When is a contract a contract?

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habsfan1
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When is a contract a contract?

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Did you catch Campbell explaining how a contact has to be respected and the government must respect contractual law? This was in regards to some sort of pay out one of their candidates received.

Funny, I seem to recall someone ripping up multiple contracts (after PROMISING not to)?

This seems to be the Liberal party policy regarding contracts:
1)Is the person a Liberal? --> Honour contract
2)Is the person a CEO making over $100 000 a year? --> Honour Contract
3)Is the person a member of a union? --> Rip up contract if you fee like it
4)Is the person making less than $100 00 a year? --> Rip up contract if you feel like it

Campbell and the Liberals are liars. Nothing they say can be trusted. They have clearly shown that. Don't forget their past record of broken promises (or we are bound to repeat it)

Remember their dishonour when you vote.
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Re: When is a contract a contract?

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habsfan1 wrote:Campbell and the Liberals are liars. Nothing they say can be trusted.


That goes for all politicians and all political parties. Remember that too!
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Re: When is a contract a contract?

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habsfan1 wrote: Did you catch Campbell explaining how a contract has to be respected and the government must respect contractual law? This was in regards to some sort of pay out one of their candidates received.


That would be funny if it wasn't so sad. This guy just says let me give it to you again one more time and we all (at least some) just say how far do you want me to bend over Gordo ?

"Give it to me one more time"

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