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Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 10:19 am
by JagXKR
Not quite accurate. He has riding associations set up in all 338 riding's. The candidates need to be chosen/elected for each riding.
There's still time to join and put your name forth.
Thankless job and I haven't the temperament for it, so unfortunately I will decline any nominations. :biggrin:

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 10:20 am
by The Green Barbarian
Omnitheo wrote:
Perhaps if the Conservative party had seen this split coming, they would have been less opposed to electoral reform, and all Canadian parties could have worked together to craft a system that would work for everyone.


This is *bleep*, but what else is new from the alt-left spin-machine. The Conservatives worked with the other parties and came up with recommendations to the "electoral reform" committee, and it was rejected outright by the PM , because the non-partisan committee recommended a system that he didn't want. The Conservatives even demanded a national referendum on the issue and the PM wouldn't go for it, because it would be too "divisive".





https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/wherry ... -1.3962386

and from their website:

We will make every vote count.

We are committed to ensuring that 2015 will be the last federal election conducted under the first-past-the-post voting system.

We will convene an all-party Parliamentary committee to review a wide variety of reforms, such as ranked ballots, proportional representation, mandatory voting, and online voting.

This committee will deliver its recommendations to Parliament. Within 18 months of forming government, we will introduce legislation to enact electoral reform.


https://www.liberal.ca/realchange/electoral-reform/

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 12:13 pm
by Omnitheo
The Cons wanted a referendum specifically so they could delay the process and spread disinformation among Canadians to encourage them to vote against it. The election of a party which promised to introduce electoral reform should have been all the referendum that was needed on the matter. And the liberals should have stuck to the promise.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 12:16 pm
by The Green Barbarian
Omnitheo wrote:The Cons wanted a referendum specifically so they could delay the process and spread disinformation among Canadians.


oh good grief. The alt-left spin machine just never stops. Remember, it was the Liberals who killed electoral reform. Not the Conservatives. I realize that this doesn't fit the pro-Liberal narrative, but even the CBC (whose links I posted) said that JT had lied to Canadians about wanting to impose reform. What a joke that somehow the alt-left wants to spin this as a Conservative issue. It's not. But the only real poll that counts is the ballot box, and I hope all of those easily fooled NDP'ers who voted for JT's lies go back to the NDP next election, and abandon the liar JT.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 12:20 pm
by The Green Barbarian
Omnitheo wrote: The election of a party which promised to introduce electoral reform should have been all the referendum that was needed on the matter.


That's a total banana republic attitude. So if a party gets elected that is anti-abortion, would you quietly just accept that that party now has a mandate to get rid of abortion in Canada? No! You would be crying about how that party only received 39% of the popular vote! Of course you would! It's total *bleep*.

The Liberals received 39% of the popular vote. They didn't have a mandate to change our entire system of voting. What they had a mandate to do was to explore electoral reform, and then present it to the public to vote on, as per a normal functioning constitution.

And the liberals should have stuck to the promise.


JT lied. He totally lied. This is apologist bunkum.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 2nd, 2019, 5:35 pm
by hobbyguy
^^ although this is off topic, it actually shows that JT is mature enough to admit an error, and not stick doggedly to an ideological position.

Max has shown that flexibility as well. It is an admirable quality.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 3rd, 2019, 8:41 am
by The Green Barbarian
hobbyguy wrote:^^ although this is off topic, it actually shows that JT is mature enough to admit an error, and not stick doggedly to an ideological position.
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LOL - more spin. Just ridiculous. All this showed was that the Liberals will say anything, and do anything, to get elected, and their sheep will applaud and cheer, and apologize for their actions, no matter how much they lie. Truly sad.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 3rd, 2019, 10:11 am
by Pete Podoski
hobbyguy wrote:^^ although this is off topic, it actually shows that JT is mature enough to admit an error, and not stick doggedly to an ideological position.


Tell that to the young lady in Creston with his paw prints on her butt.

I believe Max's "biker chick" was a willing participant, so his indiscretion was limited to his associating with a woman of questionable character and of course leaving her place more worried about his pants around his ankles than a dossier of critical national security documents.

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Thankfully, Canadians who care about judgment and morals and respect for women have Andrew Scheer as a choice on their ballots in October.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 3rd, 2019, 5:40 pm
by hobbyguy
*removed*

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 4th, 2019, 3:11 pm
by Relentless
Pete Podoski wrote:
Tell that to the young lady in Creston with his paw prints on her butt.

I believe Max's "biker chick" was a willing participant, so his indiscretion was limited to his associating with a woman of questionable character and of course leaving her place more worried about his pants around his ankles than a dossier of critical national security documents.

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Thankfully, Canadians who care about judgment and morals and respect for women have Andrew Scheer as a choice on their ballots in October.

Too funny! The guy makes one mistake and all Conservative clan are using this as ammunition to discredit his platform!
Not very mature, Max is still the best man for the job, a true Conservative for sure, regardless is he left his paw prints on any woman.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 4th, 2019, 6:01 pm
by hobbyguy
The obvious low brow "Harper nasty" attacks on the PPC are an insult to Canadian's intellect. Meme's and nonsense will get the CONservative nowhere. Max and the PPC are putting forward a serious platform, which the CONservatives under Mr. useless Scheer are not prepared to do.

I may not agree with all that Max has to say or do, but he far more worth listening to than the grim and boring Dimples Scheer - who stands for nothing.

The "Harper nasty" nonsense has no place in serious political discussion, and it just annoys Canadians with an IQ above 3.

If all the CONservatives can do is attack genuinely passionate and committed people like Max, then they deserve to lose. The PPC will rightly push right through that nonsense and destroy the do nothing, stand for nothing CONservatives.

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 7th, 2019, 6:26 pm
by Catsumi
Ok, all set and ready to go to war.

Here is Mad Max on tonite's Power Play.

Peeps are so pizzed off at this exisiting excuse for gov't that I fully expect Max to make inroads into the House of Commons. Let's return to sane, sensible and honest government.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1580731

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 8th, 2019, 8:19 am
by Ka-El
hobbyguy wrote: I may not agree with all that Max has to say or do, but he far more worth listening to than the grim and boring Dimples Scheer - who stands for nothing.

Dimples - he's just a silly little boy who is nowhere near ready. Go Bernier! :up:

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 8th, 2019, 8:47 am
by The Green Barbarian
Ka-El wrote:Dimples - he's just a silly little boy who is nowhere near ready. Go Bernier! :up:


Not sure who "dimples" is, but if this is a comment about the Conservatives, keep it up! This is perfect! :up:

Re: People's Party of Canada

PostPosted: Jan 8th, 2019, 8:48 am
by The Green Barbarian
hobbyguy wrote:The obvious low brow "Harper nasty" attacks on the PPC are an insult to Canadian's intellect. .


no, the Trudeau government, replete with brainless boobs like Gerald Butts and Climate Einstein McKenna are an insult to Canadian's intellect. This government must go.