Pierre Poilievre's Politics of Inclusion

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Gone_Fishin wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 7:26 am A lesson in taxation.

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Quick Dick McDick knows his stuff!
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The NDP Liberal groupies are lighting their hair on fire about "cuts" that PM Poilievre *may* make.

What does the Parliamentary Budget Officer have to say about the status quo?

Highest tax take, biggest federal government, highest spending - what did we get?

Federal departments met only 54% of their goals, which they themselves set and are not ambitious.

“There was no evidence Canadians benefited from service improvements that justified extra hiring”

- Parliamentary Budget Officer, Yves Giroux
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George Orwell 1984 wrote: Dec 1st, 2023, 7:59 am Quick Dick McDick knows his stuff!
If Putzy had just two active brain cells to rub together, I’d recommend that he watch QuickDick explain what happens to prices along the food chain as well as the benefits that foreign countries reap supplying us with cheaper products.

But, alas, the missing brain cells are not there and Canada’s demise will continue as is until we kick the bugger out.
Sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice. There’s a certain point at which ignorance becomes malice, at which there is simply no way to become THAT ignorant except deliberately and maliciously.

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Catsumi wrote: Dec 2nd, 2023, 11:31 am If Putzy had just two active brain cells to rub together, I’d recommend that he watch QuickDick explain what happens to prices along the food chain as well as the benefits that foreign countries reap supplying us with cheaper products.
I don’t think PP Putzy would watch such a video; he’s too busy calling human rights ‘woke’
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New polling by Ipsos, provided to Global News, shows that nearly three in four Canadians believe Trudeau should step down now. Among those who identify as Liberal Party supporters, one in three think it's time for a new party leader. Unfortunately for the Liberals even if they did pick a new leader polling shows it is still highly unlikely they would win the next election. Unfortunately for Canadians that election is still two years away and Trudeau is confident he will win (showing just how arrogant and deluded he actually is).
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steven lloyd wrote: Dec 2nd, 2023, 11:57 am New polling by Ipsos, provided to Global News, shows that nearly three in four Canadians believe Trudeau should step down now. Among those who identify as Liberal Party supporters, one in three think it's time for a new party leader. Unfortunately for the Liberals even if they did pick a new leader polling shows it is still highly unlikely they would win the next election. Unfortunately for Canadians that election is still two years away and Trudeau is confident he will win (showing just how arrogant and deluded he actually is).
2 more years of PP the Putz being a dangerous bigot is a long time. Hopefully the cons will tell him to undergo some therapy in that timeframe or choose an actual competent person with a brain to replace PP.
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Two more years will show the Conservative Party and PIERRE polling well above 50% and the niberals ever further in their downward spiral. OH LOOK 👀 fighting over the bottom of the pile :130: at 22%
Heartwarming indeed !!
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VaxisSafe wrote: Dec 2nd, 2023, 1:33 pm
being a dangerous bigot is a long time.
Who is a "dangerous bigot"? Who is this person? And why are you talking about them in a thread about Pierre Poilievre, who is the further thing from a "dangerous bigot"? Let's try and stay on topic here.
Hopefully the cons will tell him to undergo some therapy in that timeframe or choose an actual competent person with a brain to replace PP.
I assume you are referring to Pierre Poilievre, who is competent and has a brain, and is now sitting around 210 seats in the polls, due to how brainless and incompetent his opponents are. The only way to combat Pierre, in my opinion, if you are dumb enough to want to, would be to get rid of the brain-less incompetents currently leading the two other main parties. But I'm happy with the current spineless fools being in charge, as it's great entertainment watching Pierre carve them up daily in the House.
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Another good article on how non-dangerous non-bigoted Pierre is winning over hearts and minds, while enduring "fascist dog whistles" from his opposition. Go Pierre!!
How Pierre Poilievre's 'soft populism' is riding a global wave of voter frustration

OTTAWA — If there is a common feature of the populist eruptions around the world this year it may be the belief that everyone in charge is just not up to the job.

Elites, experts, sacred institutions and, yes, even gatekeepers have been widely maligned.

And there are as many flavours of populism as there are countries. In Holland, long-time anti-immigrant campaigner Geert Wilders won the most seats in the recent general election, but may struggle to form a governing coalition.

Argentinian president-elect Javier Milei, a former economist, has been described as an anarcho-capitalist and libertarian. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has been described as a nationalist and right-wing populist. Other parties in Europe considered to be hard-right are rising in the polls.

In Canada, the Liberals have been working to draw a parallel between Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre and former U.S. President Donald Trump’s “MAGA” populist politics, to limited effect.

“The talk of Pierre Poilievre being a populist is really exaggerated and overblown. I think he’s recognizably conservative,” said Dan Robertson, a senior advisor for FocalData and the chief strategist for the 2021 Conservative general election campaign.

“He just happens to be more aggressive in the way that he communicates but there’s nothing out of the ordinary about Poilievre’s political views. They’re all recognizably conservative within a Canadian context,” said Robertson.
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/h ... 8b96&ei=10
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Nov 29th, 2023, 5:14 pm

LOL - Justin is still calling his idiotic carbon tax a "price on pollution" - that idiot is going to ride this dead horse right into the sun, and take down the entire Liberal party continuing to flog this stupid lie. What a bonehead.
When will we stop using worldly issues such as Russia's invasion as the cause of the inflation?? Gas prices recently came down and may be going back up, did Russia stop the war for a week?

He is so full of BS, he himself doesn't know the truth of it. Carbon tax on carbon tax adds up, wish my investments grew on the same principle of interest, on interest, on interest!
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There is no way truedeaus woke liberalism experiment party stands a chance against this guys abilities. Pierre talks and never once needs to resort to offering validations, virtue signaling around gender, culture canceling, book burnings, nazi warnings, threats to democracies, name affiliations etc. Just common sense to economies and our survival.
JT has one support mechanism for his party, victimhood and virtue signaling validations.
And that's the end of his parties experiment,,,,
Thanks for ruining our country.
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Pierre stands up to the fascist dog-whistling of his opponents, and releases this video today. Go Pierre!!! :up:

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VaxisSafe wrote: Dec 2nd, 2023, 1:33 pm 2 more years of PP the Putz being a dangerous bigot is a long time. Hopefully the cons will tell him to undergo some therapy in that timeframe or choose an actual competent person with a brain to replace PP.
You're going to have to come up with
something a lot better than that.
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Liberal brain flatulence posing as what- desperation to come up with something/ anything to fear monger .
Sad really .

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