Thank you, #Justinflation 🙄

Ron in Regina

"Voice of the West" Party
Apr 9, 2008
Regina, Saskatchewan
Speaking of following the rules in parliament….there was a faux pas by the official opposition….where they immediately caught themselves (herself, in this case), stepped back and apologized immediately, and then proceeded.

The word “s—t” made a rare appearance in the House of Commons on Tuesday after Conservative MP Michelle Rempel implored the Trudeau government to cut out the “woke s—t.”

Video in the below link:

Rempel immediately covered her mouth in shock and withdrew the comment, calling it “unparliamentary” – which it is…because somebody has to follow the rules and parliament…so it might as well be the official opposition.

Among the one hundred or so rude terms explicitly banned in the House of Commons, several permutations of “Shit” are included.


The Central Scrutinizer
Nov 21, 2008
Low Earth Orbit
Peter, for 25 years, the Bank of Canada had a very simple mandate to keep inflation at 2%, and it worked…

…until Justin Trudeau and his Liberal friends came along and pushed the Bank to print cash to pay for his half trillion dollars of inflationary deficits.

This needs to stop NOW.

We need to take the control of money away from the bankers and politicians and give it back to the people.

Conservatives will fund our programs with real money, not printed cash.

We will clear the way for the Auditor General to audit the Bank of Canada.

There must never again be such a horrendous abuse of our money.

No matter how Justin Trudeau tries to trick Canadians, the taxpayer and the consumer ultimately pay for everything.

Instead of making more cash, we’ll make more of what cash buys.

We’ll grow more food, build more houses, and develop more of our resources right here in Canada.

We’ll remove local government gatekeepers, so we can build more houses.
We’ll get government off the backs of our farmers by canceling the tariffs and taxes on their fertilizers and fuel—so we can make more at home.

We’ll remove the government gatekeepers standing in the way of our resource sector, and repeal anti-energy laws.
We will restore the Canadian promise that hard work pays off.

Thank you for your continued support.
Pierre Poilievre
Conservative Party of Canada