unfortunately, one couldn't challenge him on how any tax could possibly be "revenue neutral" which is an oxymoron if there ever was one. Got lots of boos. Rick Peterson and Deepak O. were entertaining if nothing else. I was impressed by Lisa Reit; she was very eloquent and does have experience. I could easily see her representing Canada on the world stage.Quote has been trimmed, See full post:
I went because I honestly don't know who would best represent my interests and those of Canada as a whole. I came away a bit disappointed because I'm still not sure who I would vote for; the way this whole thing was set up was extremely disappointing. I believe the whole spectacle allowed 4 questions. 4!!! I had, as I'm sure others did too, many more that required answering. As it was, it was mostly posturing and while most of...