Yeah, govt agencies not operating, people unable to travel after two years of obeying useless mandates, conflict of interest after conflict of interest, obstructing justice, still don't have a sitting Parliament and it's unlikely we will after the summer recess, passport holdups, airport congestion that makes rush hour on the 405 look like an F1 race, constant attacks on Western oil while propping up Eastern Canada's oil production, political persecution, giving himself an ersatz majority govt against the decision of the Canadian voters (but he claims he's defending democracy don't'cha know),We hates Bagginses. . . um. . . Trudeauses forever, preciousss!
You just don't see WHERE I defend him, because that place exists only in whatever you use for a mind.Yeah, govt agencies not operating, people unable to travel after two years of obeying useless mandates, conflict of interest after conflict of interest, obstructing justice, still don't have a sitting Parliament and it's unlikely we will after the summer recess, passport holdups, airport congestion that makes rush hour on the 405 look like an F1 race, constant attacks on Western oil while propping up Eastern Canada's oil production, political persecution, giving himself an ersatz majority govt against the decision of the Canadian voters (but he claims he's defending democracy don't'cha know),
Ultimately, he's a worthless sack who continuously acts in the opposite to what he says. He said he wanted to encourage more PhD's and innovators/inventors to come to Canada and them immediately upped the taxes on the kinds of pay innovators and inventors typically get.
He stated HIS govt would be open, honest and transparent (in a sad effort to suggest that the Harper govt wasn't) and despite having all kinds of opportunities to stand behind his promise, NOT ONCE has Trudeau showed any signs of being open, honest or transparent, not once.
He said he supported the Middle Class and wanted to help more people get there, and then immediately went and made life more expensive making it harder for people to reach the Middle Class while he hammered away at the Middle Class itself, making it harder, if not impossible for some of them to maintain their economic class.
Plus he's a racist and misogynist, as proven by his actions. So yeah man, what's not to like about the guy? I can see why you would defend him.
This is as close to power the NDPee has ever come. They will support turdOWE until he is removed from office. With luck, both anti-democratic parties will go down in flames.
…& that brings us six months forward into the future towards 2025 where Mr Singh has had the opportunity to dispel the rumours…It would be kind to call federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh “two-faced.”Exactly. Absolutely dead on.
Singh is starting to piss me off even more than Trudeau.
Two peas in a pod.
During daylight hours, Singh is the enthusiastic lickspittle of the Trudeau Liberals.
But after dark, “Jag-meek” transforms into “Jag-gernaut.”
The fundamental flaw in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate change strategy is that people were supposed to have choices in lowering their greenhouse gas emissions that would save them money.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to office in 2015 with a simple message : “It’s about the middle class.” But as more and more people struggle to pay their bills thanks to levels of inflation not seen since the early 1980s, it’s become vividly clear that Liberal claims about fighting for the middle class don’t translate into a genuine concern for working Canadians.
The government’s hypocrisy was on full display on Tuesday, when Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, promoting the government’s response to runaway inflation at a trucking company in Brampton, Ont., dismissed concerns about high fuel prices hurting truckers and raising the cost of goods and services.
“From my perspective, this price increase in fuel costs is a reminder of why climate action is so important, and why as a country we have to work even harder and move even faster towards a green economy,” she said. “It’s an insurance policy against higher energy prices.”
Her tone-deaf response showed a complete lack of regard for the very real struggles many Canadians are facing due to the high cost of living. But it should not come as a surprise: since coming to office, the Liberals have made no secret of their desire to raise fuel prices, in order to reduce carbon emissions and incentivize more energy-efficient technologies.
Policies such as the carbon tax and punishing restrictions placed on the oil and gas sector have always been a problem. But when the economy was strong and inflation was low, their economic impact was not as readily apparent.
Yeah, pretty much, for all intents and purposes, but anything is possible, but most outcomes beyond that are not probable.Serious question. . . I suppose technically anything could happen, but as I understand it, you're down to a two-horse race for the next PM, True Dope and Poo-lover, right?