It's time to Grade Trudeau


B00Mer
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F. for Failure
 
taxslave
Free Thinker
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#2  Top Rated Post
IS there something lower than F? I was thinking maybe an incomplete for his failure to stand up for Canadian taxpayers.
 
Kreskin
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What's the rubric?
 
NZDoug
Free Thinker
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Flat Man and Ribbon.
 
Jinentonix
No Party Affiliation
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F-
He really, really, REALLY sucks.

Let me put it this way. I'd love a few hours to pick Chretien's brain. He's a pretty smart dude.
After 5 minutes with Groper, I'd be calling a SAR team to try and find his brain.

Interesting funfact. The Trudeau family fortune came from mining and oil. Well, gasoline to be more precise. Grampa Trudeau (who was a Conservative supporter) owned no fewer than 30 gas stations in the Montreal area.
 
justlooking
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Z, because F is still way too good for him.
 
Danbones
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Walter
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#8
He has nice hair.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
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#9


Geez, Now there is hair in the potatoes?

Yuck.
 
petros
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#10
Trump’s approval rating - 40%

Trudeau’s approval rating - 32%

Now there is a wound time will never heal.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#11
Yes, his approval rating seams to be falling.



Somewhat like someone dropped a hot potato.

...or maybe he shoved him selfie...we may never know...
 
Walter
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He has a pretty wife.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

He has a pretty wife.

He is losing his pretty hair though .
 
B00Mer
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#14
 
Tecumsehsbones
#15
Oh, look, a Canadian rightie orgy!
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
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#16
I give Justin a gold star for his creative costuming.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
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But, it's grade tree doh!

I think you are just enabling an unabler.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#18
I give him a Q.
 
B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Oh, look, a Canadian rightie orgy!

Is that why you're here.. We need a lefty for the circle jerk?
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taxslave
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Is that why you're here.. We need a lefty for the circle jerk?

Most leftys are not even any good for that. They expect the government to jerk them off.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post




F. for Failure

Psychopaths don't get a vote as it is the same answer no matter whose name is there. (except another psychopath and then all is good)
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Is that why you're here.. We need a lefty for the circle jerk?

Unnatural sex or killing innocents, not too many sides to you is there creep?
 
White_Unifier
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

He is losing his pretty hair though .

But he wears nice suits.
 
MHz
#24
Is it wise to let out the only standard you actually care about. People will take advantage now that 'we' know stylish clothes are the key to your 'soul'.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
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#25
Corbella: Krause questions why Trudeau changed charity laws for activists

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Why did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau order his revenue minister to stop the Canada Revenue Agency from auditing politically active charities? Was it to protect his best friend and former principal secretary, Gerald Butts?
Those are just two of the many questions asked by Vivian Krause during a sold out Calgary Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday at the Fairmont Palliser Hotel and during a scrum with reporters afterwards.
Krause, the Vancouver-based researcher who has single-handedly exposed the foreign-funded campaign to “land-lock Alberta crude” — which Alberta Premier Jason Kenney vows to hold a public inquiry into — pointed out that her popular blog and Twitter account are called Fair Questions, because she doesn’t claim to have all of the answers.
Toward the end of her more than one-hour discussion — complete with numerous slides showing the paper trail behind $600 million of American money from U.S. foundations to Canadian environmental groups to “demarket” Canadian oil and gas — Krause turned her attention to how questions surrounding CRA audits of political charities in Canada “go right to the office of our prime minister.”
“When the current government came to office, the prime minister characterized these audits as ‘political harassment’ in his mandate letter to the national revenue minister, and the finalization of the political activity audits was suspended (by the CRA),” she told the attentive crowd of 170 chamber members and their guests.
Krause testified before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance about changes made by the Trudeau government to the income tax act with regard to charities.
The main changes to the legislation are the removal of restrictions on the extent to which charities are allowed to engage in political activity — something that was not historically allowed except by registered political parties.
Suspiciously, seven days after she testified, the CRA eliminated the online access to more than one million tax returns, says Krause.
“Every single tax return for every single registered charity for 14 years. All that historical data, gone,” she said, saying that only the five most recent years remain online.
A spokesperson for the CRA, reached past business hours in Ottawa on Wednesday, was unable to find out why those documents were removed from public view but is attempting to obtain that information.
“This fall we’ve got an election coming up and a lot of this goes right to the prime minister’s office,” said Krause. “The fact that he suspended all the political activity audits for four years, then changed the law retroactively and then finalized the audits, I think it’s something we need to talk about but it’s going to be very difficult unless those tax returns are restored.”
Krause called on chambers of commerce groups across the country to write letters to the CRA and to politicians to put the data back online.
“In practice, what this means is that some of the charities that would have had their status revoked will be off the hook because the law was changed retroactively,” she told the Commons committee.
Krause said one of the findings the CRA reported was “‘serious noncompliance’ unrelated to political activity, including an ‘undue benefit’ .
“This was what I was concerned about with regard to a payment of roughly $400,000 to the president of an environmental charity. Subsequently, the individual who received this payment, Mr. Gerald Butts, became the principal secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Mr. Butts has confirmed via Twitter that he did receive this payment as severance (from the World Wildlife Fund) after he voluntarily resigned (to run Trudeau’s successful 2015 federal election campaign.)
“From the way these audits were handled, some charities and individuals may have benefited. Some of these charities and individuals have very close involvement with the Office of the Prime Minister and his former principal secretary. Therefore, I believe the handling of these audits raises serious questions that merit answers,” she told the committee.
Krause also points out that the same U.S. foundations that have spent hundreds of millions of dollars successfully blocking Canadian energy pipelines to tidewater also funded groups that helped Trudeau win the 2015 election.
Krause showed slides that prove that foreign money “moved the needle” in the 2015 federal election campaign, with groups claiming credit for defeating 26 Conservative incumbents. These foreign funded groups, such as OPEN and Leadnow, pumped millions of dollars into Canada’s federal election, a dangerous loophole in Canadian law that the Trudeau government refuses — perhaps not surprisingly — to close. Leadnow admitted that it received foreign funding before the 2015 election but claims that money was not used in its Vote Together campaign to defeat the Harper Conservative government.
“They didn’t do this because of how we treat refugees or immigrants, or First Nations people or anyone else,” Krause told the crowd.
“This was done as part of the campaign to land-lock our crude. To defeat the one political party (the Conservatives) that was committed to breaking the American monopoly that’s keeping our country over a barrel,” she said.
Krause then showed a slide with a massive tangle of red lines representing pipelines and dots representing tankers on our coasts, which wasn’t lost on the oil-friendly group to reflect on the recent passing of Bill C-48, the tanker ban, and Bill C-69, which has been dubbed the “no more pipelines” law.
“The only ones against which there is a multimillion-dollar, decade-long campaign are the pipelines that would take your oil to overseas markets. No campaign against Texas,” she states.
“Why us?” she asks. “Why not Texas?”
Fair questions. We need some answers. Perhaps Butts can help.

 
Danbones
Free Thinker
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Venezuela, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, or Libya being the results of the other oil business landlock containment model.
 
Durry
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F is my rating
 
Durry
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Quote: Originally Posted by White_Unifier View Post

But he wears nice suits.

Have you noticed his socks?
 
Hoid
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Loonie Soars as the Canadian Economy Firms While U.S. Wobbles

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...le-u-s-wobbles

I guess you have to give the Liberals an A+ on the economy
 
Danbones
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1 CAD = 0.766316 USD
1 USD = 1.30494 CAD
https://www.xe.com/currencyconverter...rom=USD&To=CAD

I guess soaring would be something one does with a crack pipe in one hand.

...and NO! I will not give then "A" crack pipe. Damned Crackerbarrels.

Canadian manufacturing activity contracted for the third consecutive month in June, as a measure of production fell to a 3-1/2-year low, data showed.
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/inve...-rally-stalls/

YOU LIEBARRELS; Gee, a 3-1/2-year low! An EFFE YOU get.
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