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kelownman wrote: [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif] #ScheerlessTuesday, trending on twitter [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif]

You do realize the Conservatives are going to be a huge pain in the *bleep* until the next election - the country is anything but Scheerless this morning. The west is not going to stay silent.

Don't forget that a minority government in Canada has never lasted the full four-year term either.
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Jonrox wrote:
kelownman wrote: [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif] #ScheerlessTuesday, trending on twitter [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif]

You do realize the Conservatives are going to be a huge pain in the *bleep* until the next election - the country is anything but Scheerless this morning. The west is not going to stay silent.

Don't forget that a minority government in Canada has never lasted the full four-year term either.



True, But the NDP are flat broke and will milk this run as far as humanly possible.
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The Green Barbarian wrote:Go Tracy! Congrats on re election!



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kelownman wrote:
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[icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif] #ScheerlessTuesday, trending on twitter [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif]


#Scheerless&FuhrlessTuesday. It rhymes.
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Anonymous123 wrote:
Re-election?


Sorry, was she not re-elected? Who was the MP for the riding then?
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What a woman! In my opinion this was the only election that was to matter because it was a decision on whether or not we are complicit in supporting corruption at the highest level.

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Well I guess your 1 for 2 then....for a while there it looked like it was going to be 0'fer. Let get real tho', the Harper government was in for 10 years and I'm thinking the people supported corruption at the highest levels then.
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floppi wrote:Well I guess your 1 for 2 then....for a while there it looked like it was going to be 0'fer. Let get real tho', the Harper government was in for 10 years and I'm thinking the people supported corruption at the highest levels then.

That whooshing sound is the point flying right past your head.

There are of course extremely partisan Conservatives who would vote for a child rapist who ran as a conservative over a good decent Liberal, but you don't have to show this level of partisanship.

The reason why her election is so important is that she was dumped for standing up against injustice and entitled corruption. She fought back and won. As I've said before, there are some liberals like Tamara Taggart who forcefully condemned the Liberal party's record on SNC, so voting Liberal is a case-by-case basis in my view, but there's no question JWR deserved to win. I would be saying the exact same thing if she were a Conservative who was dumped for the same reason.

I'm glad that Liberal supporters in her riding are decent enough to agree that this is not right, and voted Independent this time.
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I think it's great that Raybould won, she deserved to. I am not sure how she can accomplish much while she's there. But we will see what if anything she can do for her riding.
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Glacier wrote:
I'm glad that Liberal supporters in her riding are decent enough to agree that this is not right, and voted Independent this time.


Not all Liberal supporters were as gracious to JWR as the people in her riding, case in point at last night's Liberal rally in Montreal:

On the opposite side of the ledger of political spite, there was a smattering of boos in the room when former attorney general and former Liberal Jody Wilson-Raybould was declared the winner of her Vancouver Granville riding.



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