Non-Coalition Coalition that’s Definitely NOT a Coalition…

Ron in Regina

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Like the boy who cried wolf once too often, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh is again playing coy about whether he will support Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s latest budget.

By his non-definitive answers, he’s also raised the possibility the NDP no longer supports the federal fuel charge component of Trudeau’s carbon tax which is scheduled to increase the cost of gasoline, natural gas and 20 other forms of fossil fuel energy every year from now until 2030.

But then pretty much anyone anywhere reminds Jagmeet that the election got moved from Oct 20th to the 27th, 2025. Nod-nod…wink wink!!! Didn’t matter that the non-coalition coalition definitely wasn’t a coalition-type coalition….’cuz Mr Singh propped up the Liberals and continues to do so….no matter what…and will…no matter what…& the winds of change are blowing.
Jagmeet’s pension comes to fruition on February 25th, 2025….& I’m assuming the budget vote (a mandatory confidence vote) will happen before that date. Another 12/24 NDP MP’s pensions won’t happen unless the election doesn’t happen until Oct 27th, 2025.
 

bob the dog

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Three more seats for Alberta and another for BC. It would be a shame to waste them supporting non regional interests. An Alberta party alone with 35 seats would strip Jagmeet Singh of his power. And speaking of people who do not deserve to be re-elected, Singh should be among them.

They took our business, stole our science, and tax the hell out of every move we make. Status quo ain't what it used to be imo.
 
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petros

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Imagine how many new Canadians he has brought to the country and helped with a good government job. He believes whites are a minority.
Yeah. In Surrey and the Peel they are. Here's the thing, those two are full so Indians are flooding the Prairies and ending up Conservatives.
 

Ron in Regina

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…& some comedy relief from Jagmeet Singh:
Budget votes are confidence votes. Jug isn’t going to topple the government, until the pensions all come to fruition.
 

bob the dog

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Still think regional interests are going to become more predominant leading to more regionalized parties that will eventually lead to a restructuring as
Sophie referred to it as. Bloc is way out front on this with what used to be solid Liberal ground. Conservatives will have too much on their plate to be equitable unless he wants the votes.

Maritime party, Ontario, Alberta by itself, BC left on it's own. Immortal words of Ralph Klein "it's not sustainable as it is"
 

Ron in Regina

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…& some comedy relief from Jagmeet Singh:
Budget votes are confidence votes. Jug isn’t going to topple the government, until the pensions all come to fruition.
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I wonder where the Vegas money is on this one?