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stevek
#1
Did anyone here contribute to the above web forum? It was shut down suddenly a week or so ago. I had many a work hour invested there spewing my decidedly right leaning views.
 
eh1eh
#2
I think you need more posts before posting links. Protocol you know.
 
stevek
#3
There was no link. It was just a serious question, seriously.
 
eh1eh
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by stevek View Post

There was no link. It was just a serious question, seriously.

Oh OK. You said the above web form. Which one would that be?
 
stevek
#5
It was called canadawebpage.com. The site is down - just wondering if anyone w-5'd the reason it's gone.

btw I'm a country living dial-up person so my usage at home is sporadic depending on phone usage.
 
eh1eh
#6
The page is not down. It's a search directory with pop ups.
 
Liberalman
Free Thinker
#7
steveK it was shut down by the conservatives because they are against free speech That is what I heard it may not be true or is it?
 
CDNBear
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

steveK it was shut down by the conservatives because they are against free speech That is what I heard it may not be true or is it?

I hate to keep harping at you, but did you miss this in the OP???

Quote:

I had many a work hour invested there spewing my decidedly right leaning views.

Seeing as he leans "right", he would be a "good guy" in the eyes of the Conservatives.

Your anti conservative stance is blindly obvious, so much so it's blinding you to reality. It's ok, that's a common symptom of of the left, willful blindness to anything that doesn't jive with your platform.
 
Liberalman
Free Thinker
#9

Anti-conservative?

In the last federal election I voted for Stephen Harper because of his beliefs and promises he made to me and other Canadians.

A lot of liberals voted for the conservatives thatís why he formed the government but Harper let us all down by his broken promises and he actually makes the liberal party look good and thatís why I will vote liberal because Harper does not have what it takes.

When the conservatives have a leadership race maybe they can pick a better leader that really does believe in honesty and integrity and they can try again.
 
CDNBear
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

Anti-conservative?

In the last federal election I voted for Stephen Harper because of his beliefs and promises he made to me and other Canadians.

A lot of liberals voted for the conservatives that’s why he formed the government but Harper let us all down by his broken promises and he actually makes the liberal party look good and that’s why I will vote liberal because Harper does not have what it takes.

When the conservatives have a leadership race maybe they can pick a better leader that really does believe in honesty and integrity and they can try again.

Ya maybe they can scoop some from the LPoC's retirey list, like Cretien, Martin, perhaps.

Those are leader that just ooze integrity and honesty.

Your silly Conservatives hate free speach BS, is indictative of a hardcore LPoC supporter, so you'll have to forgive me, if I think you're full of it.

btw, you most certain are taking an anti Conservitive stance, as I am taking an anti Liberal one. If you're going to base your arguement on a few broken promises, in favour of a party still swimming the shyte of corruption and theft, you may want to buy some tall boots and rain suit.
 
Liberalman
Free Thinker
#11

The liberal party cleaned house, got a new leader so I will not need the boots and the raincoat but you on the other hand will have to live with our men and women in the military coming home in boxes because the conservatives decided to change the status of our troops from re-building to combative role. You also have to live with the fact that Harper wants to keep them there for a very long time.

I will gladly take the boots and the raincoat any day because I know that the problem can be fixed but how can you fix dead soldiers, good men and women that trusts their government to keep them out of harms way and defend Canada not engaging them as puppets for American amusement.
 
CDNBear
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

The liberal party cleaned house, got a new leader so I will not need the boots and the raincoat but you on the other hand will have to live with our men and women in the military coming home in boxes because the conservatives decided to change the status of our troops from re-building to combative role. You also have to live with the fact that Harper wants to keep them there for a very long time.

I will gladly take the boots and the raincoat any day because I know that the problem can be fixed but how can you fix dead soldiers, good men and women that trusts their government to keep them out of harms way and defend Canada not engaging them as puppets for American amusement.

OMG, the Liberal mantra!!!

Have you asked a completely "voluntary" Soldier, if he or she sees the war in Afghanistan as the leftoid moonbats do???

I thought not, since I have, seeing as I have many friends serving, a few of which are in Afghanistan at this very moment, one of which is a member of this very site, training to go to Afghanistan, and I HAVE ASKED THEM, the resounding asnswer is "we need to be there", "we want to be there", "we ARE doing good there".

Your tripe about not rebuilding is, well, just that, tripe. We are rebuilding as the front moves forwords.

Once again, you've been blinded by your political ideology and nothing beyond what suits your agenda will get past the red strip. Pathetic.
 
Sparrow
#13
I think the media is partly responsible for people wanting our soldiers out of Afghanistan immediately. All we heard and read about are the battles and the number of dead and almost ( almost is a generous word) nothing about the rebuilding in the country. The media has opted for sensationalism at the sacifice of the positive aspects of this war.

So as not to be misunderstood, I want our soldiers home ASAP because I don't like to see them dying.
 
stevek
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

The liberal party cleaned house, got a new leader ..

A new leader that ought to have known about the sponsorship scandal as he was in charge of the program for a bit.

A new leader whose only contribution to environment concerns was to name his dog Kyoto.

A new leader that seems to be as incoherent in French as he is in English.

A new leader that still has his French Citizenship and will only give it up if he win's an election - unlikely! - not much of a Canadian Patriot, is he?
 
GenGap
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

steveK it was shut down by the conservatives because they are against free speech That is what I heard it may not be true or is it?

It was shutdown by the conservatives with legal actions pending.
 
GenGap
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

Anti-conservative?

In the last federal election I voted for Stephen Harper because of his beliefs and promises he made to me and other Canadians.

A lot of liberals voted for the conservatives thatís why he formed the government but Harper let us all down by his broken promises and he actually makes the liberal party look good and thatís why I will vote liberal because Harper does not have what it takes.

When the conservatives have a leadership race maybe they can pick a better leader that really does believe in honesty and integrity and they can try again.

Well said. He takes from one area and gives it back in a lesser amount. It is actually a tax increase, yet hidden. This budget will have the highest increase in spending we have seen in over 13 years. It is sad it will take another Liberal government to get the overspending under control. Let's face it, if Harper is the better option out there then the other parties, there will be no election for 2 more years and the only people that are trully benefiting are 1st, 2nd generation imigrants, people that speak french, and people stuck with their heads in the sand.
 
eh1eh
#17
Could we get a mod to rename this thread. Right Left Catfight?
 
GenGap
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post

I think the media is partly responsible for people wanting our soldiers out of Afghanistan immediately. All we heard and read about are the battles and the number of dead and almost ( almost is a generous word) nothing about the rebuilding in the country. The media has opted for sensationalism at the sacifice of the positive aspects of this war.

So as not to be misunderstood, I want our soldiers home ASAP because I don't like to see them dying.

The conservative government is spending money on miltary Equipment that has already been proven useless in the war. I support our troops to coming home, providing peace, not destroying what we are trying to rebuild.
 
s243a
#19
High Stevek,
I havenít been able to post at canadawebpages for a while either. That is why I came here.
 
eh1eh
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by s243a View Post

High Stevek,
I havenít been able to post at canadawebpages for a while either. That is why I came here.

So was there really a canada web pages? Is the url just defaulting to the registrar? Who else was there? That is now here. Interesting strory. Do elaborate.
 
s243a
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1eh View Post

So was there really a canada web pages? Is the url just defaulting to the registrar? Who else was there? That is now here. Interesting strory. Do elaborate.

Well, my favorite posters there where, keepitsimple and Dogonporh. I think SteveK was one of the more enjoyable posters as well. The forum was more focused on politics then this one which is good or bad depending on your perspective.
 
stevek
#22
Hi S243A;

It's good to see a familiar name.

I don't know what happened to the old site but the 'Editor' was off for quite some time so maybe he let th site go. Hopefully he's ok. I'm surprised if he (she) couldn't keep the site going, that he didn't try to sell it or finance it out.

Eh1Eh; there were a great number of posters at that site. they used to say they were the largest political site, and I think it's true. Some of the posters had over 10000 posts, I had over 2000. There was even an American poster that had well over 5000. All those conversations and arguments and relationships, gone. It's

It's funny when I had joined that site it was mostly Liberal posters but near the end they were outnumbered by more Conservative types.
 
s243a
#23
Itís defiantly nice to see some familiar faces around. Another poster I missed was biocracy. I probably didnít agree with a lot of what he said but enjoyed his sence of humer. One of my faviorte of his thread was his prediction thread. I wish I could remember some of them they were funny.
 
folcar
#24
Just thought i'd stick my nose in here and say hi again to those posters from the Canada Web Pages, I was bummed out to see they were gone. I had only been there a short while but it was fun. I just joined here tonight, so looking forward to debating once again.
 
westmanguy
#25
CanCon has a good oppurtunity here!

An entire forum is migrating over here!

Mark me down as pro-CPoC, and pro-Harper.

And anti-LPoC and anti-Dion
 
RUEZ
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

steveK it was shut down by the conservatives because they are against free speech That is what I heard it may not be true or is it?

HaHa, they made that decision at the weekly kitten roast. I believe they decided most free speech should be curtailed. But it's hard to tell what they said with a mouth full of kitten.
 
folcar
#27
Just an interesting discovery i made while investigating the end of the canada webpages, many of the discussions can be read through google by clicking on the cached link instead of the directed link. Seems all those debates are not lost as of yet after all, but they are certainly out of the loop.
 
CDNBear
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by ?

Knock off the silly generalizations, it makes you look as silly as those you are trying to lecture by doing the same thing.

rotflmffao!!!
 
s243a
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by folcar View Post

Just an interesting discovery i made while investigating the end of the canada webpages, many of the discussions can be read through google by clicking on the cached link instead of the directed link. Seems all those debates are not lost as of yet after all, but they are certainly out of the loop.

Yeah
 
tbud
#30
peace dudes
 

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