MPs and the three stooges

MPs and the three stooges

Postby justincase » Jan 2nd, 2018, 12:50 pm

One of the first things this government did when elected was assemble an all-party committee to deal with election reform. After months and months of negotiations and recommendations, no one method could be agreed upon. Every party had a preferred partisan election method. For any election changes to be legitimate, the Liberal government could not unilaterally fundamentally change the way Canadians vote without the support of a second major political party, otherwise, this government would be considered a dictator, despot government. Hence, no election reform transpired. If your federal NDP ever get elected, Jorgen Hansen, I will leave it to you to herd the partisan parliamentary cats to select a unanimous election method.
Your Federal Liberals promised to be an inclusive government and have reached out across the Isle to include all parties in all major decisions. Engaged the conservative The Rt Honourable Brian Mulroney in the lead up to NAFTA negotiations. Appointed conservative The Rt. Honourable Kim Campbell to chair the most important committee in Ottawa, the committee on judicial change. Included the Conservatives Honourable Rona Ambrose, James Moore, and NDP strategist Brian Topp to help with the NAFTA negotiations. The Liberals have changed directions on many pieces of legislation because of everyday Canadians, like you, asked them to. This government is not a dictatorial `a party of one` but good people appointing good people from all parties to do good things for the good people of Canada, this government is team Canada!
https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#215025
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Re: MPs and the three stooges

Postby Jflem1983 » Jan 2nd, 2018, 12:58 pm

justincase wrote:One of the first things this government did when elected was assemble an all-party committee to deal with election reform. After months and months of negotiations and recommendations, no one method could be agreed upon. Every party had a prefered partisan election method. For any election changes to be legitimate, the Liberal government could not unilaterally fundamentally change the way Canadians vote without the support of a second major political party, otherwise, this government would be considered a dictator, despot government. Hence, no election reform transpired. If your federal NDP ever get elected, Jorgen Hansen, I will leave it to you to herd the partisan parliamentary cats to select a unanimous election method.
Your Federal Liberals promised to be an inclusive government and have reached out across the Isle to include all parties in all major decisions. Engaged the conservative The Rt Honourable Brian Mulroney in the lead up to NAFTA negotiations. Appointed conservative The Rt. Honourable Kim Campbell to chair the most important committee in Ottawa, the committee on judicial change. Included the Conservatives Honourable Rona Ambrose, James Moore, and NDP strategist Brian Topp to help with the NAFTA negotiations. The Liberals have changed directions on many pieces of legislation because of everyday Canadians, like you, asked them to. This government is not a dictatorial `a party of one` but good people appointing good people from all parties to do good things for the good people of Canada, this government is team Canada!



Just puked in my mouth a little bit reading that.
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Re: MPs and the three stooges

Postby Fancy » Jan 2nd, 2018, 1:01 pm

I was having a heck of a time trying to figure out what this was all about. Found out:
https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#215025

Might be better off in the BC or Canada forum?
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Re: MPs and the three stooges

Postby justincase » Jan 2nd, 2018, 2:00 pm

Jflem1983 wrote:
justincase wrote:One of the first things this government did when elected was assemble an all-party committee to deal with election reform. After months and months of negotiations and recommendations, no one method could be agreed upon. Every party had a prefered partisan election method. For any election changes to be legitimate, the Liberal government could not unilaterally fundamentally change the way Canadians vote without the support of a second major political party, otherwise, this government would be considered a dictator, despot government. Hence, no election reform transpired. If your federal NDP ever get elected, Jorgen Hansen, I will leave it to you to herd the partisan parliamentary cats to select a unanimous election method.
Your Federal Liberals promised to be an inclusive government and have reached out across the Isle to include all parties in all major decisions. Engaged the conservative The Rt Honourable Brian Mulroney in the lead up to NAFTA negotiations. Appointed conservative The Rt. Honourable Kim Campbell to chair the most important committee in Ottawa, the committee on judicial change. Included the Conservatives Honourable Rona Ambrose, James Moore, and NDP strategist Brian Topp to help with the NAFTA negotiations. The Liberals have changed directions on many pieces of legislation because of everyday Canadians, like you, asked them to. This government is not a dictatorial `a party of one` but good people appointing good people from all parties to do good things for the good people of Canada, this government is team Canada!



Just puked in my mouth a little bit reading that.


I hope you swallowed.....along with your pride!
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Re: MPs and the three stooges

Postby Walking Wounded » Jan 2nd, 2018, 6:02 pm

justincase wrote:One of the first things this government did when elected was assemble an all-party committee to deal with election reform. After months and months of negotiations and recommendations, no one method could be agreed upon. Every party had a preferred partisan election method. For any election changes to be legitimate, the Liberal government could not unilaterally fundamentally change the way Canadians vote without the support of a second major political party, otherwise, this government would be considered a dictator, despot government. Hence, no election reform transpired. If your federal NDP ever get elected, Jorgen Hansen, I will leave it to you to herd the partisan parliamentary cats to select a unanimous election method.
Your Federal Liberals promised to be an inclusive government and have reached out across the Isle to include all parties in all major decisions. Engaged the conservative The Rt Honourable Brian Mulroney in the lead up to NAFTA negotiations. Appointed conservative The Rt. Honourable Kim Campbell to chair the most important committee in Ottawa, the committee on judicial change. Included the Conservatives Honourable Rona Ambrose, James Moore, and NDP strategist Brian Topp to help with the NAFTA negotiations. The Liberals have changed directions on many pieces of legislation because of everyday Canadians, like you, asked them to. This government is not a dictatorial `a party of one` but good people appointing good people from all parties to do good things for the good people of Canada, this government is team Canada!
https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#215025


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