Conservative convention soon.

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anti-trans bigotry seems to be the main focus of this convention. Voting to not allow gender-affirming care for those under 18 and voting for women's shejtets that bar trans people is just despicable

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VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 1:22 pm anti-trans bigotry seems to be the main focus of this convention. Voting to not allow gender-affirming care for those under 18 and voting for women's shejtets that bar trans people is just despicable

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What some call bigotry and immediately try to malign with disinformation - many others see as plain old common sense, and none too soon.
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Mr. Polievre’s speech was good and he avoided much of the identity politics and anti-woke rhetoric that has been plaguing our country (and is also a page out of US politics that we don’t neeed in this country). Unfortunately for him, his party doesn’t seem to want to get out of his way and continue to give the Liberals numerous talking points to be attacked on… and it's pointless. He can win without it.

His speech marked a pivot in terms of style and content (and appearance), with him seemingly starting to realize that he needs to win over the majority of Canadians by uniting us, not furthering the divide. The delegates don’t yet seem to be on board, but I’m hopeful he’ll continue on this new path despite what they’re doing.

Our country needs a change… but what the delegates want isn’t change. They just want more of the same but simply want to be the ones in charge.

I’m hopeful Mr. Poilievre can rise above and be a positive force this country needs.
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VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 1:22 pm anti-trans bigotry seems to be the main focus of this convention. Voting to not allow gender-affirming care for those under 18 and voting for women's shejtets that bar trans people is just despicable

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Go Wilber go!

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Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
Oh my goodness! A bit more criticism. :200:

"What do the policies Poilievre's party passed say about the Conservatives' future?"

https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/what-do ... -1.6555223
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Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 4:29 pm
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
Oh my goodness! A bit more criticism. :200:

"What do the policies Poilievre's party passed say about the Conservatives' future?"

https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/what-do ... -1.6555223
So that article from ctv, you do realize what it is? Before you start using it, spreading it for its obvious intention and design, lets all accept it for what it is, Political propaganda. Its design, clearly written to support liberal propaganda tactic's. Please contribute from reliable, honest news sources that are not under the influence of one political party. At least maybe articles that cant so easily be acknowledged for what its obvious attempt is.

Please some one support their liberalism with some integrity.
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moarcowbell wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 3:20 pm
VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 1:22 pm anti-trans bigotry seems to be the main focus of this convention. Voting to not allow gender-affirming care for those under 18 and voting for women's shejtets that bar trans people is just despicable

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What some call bigotry and immediately try to malign with disinformation - many others see as plain old common sense, and none too soon.
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liisgo wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:25 pm
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 4:29 pm

Oh my goodness! A bit more criticism. :200:

"What do the policies Poilievre's party passed say about the Conservatives' future?"

https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/what-do ... -1.6555223
So that article from ctv, you do realize what it is? Before you start using it, spreading it for its obvious intention and design, lets all accept it for what it is, Political propaganda. Its design, clearly written to support liberal propaganda tactic's. Please contribute from reliable, honest news sources that are not under the influence of one political party. At least maybe articles that cant so easily be acknowledged for what its obvious attempt is.

Please some one support their liberalism with some integrity.

Okay. No problem. Here's an article from a 'reliable, honest news source that's not under the influence of one political party.' And nicely balanced with pros and cons from party members. So it seems Conservatives don't always agree with one another, which I rarely see reflected elsewhere when no one dares to break in to their eco chamber.
Conservative members vote to ban 'gender-affirming care' for minors

On Saturday, 69% of delegates supported Resolution C-7 — in a nonbinding vote — to ban irreversible gender transitions for children and teenagers.

https://www.rebelnews.com/conservative_ ... for_minors
Oh sorry, I should have added this, which I posted earlier, as a similar example to the Rebel article.
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
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Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 4:19 pm
VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 1:22 pm anti-trans bigotry seems to be the main focus of this convention. Voting to not allow gender-affirming care for those under 18 and voting for women's shejtets that bar trans people is just despicable

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Go Wilber go!

A true gutsy activist who helps get things done in signifigant places in the Okanagan . :up: :up:
Go activists! Also, a question for the one following this with vigor.

Was the vote to prohibit life-saving gender-affirming care for anyone under 18 or was it to ban irreversible gender transitions for children and teenagers?

I realize that to an activist, and those that adore them, this probably means the same thing but try to answer for those not inside the clown car please.
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77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:05 am
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 4:19 pm

Go Wilber go!

A true gutsy activist who helps get things done in signifigant places in the Okanagan . :up: :up:
Go activists! Also, a question for the one following this with vigor.

Was the vote to prohibit life-saving gender-affirming care for anyone under 18 or was it to ban irreversible gender transitions for children and teenagers?

I realize that to an activist, and those that adore them, this probably means the same thing but try to answer for those not inside the clown car please.
Here you go. As I said above, I posted this earlier. So fact check away, and I hope you'll be able to find an answer to your question.
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
Or you can contact Wilber through Advocacy Canada here.

https://advocacy-canada.lgbt/contact/
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Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:21 am
77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:05 am

Go activists! Also, a question for the one following this with vigor.

Was the vote to prohibit life-saving gender-affirming care for anyone under 18 or was it to ban irreversible gender transitions for children and teenagers?

I realize that to an activist, and those that adore them, this probably means the same thing but try to answer for those not inside the clown car please.
Here you go. As I said above, I posted this earlier. So fact check away, and I hope you'll be able to find an answer to your question.
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
Do you think Wilber got it right? Sure sounds like it.
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77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:38 am
Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:21 am

Here you go. As I said above, I posted this earlier. So fact check away, and I hope you'll be able to find an answer to your question.

Do you think Wilber got it right? Sure sounds like it.
So then you agree he got it right. :up:

But like I posted above, you can contact him here for yourself and give him you kudos.

Advocacy Canada.

https://advocacy-canada.lgbt/contact/

Off to shop for groceries now.
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Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 5:49 am
liisgo wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:25 pm

So that article from ctv, you do realize what it is? Before you start using it, spreading it for its obvious intention and design, lets all accept it for what it is, Political propaganda. Its design, clearly written to support liberal propaganda tactic's. Please contribute from reliable, honest news sources that are not under the influence of one political party. At least maybe articles that cant so easily be acknowledged for what its obvious attempt is.

Please some one support their liberalism with some integrity.

Okay. No problem. Here's an article from a 'reliable, honest news source that's not under the influence of one political party.' And nicely balanced with pros and cons from party members. So it seems Conservatives don't always agree with one another, which I rarely see reflected elsewhere when no one dares to break in to their eco chamber.
Conservative members vote to ban 'gender-affirming care' for minors

On Saturday, 69% of delegates supported Resolution C-7 — in a nonbinding vote — to ban irreversible gender transitions for children and teenagers.

https://www.rebelnews.com/conservative_ ... for_minors
Oh sorry, I should have added this, which I posted earlier, as a similar example to the Rebel article.
Spiff wrote: Sep 10th, 2023, 5:34 am POLICY PLENARY Doc released.

https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-co ... fa92-3.pdf

CPAC Policy session.

https://www.cpac.ca/episode?id=edfcce6d ... 1e9a38359a


I'm finding matching doc to discussion isn't too difficult.
A realization that with in political parties, voting takes place to ensure a system of democracy stays strong, and its news? This convention, even with the measures of canada's pathetic leftism news sources trying desperately to alter its core policy discussions, has somehow managed to add even more support in the polls for this more neutral political party.
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Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:47 am
77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:38 am

Do you think Wilber got it right? Sure sounds like it.
So then you agree he got it right. :up:

But like I posted above, you can contact him here for yourself and give him you kudos.

Advocacy Canada.

https://advocacy-canada.lgbt/contact/

Off to shop for groceries now.
I agree that it sounds like you think he got it right but that's not surprising since you adore activists and never have an opinion. Hilarious.
Go activists!
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77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 8:51 am
Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:47 am

So then you agree he got it right. :up:

But like I posted above, you can contact him here for yourself and give him you kudos.

Advocacy Canada.

https://advocacy-canada.lgbt/contact/

Off to shop for groceries now.
I agree that it sounds like you think he got it right but that's not surprising since you adore activists and never have an opinion. Hilarious.
Go activists!
Well my opinion is you think he got it right since, to me, you might be a conservatives and you support activists.

And Conservative Liam O’Brian opposed the resolution from the floor because he thought I would cause harm to the party's chances in the next election, and then suggested it was a matter for the provinces to manage.

So he too, perceived it might be taken as a hostile resolution as Wilber did in his retweet of TansParent Ok.

Also, Dr. Lisa Boning opposed the resolution because she thinks age alone does not determine consent and the policy stands against the values of the party towards freedom and bodily autonomy therefor a vote against that it is pure hypocrisy.

Hilarious, eh? :laugh:

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