Today Is Exactly 1 Year Until We Retire Trudeau


petros
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I can't wait. Can you?
 
Hoid
#2
Put this here too.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/gre...tion-1.4870074

Liberals out in front in the polls with one year until the election.

Governing party reelected 75% of the time when this occurs.

Plus there is literally nobody else to vote for.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Put this here too.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/gre...tion-1.4870074
Liberals out in front in the polls with one year until the election.
Governing party reelected 75% of the time when this occurs.
Plus there is literally nobody else to vote for.

With one year until the 2019 federal election, Justin Trudeauís Liberals lead Andrew Scheerís Conservatives by a nose, according to the latest Ipsos poll provided exclusively to Global News.

Among decided and leaning voters surveyed by Ipsos, the Liberals had 36 per cent support compared to 35 per cent for the Conservatives. Jagmeet Singh and the NDP were well back at 20 per cent. Other parties, including the Greens, were polling under five per cent.
 
MHz
#4
It isn't like it could be stopped by anybody let alone me.

Should the replacement be paraded out before I start cheering? I assume no more glue incidents and perhaps more politics will become part of the 'bright lights'. Somebody new will just spend some time looking for better glue
 
MHz
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

With one year until the 2019 federal election, Justin Trudeauís Liberals lead Andrew Scheerís Conservatives by a nose, according to the latest Ipsos poll provided exclusively to Global News.

Among decided and leaning voters surveyed by Ipsos, the Liberals had 36 per cent support compared to 35 per cent for the Conservatives. Jagmeet Singh and the NDP were well back at 20 per cent. Other parties, including the Greens, were polling under five per cent.

If that was hard work to come up with that you have my thanks. The only poll I ever look at is the one being talked about the day after the election itself. Call me crazy but I can do other things like look for some rope in the time I'm looking at polls that change all the time.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Call me crazy

I have on numerous occasions.
 
Bar Sinister
#7
Dream on. Have you heard the latest Conservative dilemma? The party is actually debating repealing marijuana legalization.

Scheer keeps door open to undoing pot legalization if elected

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/scheer-k...cted-1.1155104
 
petros
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#8
With a thriving blackmarket post-legalization it may well be repealed and decriminalized instead.
 
spaminator
#9
http://torontosun.com/opinion/column...udeau-liberals

http://torontosun.com/news/national/...deral-election
 
Serryah
#10
Okay, so Trudeau get's the boot.

Is there any other party leader who is qualified or even worth voting for to be PM?
 
Serryah
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Okay, so Trudeau gets kicked out.

Who is worth it or even qualified to be PM in his place, cause I don't see a great deal better and a lot worse than him right now.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

I have on numerous occasions.

It helps if you aren't in a strait jacket when you say it. How are those horses on the straight sugar diet doing? You should do the same for as long as it takes.


Having somebody outside the collective to hate is how the collective stays together. When they are inventing lies and hiding facts who is group that is crazy? It would appears your side is crazy and proud of it and have even crazier plans than killing 100M Gentiles in less than 40 years. Perhaps it is time your side put down the guns and take a few steps back, perhaps pick up a religious book to see if you have been following instructions.


You hate God but love Jews, you see nothing wrong in that phrase do you.
Last edited by MHz; 4 weeks ago at 06:39 AM..
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah View Post

Okay, so Trudeau get's the boot.

Is there any other party leader who is qualified or even worth voting for to be PM?

Drop the whole Fed Government and let the Provincial ones take over and pass all bull only by referendum vote. That way the bribe money gets spread around.
 
Dixie Cup
#14
from your lips to gods ear!!
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

It helps if you aren't in a strait jacket when you say it. How are those horses on the straight sugar diet doing? You should do the same for as long as it takes.
Having somebody outside the collective to hate is how the collective stays together. When they are inventing lies and hiding facts who is group that is crazy? It would appears your side is crazy and proud of it and have even crazier plans than killing 100M Gentiles in less than 40 years. Perhaps it is time your side put down the guns and take a few steps back, perhaps pick up a religious book to see if you have been following instructions.
You hate God but love Jews, you see nothing wrong in that phrase do you.

Is a strait jacket for boating?
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

With a thriving blackmarket post-legalization it may well be repealed and decriminalized instead.

Oh fer sure. 5 days after legalization you think the black market is just going to dry up and blow away? I mean, there's a thriving black market for alcohol too. In fact, bootleg alcohol represents about 13% of Ontario's annual alcohol sales. But, 13% beats the shit out of 100%.
 
petros
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When there is no supply it's still 100% blackmarket.
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

When there is no supply it's still 100% blackmarket.

If I recall correctly, production, sales and distribution was to be left up to the provinces, but I could be conflating two different topics.
The problem comes from the fact that legalization came into effect before legal sales. And until the provinces get up to speed, we'll be like Holland. Perfectly legal to smoke and posses but still illegal to buy and sell.
In Ontario for example, it was already set up but the Wynned Bag had set it up so her cronies would profit. Ford scrapped that plan and is going with privatized sales instead. That's going to take some time to set up.

And let's not forget the fact that Canada originally banned marijuana for purely racist reasons.
 
petros
#19
Distribution and sales are Provincial.

Production is Fed
 
petros
#20
https://www.canada.ca/en/services/he...-cannabis.html
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Distribution and sales are Provincial.
Production is Fed

Ah, okay. Thanks for clearing that up.
So wait, weed is now legal not just to possess but to buy and sell as well, but there are no legal suppliers as of yet?
 
petros
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#22
The biggest producer Aurora lost two massive crops to mold.

They don't know what they are doing yet.
 
petros
#23
Correction it was Canopy's Tweed facility.

 
petros
#24
A 2-second video clip of a greenhouse containing what appears to be brown and dead cannabis plants has the internet trading rumors about a crop failure at a facility belonging to Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) (NASDAQ:CGC). Brandon A. Dorfman of Potnetwork reported today that Canopy suffered a “total crop failure” at their Aldergrove, B.C. greenhouse facility. The company denied these rumors, saying it was a planned destruction. Experts appear to be pointing to improper or inadequate irrigation or watering of the plants.
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

A 2-second video clip of a greenhouse containing what appears to be brown and dead cannabis plants has the internet trading rumors about a crop failure at a facility belonging to Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) (NASDAQ:CGC). Brandon A. Dorfman of Potnetwork reported today that Canopy suffered a ďtotal crop failureĒ at their Aldergrove, B.C. greenhouse facility. The company denied these rumors, saying it was a planned destruction. Experts appear to be pointing to improper or inadequate irrigation or watering of the plants.

Geez, I should recommend my buddy to them. He was the chemist for a grow-op in BC a number of years ago. Dude knew how to grow killer weed.
 
petros
#26
I've been doing it legally for 12 years. It's not easy.
 
Bar Sinister
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Drop the whole Fed Government and let the Provincial ones take over and pass all bull only by referendum vote. That way the bribe money gets spread around.


Referenda might be democratic, but they are expensive, incredibly slow, and prone to manipulation by special interest groups. The only nation I know that uses them on a regular basis is the USA and given some of the referenda that have passed they have hardly made the US more democratic.
 
pgs
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister View Post

Referenda might be democratic, but they are expensive, incredibly slow, and prone to manipulation by special interest groups. The only nation I know that uses them on a regular basis is the USA and given some of the referenda that have passed they have hardly made the US more democratic.

It was referendums that passed marijuana legalization in 12 states so far .
 
Bar Sinister
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

It was referendums that passed marijuana legalization in 12 states so far .


And there have also been racist and homophobic referenda in the US. And the passing of Prop 13 in California was a classic case of voters being influenced by massive spending by large corporations. And you still have not addressed the matter of cost. Passing every law in Canada by referendum would cost billions.
 
pgs
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister View Post

And there have also been racist and homophobic referenda in the US. And the passing of Prop 13 in California was a classic case of voters being influenced by massive spending by large corporations. And you still have not addressed the matter of cost. Passing every law in Canada by referendum would cost billions.

I simply stated a fact .
 

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