Which is the best of the two "poisons"?


JLM
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Justin Trudeau's absences from Ottawa spurs NDP, Liberals spat - Politics - CBC News

There's one major problem with this. They are both passing/failing tests that don't have any meaning once one is Prime Minister. Passing good legislation is the key criteria. Kissing babies and smiling at old ladies is not an indication of being a good Prime Minister.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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We have the same problem. The skill set for getting elected President is different (and just about opposite) the skill set needed to be an effective President.

Oops.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

We have the same problem. The skill set for getting elected President is different (and just about opposite) the skill set needed to be an effective President.

Oops.

The problem is people fall for this sh*t as we saw back in '68 when Papa Trudeau came in with a landslide. Every vote he got that year wound up costing us several $thousand. -
 
damngrumpy
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The problem is the bunch in power now are going through money faster than Trudeau did.
I would reather have a Mulcair or Trudeau than what we have now someone who is about
circumventing the system for their own ends.
Mulcair is lkely a better choice than Trudeau but I think Trudeau has a chance of knocking
Harper off and that is what will elect him
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

The problem is the bunch in power now are going through money faster than Trudeau did.
I would reather have a Mulcair or Trudeau than what we have now someone who is about
circumventing the system for their own ends.
Mulcair is lkely a better choice than Trudeau but I think Trudeau has a chance of knocking
Harper off and that is what will elect him

You've just identified one of the main problems, folks vote for politicians for the wrong reasons. Of the two (for the man not the party) I'd pick Mulcair, I have absolutely no faith in Junior. Harper is still the best choice of the three, SAD TO SAY.
 
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