Trudeau: His Unpopularity, His Failures

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Babba_not_Gump wrote: Nov 30th, 2023, 7:54 pm Hey you two, and zero as well, check out this lady. And she's from Kamloops! I'm so proud of her. :up:
Still wiping the tears off my eyes.
Pappywinkle wrote: Nov 30th, 2023, 10:21 am

Definitely better than the CPC opposition's bigotted so-called "leader", that's for sure.
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Love this Kamloops first nations grandma's take on trudeau.
The last 5-10 seconds takes the cake on this [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif]
Some posters on here have way too much time on their hands lol
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zerograv wrote: Nov 30th, 2023, 10:25 am
There is zero oversight for this petition. Anyone, anywhere can sign this petition. It requires no proof of residence. This petition is completely vulnerable to foreign interference. This isn’t participatory democracy it is keyboard activism masquerading as action. There are videos all over social media of Americans signing it. Spare me
Can you back that up?
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Gasp! Choke! Snort!

The second video in lineup is undoubtedly the most vociferous, outraged, outspoken, accurate assessment of Putz yet.

My ears are still burning!

Wow.
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zerograv wrote: Nov 30th, 2023, 10:25 am
A Concerned Citizen wrote: Nov 30th, 2023, 9:13 am
That may be true in the case of corrupt petitions like change dot org ...

... but i's not true in this case ... there is a verification process used in verifying that someone is actually a real person ... give it a try ...
Entirely wrong.

There is zero oversight for this petition. Anyone, anywhere can sign this petition. It requires no proof of residence. This petition is completely vulnerable to foreign interference. This isn’t participatory democracy it is keyboard activism masquerading as action. There are videos all over social media of Americans signing it. Spare me
Initiated by Melissa Outwater of Peterborough, Ontario.



:laugh:

Remember that time "the Queen of Canada" had all her crazies attempt to arrest the Peterborough Police Department? (Man, those were good times.)

If you don't, you can scroll to the bottom of the Queen's Wikipedia page under Police Issues.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romana_Didulo

Melissa Outwater of Peterborough was the QAnon follower that raced to the airport to livestream the US military plane that was coming to assist the Queen with the arrest of the Peterborough Police. (It was bringing XR something-or-others pulled from deep storage)

For those of you so deep into clown world you don't know which way is up... The US military didn't come to assist the Queen of Canada and neither did the XR something-or-others. Ostensibly, because she's not really the Queen of Canada, and her followers are just so far down the QAnon rabbit hole reality doesn't matter to them anymore. And perhaps, because there isn't really XR something-or-others in cold storage at Fort Detrick - just saying.

So Conservative MP Michelle Ferreri has aligned herself with the QAnon Queen of Canada and her followers...

Why am I not surprised?

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Such a good job by Justin and his NDP sidekick.

S&P Global Ratings cuts Canada’s growth forecast by a third

The rating agency now forecasts Canada’s GDP growth next year to just 0.8% - down from its previous call of1.2% growth.

Forecast unemployment to jump from 5% in Jan, 2023 to average of 6.1% next year.
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 8:44 am Such a good job by Justin and his NDP sidekick.

S&P Global Ratings cuts Canada’s growth forecast by a third

The rating agency now forecasts Canada’s GDP growth next year to just 0.8% - down from its previous call of1.2% growth.

Forecast unemployment to jump from 5% in Jan, 2023 to average of 6.1% next year.
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 8:44 am Such a good job by Justin and his NDP sidekick.

S&P Global Ratings cuts Canada’s growth forecast by a third

The rating agency now forecasts Canada’s GDP growth next year to just 0.8% - down from its previous call of1.2% growth.

Forecast unemployment to jump from 5% in Jan, 2023 to average of 6.1% next year.
This ^^^^is going to hurt, and the pain is just getting started.

Even the village idiot knew several years ago that the Putz govt overspending was going to catch up to the taxpayer one day. The Ship of Fools running the country has cost us mightily, and worse, they're still not done even though we are.
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Catsumi wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 9:46 am

This ^^^^is going to hurt, and the pain is just getting started.

Even the village idiot knew several years ago that the Putz govt overspending was going to catch up to the taxpayer one day. The Ship of Fools running the country has cost us mightily, and worse, they're still not done even though we are.
But...but...but...TIME STAMPS!!! LOL
Sabrina Maddeaux: Trudeau Liberals not taking the threat of Islamofascism seriously

Nearly two months after the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel, Canada is still failing to take even the most basic steps in the fight against Islamofascism and the growing tide of extremism both inside and outside our borders.

On that day, innocent civilians were tortured, raped, murdered and desecrated as part of a mission to eradicate Jews. Since then, Hamas has succeeded in convincing too many westerners that it’s not a genocidal organization whose inherent motive is violence, but a righteous band of rebels and a legitimate government.

The truth is that there’s nothing that could satisfy Hamas’s quest for blood and retribution. Its violence will only lead to more violence. If Israel were to cease to exist tomorrow, Hamas members wouldn’t lay down their weapons and simply return to a life of peace.
They would, much like the Islamic State group did, seek to expand their sphere of influence and terror, particularly against women, children, LGBTQ+ people and anyone who doesn’t wholeheartedly subscribe to their Islamofascist doctrine.

This was the message delivered by Mosab Hassan Yousef to a Toronto crowd on Wednesday night. Yousef, the son of one of Hamas’s founders, was once part of the terror group himself, but defected to serve as an undercover agent for the Israel Security Agency as a young adult.

He became one of Israel’s most valuable assets thanks to his immediate family connection, helping take down multiple Hamas cells and thwart numerous attacks. He now lives in the United States and has penned a book, “Son of Hamas.”
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Well, the end of another DISASTROUS week for the Liberals and their brand....the economy is tanking thanks to bad Liberal policy, and tanking faster than even the pessimists expected...
Trudeau defends his economic track record as new data shows GDP contracted last quarter

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government's economic performance Thursday by touting investments in housing and dental care when asked about new data that shows the economy actually contracted in the last quarter.

Statistics Canada reported this morning that the Canadian economy shrank at an annualized pace of 1.1 per cent in the third quarter — a performance much worse than what some forecasters expected for the July through September period.

In October, the Bank of Canada forecast that the economy would actually grow by roughly 0.8 per cent in that quarter.

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's fall economic statement, tabled last week, cited a September survey of private sector economists projecting the economy would grow at least a little in the third quarter. The weak economic performance could undermine that document's fiscal projections.

The new StatsCan data suggests the economy is underperforming even the relatively pessimistic growth projections from the central bank and others.

The slump was driven in part by reduced exports, including a steep decline in refined petroleum energy products, StatsCan said.
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BNN this afternoon:

"Consumer confidence is at a record low in Canada, the third lowest reading in 60 years for November, according to the Conference Board of Canada survey."

Good job Justin and Jagmeet! Keep hitting those time stamp talking points!
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 3:06 pm BNN this afternoon:

"Consumer confidence is at a record low in Canada, the third lowest reading in 60 years for November, according to the Conference Board of Canada survey."

Good job Justin and Jagmeet! Keep hitting those time stamp talking points!
When do we call it a depression instead of the milder term, recession?
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Catsumi wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 6:35 pm
Gone_Fishin wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 3:06 pm BNN this afternoon:

"Consumer confidence is at a record low in Canada, the third lowest reading in 60 years for November, according to the Conference Board of Canada survey."

Good job Justin and Jagmeet! Keep hitting those time stamp talking points!
When do we call it a depression instead of the milder term, recession?
Looks to me like we are in a depression

An economic depression is a sustained period of significant economic decline that sees a nation's GDP drop, unemployment rates rise and consumer confidence suffer.
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George Orwell 1984 wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 6:39 pm
Catsumi wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 6:35 pm

When do we call it a depression instead of the milder term, recession?
Looks to me like we are in a depression

An economic depression is a sustained period of significant economic decline that sees a nation's GDP drop, unemployment rates rise and consumer confidence suffer.
Then we should use the correct terminology. DEPRESSION

A made-in-Canada Depression brought on and amplified by our own federal govt.

For shame
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George Orwell 1984 wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 6:39 pm
Catsumi wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 6:35 pm

When do we call it a depression instead of the milder term, recession?
Looks to me like we are in a depression

An economic depression is a sustained period of significant economic decline that sees a nation's GDP drop, unemployment rates rise and consumer confidence suffer.

Welcome to stagflation. The result of a massive housing bubble that has been the only driver of our economy for some time

It is not going away until they pop it.

Who ever thought that selling an asset back and forth at ever increasing prices would end up resulting in economic problems.

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TERRAZZANO: Trudeau’s real failure is the carbon tax and not a carve-out

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stepped in it when he removed the carbon tax from furnace oil, while leaving 97% of Canadians out in the cold.

Even in Atlantic Canada, where Trudeau tried to buy off MPs with the carve-out, 77% of people in the region support carbon tax relief for everyone.

But Trudeau’s mistake wasn’t providing relief. The real lesson here is Trudeau never won the hearts and minds of Canadians. And he lost credibility early on. Months before the 2019 election, the former environment minister said the government had “no intention” of raising the carbon tax beyond 11 ¢ per litre of gas.

After the election, Trudeau announced he would keep cranking up his carbon tax until it reached 37 ¢ per litre.
Trudeau and his ministers repeat the myth that eight out of 10 families get more money in rebates than they pay in carbon taxes.

Their favourite talking point limps on despite the obvious reality that a government can’t raise taxes, skim money off the top to pay for hundreds of administration bureaucrats and still make everyone better off.
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