Trudeau GUILTY of Conflict of Interest.


pgs
#121
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You saying that Toronto should be stuck with the bill for housing people that Ottawa has invited into the country? ....because that is what is happening right now, in spades.

Whatever happened to CMHC?

Oh yeah. The Feds balanced their budget!

What deluge ?
 
Curious Cdn
#122
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

What deluge ?

What collusion?
 
captain morgan
+3
#123
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Canada isn't the laughing stock of the globe.

You're just a miserable asshole, that's all.



Keep telling yourself that fantasy. You can re-read what pgs posted (attached below for your convenience) in terms how China views Der Leader in addition to how India sees tater tot as a result of his disastrous family vacation, oops, I that would be 'business trip', jt getting owned by Trump on the ridiculous trade deal he approved and the reality that none of the other G7 countries having any interest in working with Canada.


Yep, your idol has really screwed the pooch on this one


Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

But the worlds largest country calls him a potato , that is respect .

 
Twin_Moose
+4
#124
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Canada isn't the laughing stock of the globe.
You're just a miserable asshole, that's all.

You're right the world pities Canada, because we have the world's laughing stock as our leader, we will be the world's laughing stock if we keep Trudeau as our leader after Oct.
 
MHz
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

You're right the world pities Canada, because we have the world's laughing stock as our leader, we will be the world's laughing stock if we keep Trudeau as our leader after Oct.

In part it is because we have dicks like you that only support one side of the table no matter who has the majority rather than jumping on the side that the majority of Canadians want. (then demand no opposition when they are in power) Then you point fingers to others being the blame for little of no progress. That is one of the reasons, selling oil to the US at $50bbl less than the open market while getting the lowest royalties pretty much seals the deal that we have no backbone. That is why there should be a north/south split as the north is in for more grief than getting the best deal for the money spent. Time to change dance partners.
 
Curious Cdn
#126
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

You're right the world pities Canada, because we have the world's laughing stock as our leader, we will be the world's laughing stock if we keep Trudeau as our leader after Oct.

The World is pretty much completely oblivious of Canada and especially of Trudeau. This country is generally well thought of on the rare occasion that we're thought of, at all.

The only "laughing stock" part are the confused mutants an the extreme Right who made the malarkey up for some bizarre talking point.
 
petros
+5
#127
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Do you know what his policies are ? I sure don’t , he is the invisible man .

Tackle gang crime and thus violent gun crimes, kill the carbor tax, take GST off home heating, build the damn TMPL, set designated energy corridors, energy East, do something about China ag import bans, make nice with India and get the stench of weed out of 22 Samesex
 
Twin_Moose
+3
#128
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

In part it is because we have dicks like you that only support one side of the table no matter who has the majority rather than jumping on the side that the majority of Canadians want. (then demand no opposition when they are in power) Then you point fingers to others being the blame for little of no progress. That is one of the reasons, selling oil to the US at $50bbl less than the open market while getting the lowest royalties pretty much seals the deal that we have no backbone. That is why there should be a north/south split as the north is in for more grief than getting the best deal for the money spent. Time to change dance partners.

 
Colpy
+5
#129
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The World is pretty much completely oblivious of Canada and especially of Trudeau. This country is generally well thought of on the rare occasion that we're thought of, at all.

The only "laughing stock" part are the confused mutants an the extreme Right who made the malarkey up for some bizarre talking point.


Well, a few months ago he was voted "most over rated world leader"...........in the UK.


Yeah, he's a laughing stock, and making one of Canada.


Ever hear of Jessica Yaniv?


Or India?



Yes, we are a laughing stock.
 
Hoid
-1
#130
 
Curious Cdn
#131
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Well, a few months ago he was voted "most over rated world leader"...........in the UK.
Yeah, he's a laughing stock, and making one of Canada.
Ever hear of Jessica Yaniv?
Or India?
Yes, we are a laughing stock.

Rubbish. 98% of the planet can't find us on a map, yet they want to move here.
 
pgs
+2
#132
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Rubbish. 98% of the planet can't find us on a map, yet they want to move here.

Yes once they find out we ,ive next door to the golden mountain . Maybe if you left momís couch and met the immigrants you so love to promote you might understand why and how they found Canada . But isnít it much easier to just scream racism ?
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#133
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Yes once they find out we ,ive next door to the golden mountain . Maybe if you left momís couch and met the immigrants you so love to promote you might understand why and how they found Canada . But isnít it much easier to just scream racism ?

I'm descended from immigrants.

So is almost everyone else on this forum.
 
pgs
+1
#134
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I'm descended from immigrants.

So is almost everyone else on this forum.

So. Big whoop . Go meet some newer arrivals , and learn about their experience.
 
petros
+1
#135
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I'm descended from immigrants.
So is almost everyone else on this forum.

Were you invited to come build a Nation or just showed up begging for a potato?

 
Curious Cdn
+1
#136
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Were you invited to come build a Nation or just showed up begging for a potato?

My mother's line all came here in sailing vessels and ox carts. One branch cleared the Virgin forest in Pennsylvania to farm it, then ended up having to clear the virgin forest in the Niagara region, again, three generations later. The very last, late-comer tail end Charlie's arrived here 180 years ago.

My dad's bunch arrived in steam ships, from Britain and ended up in Saskatatchewan where they had to clear the virgin buffalo grass.
 
pgs
+2
#137
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

My mother's line all came here in sailing vessels and ox carts. One branch cleared the Virgin forest in Pennsylvania to farm it, then ended up having to clear the virgin forest in the Niagara region, again, three generations later. The very last, late-comer tail end Charlie's arrived here 180 years ago.

My dad's bunch arrived in steam ships, from Britain and ended up in Saskatatchewan where they had to clear the virgin buffalo grass.

To bad such fine stock produced a useless sod like you eh ?
 
Hoid
#138
too bad
 
taxslave
+1
#139
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

I can see how people that read rolling stoned would think they want an idiot for prez.
 
Danbones
+1
#140
Notice the BIG picture and the little type
 
Curious Cdn
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

To bad such fine stock produced a useless sod like you eh ?

I'm sure that there are more University degrees held in this generation of my family that in your entire neighbourhood, pigs.
 
taxslave
#142
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I'm sure that there are more University degrees held in this generation of my family that in your entire neighbourhood, pigs.

Are any of them of any value? Like medicine or engineering?
 
pgs
+1
#143
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I'm sure that there are more University degrees held in this generation of my family that in your entire neighbourhood, pigs.

So , you are still a useless sod .
 
Colpy
+6
#144
So now the Liberals have prevented the Ethics Commissioner from presenting his report to the Ethics Committee, which is essentially SOP.


Damn these people are scum.


They have got to go in October.
Last edited by Colpy; 4 weeks ago at 09:32 AM..Reason: Wrong word
 
pgs
+1
#145
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

So now the Liberals have prevented the Ethics Commissioner from presenting his report to the Ethics Committee, which is essentially SOP.


Damn these people are scum.


They have got to go in October.

They all have their jobs thanks to Trudeau . Most of them need another term to get the brass ring . Would you really expect different?
 
Hoid
#146
It appears that many people have their jobs thanks to trudeau

https://business.financialpost.com/n...ment-rate-dips

in april the economy gained 106K jobs

“As much as I try to poke holes in these numbers, I can’t,” Derek Holt, an economist at Scotiabank, said by phone from Toronto. “You’ve got sector breadth, you’ve got regional breadth, the four biggest provinces are up.”
 
captain morgan
#147
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

It appears that many people have their jobs thanks to trudeau

https://business.financialpost.com/n...ment-rate-dips

in april the economy gained 106K jobs

ďAs much as I try to poke holes in these numbers, I canít,Ē Derek Holt, an economist at Scotiabank, said by phone from Toronto. ďYouíve got sector breadth, youíve got regional breadth, the four biggest provinces are up.Ē


April huh?


Let's see, low level laborers in landscaping, construction laborers, some retail and maybe a few career-style positions, but not many.


Thanks so much for the heavily dated info
 
Hoid
#148
May is "heavily dated"?

700K jobs in 2 years

That is the Trudeau record.
 
captain morgan
+2
#149
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

May is "heavily dated"?

700K jobs in 2 years

That is the Trudeau record.


Being found guilty on 2 ethics violations is a new record for a PM as well
 
Hoid
#150
only 2?
 

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