All Things Trudeau, Chapter 2

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GordonH wrote: Oct 19th, 2021, 7:22 pm
nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 19th, 2021, 6:29 pm If a conservative casta-influencer says something ridiculous about Trudeau liberals - does that make it true?
I think all of political leaders at federal level are complete jack :swear: es. Trudeau has showing himself time after time to be just as arrogant :cuss: hole as his father.
Is a man who didn't give any credence or account to a bunch of hill billies across Canada really an a :cuss: e? We still see today that the cowboy way in Saskatchewan and Alberta has caused a covid crisis in hospitals. And patients have been flown out of the province. Should someone intelligent and suave and cosmopolitan really water things down to that IQ level? I think not. Glad to see JT won't either.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 19th, 2021, 10:03 pm
GordonH wrote: Oct 19th, 2021, 7:22 pm

I think all of political leaders at federal level are complete jack :swear: es. Trudeau has showing himself time after time to be just as arrogant :cuss: hole as his father.
Is a man who didn't give any credence or account to a bunch of hill billies across Canada really an a :cuss: e? We still see today that the cowboy way in Saskatchewan and Alberta has caused a covid crisis in hospitals. And patients have been flown out of the province. Should someone intelligent and suave and cosmopolitan really water things down to that IQ level? I think not. Glad to see JT won't either.
He was the one who brought into Canada the Delta variant, because he didn’t shutdown air travel into Canada until after this variant was already flown in. Once an idiot always an idiot.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 19th, 2021, 10:03 pm
Is a man who didn't give any credence or account to a bunch of hill billies across Canada really an a :cuss: e?
Who are these "hill billies" that are so arrogantly referred to by the evil Left?
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GOLDSTEIN: Remember when Trudeau promised to balance the budget?

Today, let’s trace Justin Trudeau’s conversion from advocating balanced budgets when he was Liberal leader, to abandoning that belief as prime minister.

To be fair, we’ll look at two distinct periods — before and after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Just six years ago at the start of the 2015 federal election campaign that brought him to power, Trudeau said he was firmly in favour of balanced budgets.

“Our platform will be fully costed, fiscally responsible and a balanced budget,” he said in April 2015. “I’ve committed to continuing to run balanced budgets … Liberals balance budgets. That’s what history has shown,” he repeated in July 2015.

During the leaders’ debate on Aug. 5, 2015, Trudeau hammered then prime minister Stephen Harper, arguing he turned the Jean Chretien/Paul Martin Liberal budget surpluses into deficits.

But just three weeks later, on Aug. 25, Trudeau made an astounding flip flop, saying a Liberal government would run three years of “modest deficits” followed by a balanced budget in 2019.

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In his fiscal plan unveiled during last month’s election campaign, Trudeau predicted the federal deficit this year will be $156.9 billion, $62.7 billion in 2022, $49.6 billion in 2023, $34.9 billion in 2024 and $32 billion in 2025, raising Canada’s total debt to $1.4 trillion, with no plan to return to a balanced budget.

“This could be a risky strategy,” Reuters reported with considerable understatement.

Noting that Canada’s net debt to GDP ratio has soared from 31% prior to the pandemic to almost 50% this year, Reuters said this “high level of indebtedness” means “Canada has far less wiggle room to respond to the next crisis, be it economic, trade, climate or health-related.”
https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... the-budget
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Trudeau is a Trojan Horse for the CCP and Globalists.

He is a traitor and should suffer the same fate as any other scumbag traitor to his country and his people.

Why people are so blind to this, when it's obvious every other country is in lockstep with the destruction of our freedoms.

It's obvious we are nothing but property and chattel for the elite - nothing but livestock to be raped, pillaged and destroyed at their will.

We took our freedom, that people fought and died for , for granted.

It's OUR fault for the destruction of our freedom - you cannot have Apartheid in a Demcratic Country. The Charter has been thrown out the window - remember ALL PEOPLE ARE CREATED EQUAL UNDER THE LAW - guess that only pertains to a few.

The ELITE are not getting the GMO jab - if you want to have your DNA and become genetically modified - be my guest.

I prefer to live and die as a NON-MODIFIED human.

Stop listening to the Communist News Network and the other mainstream - globalist owned news media - do your own research - and find out what you are sticking in your arms from those well known and experienced doctors that actually have something to lose and risking it all to warn you of the repercussions of an Experimental Gene Therapy Drug.

Trudeau cares not for you - he care's only to impose the will of his puppet masters - and THEY are not Canadians.
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csm wrote: Oct 21st, 2021, 1:19 pmI prefer to live and die as a NON-MODIFIED human.
How is this claim even possible to make? You had shots as a baby. As a toddler. As a teen in school. And if you have ever had something like a tetanus shot. We are all already modified. For our health and survival. This is no different.
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LILLEY: Trudeau government's $7.4B in spending shows disdain for Parliament

Once upon a time, a government announcing a slew of new programs and $7.4 billion in new spending without a vote in Parliament would have faced tough questions.

COVID times are not normal times but what the Trudeau Liberals are doing is still completely wrong.

The $7.4 billion in new spending for the Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit, the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, the Hardest Hit Business Recovery Program and more isn’t your normal press release announcement with a vote and spending to happen later.

The spending begins Sunday but Parliament won’t even begin to vote on these measures for another month.

That’s because instead of recalling Parliament immediately after the election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to recall the House of Commons for Nov. 22. That’s two full months after the vote and two days after their authority to allow new spending ends.

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The bottom line, as we have seen, is that Trudeau doesn’t like Parliament, he doesn’t like working with the opposition parties – especially in a minority setting – and he doesn’t like that anyone might say or do something to stop his will from going forward.

An analysis of sitting days for the House of Commons published by the Globe and Mail earlier this week showed that the number of days the lower house has met has fallen over the years and most dramatically over the past few years. This can’t be written off for COVID because this year the Commons is scheduled to sit more than 2019 or 2020.

The average number of sitting days since 1975 has been 123 but just 105 sitting days for the Trudeau Liberals. That means fewer Question Period appearances, less committee time, less scrutiny.
https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... parliament
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 12:25 pm
LILLEY: Trudeau government's $7.4B in spending shows disdain for Parliament

Once upon a time, a government announcing a slew of new programs and $7.4 billion in new spending without a vote in Parliament would have faced tough questions.

COVID times are not normal times but what the Trudeau Liberals are doing is still completely wrong.

The $7.4 billion in new spending for the Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit, the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, the Hardest Hit Business Recovery Program and more isn’t your normal press release announcement with a vote and spending to happen later.

The spending begins Sunday but Parliament won’t even begin to vote on these measures for another month.

That’s because instead of recalling Parliament immediately after the election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to recall the House of Commons for Nov. 22. That’s two full months after the vote and two days after their authority to allow new spending ends.

SNIP

The bottom line, as we have seen, is that Trudeau doesn’t like Parliament, he doesn’t like working with the opposition parties – especially in a minority setting – and he doesn’t like that anyone might say or do something to stop his will from going forward.

An analysis of sitting days for the House of Commons published by the Globe and Mail earlier this week showed that the number of days the lower house has met has fallen over the years and most dramatically over the past few years. This can’t be written off for COVID because this year the Commons is scheduled to sit more than 2019 or 2020.

The average number of sitting days since 1975 has been 123 but just 105 sitting days for the Trudeau Liberals. That means fewer Question Period appearances, less committee time, less scrutiny.
https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... parliament
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Arrogance of the father did not fall far to find the son.
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GordonH wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 7:27 pm Arrogance of the father did not fall far to find the son.
Arrogance? No.....Brilliance!
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 10:18 pm
GordonH wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 7:27 pm Arrogance of the father did not fall far to find the son.
Arrogance? No.....Brilliance!
.....into a politician like the JT haters wanted him to be......remember the, "he's not ready" slogan? Weeell.....how do you like him now?
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foenix wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 11:20 pm.....into a politician like the JT haters wanted him to be......remember the, "he's not ready" slogan? Weeell.....how do you like him now?
Funny thing is JT liberals are playing conservatives like a fiddle.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 11:29 pm
foenix wrote: Oct 22nd, 2021, 11:20 pm.....into a politician like the JT haters wanted him to be......remember the, "he's not ready" slogan? Weeell.....how do you like him now?
Funny thing is JT liberals are playing conservatives like a fiddle.
I suspect JT really going to need Singh to be on his side, with out him JT will lose the next no confidence motion.
Of course Singh can now ask for almost anything and get it, for his cooperation at next NCM.
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