Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby burnedatstake » Jan 8th, 2019, 9:06 pm

the Conservative Party of Canada has released the following statement: “If Andrew Scheer taking off his shirt is what Canadians want it’s not off the table. #ElectionYear”

https://www.thebeaverton.com/2019/01/scheer-to-follow-awkward-christmas-message-with-very-awkward-valentines-message/
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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby Veovis » Jan 9th, 2019, 8:49 am

burnedatstake wrote:the Conservative Party of Canada has released the following statement: “If Andrew Scheer taking off his shirt is what Canadians want it’s not off the table. #ElectionYear”

https://www.thebeaverton.com/2019/01/scheer-to-follow-awkward-christmas-message-with-very-awkward-valentines-message/


lol, the beaverton can be pretty funny at times. I'm hoping they have another season on TV they were good satire with some great laughs. 22 minutes stopped being enjoyable years ago so glad someone picks up the slack.
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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby jimmy4321 » Jan 9th, 2019, 12:22 pm

burnedatstake wrote:the Conservative Party of Canada has released the following statement: “If Andrew Scheer taking off his shirt is what Canadians want it’s not off the table. #ElectionYear”

https://www.thebeaverton.com/2019/01/scheer-to-follow-awkward-christmas-message-with-very-awkward-valentines-message/


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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby Veovis » Jan 9th, 2019, 12:24 pm

They have their own dimples I bet. Like when Terry Crews flexes his pecks one at a time but with dimples.
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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby ferri » Jan 9th, 2019, 12:37 pm

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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby burnedatstake » Yesterday, 1:13 pm

speaking of scheer conservatives looking at defeat -

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/t ... li=AAggFp5

So, in the normal course of events, the by-election scandal that embarrassed the Liberals this week ought to have put a little extra smirk in Andrew Scheer’s dimples. Instead, though, it seems to be a rare thing in politics: a misstep by the governing party that damages the opposition’s electoral prospects
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Re: Scheer's Reform/Alliance CPC Headed for Historic Defeat

Postby hobbyguy » Yesterday, 5:28 pm

I found this quote rather interesting:

"In a recent interview with American Conservative commentator Ben Shaprio, Harper warned against allowing a party to develop an alternative to its right.

“I had a rule. I always said, if I had one or two per cent to the right of me that’s fine. But if you get five per cent, or 10 per cent or 20 per cent, or infamously with Hillary Clinton, 45 or 46 per cent, and you’re calling them fringe, there’s something wrong with you.”"

Kind of explains Harper's constant pandering to the far right fringe. It also betrays a fatal flaw. Should not our politicians be focused on the correct thing for the country, and not "points in the game"?

With mini-me Harper - Andrew Scheer, are we faced again with a "leader" so obsessed with "points in the game" that he ignores what is good for the country?

Surely the objective of political leaders should be to secure the "center", not worry about the fringes, and do what is correct for the country. It will be interesting to see the CONservative platform - if ever it arrives - and see where the remnants of the Harperites choose to go, or at least on paper where they choose to go....
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