All Things Trudeau, Chapter 2

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Gone_Fishin wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:58 pm BAM! Trudeau loses his star athlete before the race even gets started. [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif] [icon_lol2.gif]

Son-of-a-biscuit Justin, your disgusting behaviour is chasing away even the most kissy-assed Liberals!


Carney will wait until sock boy is gone before he ever puts his hat in the ring. Not that you could blame him. [icon_lol2.gif]
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:52 pm
foenix wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 11:21 am

Psssst.......I think someone is confused and should go back and start relying on Wiki and Ms. Telford's daily speaking points and train to read a little more throughly so that the post doesn't come off looking foolish.....from your link and the very first sentence no less....But I'm so glad the JT haters are such an expert on monetary and fiscal policy because it's kinda sweet when the crow is laid out in front of them for the feasting.



Obviously this is the case here and all aboard for JT.
Wrong! But that's not surprising.

If you'd bothered to watch the video, you would have learned that there was NO directive given to the Governor to set aside the lending covenant.

This was thoroughly researched by the Library of Parliament to examine all records for directives BEFORE the discovery was made public. None were ever given.

But facts don't matter to Justin Trudeau's army of paid pumpers.
Hmmmmm.....you didn't actually believe one of the CPC pumper did you? That's the problem with politicians, you can't take their word for it like someone just did.........here's what he forgot to tell you why it's not illegal and either he lied or didn't actually do his homework....

COVID-19 Emergency Response Act
Part 8 amends Part IV of the Financial Administration Act to authorize the Minister of Finance, until September 30, 2020, to borrow money under that Act for certain payments without the authorization of the Governor in Council, and it also amends that Part to extend the time for the tabling of the report on that Minister’s plans in relation to the management of the public debt. It also amends Part IV.1 of that Act to authorize that Minister to make payments to an entity and to procure the incorporation of a corporation or establish an entity, other than a corporation, for the purposes of promoting the stability or maintaining the efficiency of the financial system in Canada. Finally, it makes related amendments to the Borrowing Authority Act and a consequential amendment to the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act.
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/ann ... age-1.html

How's the feasting coming along?
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ckil wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:55 pm I wonder why nobody brought this up. Poll from Castanet. Trudeau is toast.

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Because it's a castanet poll in BC in conservative Kelowna [icon_lol2.gif] . Of course the poll would be askewed.
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Trudeau also has to worry about the Maverick Party now eating into his base as well.

This is because the Maverick party is a reflection of the dissatisfaction with all of the current federal political parties. It is a "political home" for those who feel unrepresented by all the existing parties. The center of that sentiment has always been Alberta and Saskatchewan. Bernier tapped into that with the formation of the PPC party.

That powerful set of PPC principles got slowly swallowed up and changed and ignored by a Liberal party that tries to make everyone happy on the left and right without actually doing anything substantive.

It is notable in that context that the Saskatchewan party is in power in Saskatchewan. Also notable is the Wildrose party in Alberta. Both parties being very much less than federalist.

There has long been an innate suspicion of "easterners" in that region, and a good chunk of that suspicion aimed at Quebec. The PPC party owed a good chunk of its success to the fact that Justin Trudeau had centered Liberal support around Quebec and Ontario.

In that context, it was entirely predictable that the "wexit" sentiment would find expression when the Liberal leadership continues to pander to the "easterners" of the Laurentide elite and other Quebec-based companies - and was gerrymandered and gamed using Quebec to propel Trudeau into a tainted position of "leadership". The final nail in the coffin was the Liberals' announcement that the Trudeau Liberals would bring in a carbon tax.

The Maverick party has not chosen a fringe position, rather they pretty much are following in a hybrid model that takes the best of the old Reform ethos and combines it with the political shrewdness of the Bloc. If it works for Quebec to have a strong regional party - why wouldn't it work for Alberta/Saskatchewan? Good grief, Singh and Trudeau seem to be ok with LeGault unilaterally changing the Canadian constitution - so why not Alberta/Saskatchewan? Who is representing those AlSask views and interests? Singh? doesn't seem so. JT - a huge NO! from AlSask in the last election.

And that is just a small part of Justin Trudeau's problem. Trudeau is instead pivoting toward "urban values" in an attempt to chase votes in the 905, Montreal and Vancouver.

The Maverick party is a symptom of the federal Liberals and Justin Trudeau no longer representing a lot of constituencies. The disease is: if the Trudeau Liberals doesn't represent what I think, why should I vote for them? - and then seeing the same disconnect with the other choices.

Arguably if Jay Hill could persuade someone like Mark Carney (or even Mark Garneau) to switch over and lead the Mavericks - the Trudeau Liberals would collapse in many constituencies. That's how a close a thing it is for Justin, who stands at minus 7 in Alberta and behind Singh who is plus 3.

The Trudeau Liberals really are losing support from the Left, definitely the Right, and of course, bleeding huge support in the center to the CPC. There is a reason the Liberals are looking beyond desperate right now, they can read the writing on the wall. Until they get rid of Justin Trudeau, the Liberals will continue to "circle the drain" and completely devolve into a rump party, not really serving anyone's interests anywhere.
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the sooner :cuss: offender jt is gone the better, worst leader of canada ever
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foenix wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 1:36 pm

Hmmmmm.....you didn't actually believe one of the CPC pumper did you? That's the problem with politicians, you can't take their word for it like someone just did.........here's what he forgot to tell you why it's not illegal and either he lied or didn't actually do his homework....

COVID-19 Emergency Response Act
Part 8 amends Part IV of the Financial Administration Act to authorize the Minister of Finance, until September 30, 2020, to borrow money under that Act for certain payments without the authorization of the Governor in Council, and it also amends that Part to extend the time for the tabling of the report on that Minister’s plans in relation to the management of the public debt. It also amends Part IV.1 of that Act to authorize that Minister to make payments to an entity and to procure the incorporation of a corporation or establish an entity, other than a corporation, for the purposes of promoting the stability or maintaining the efficiency of the financial system in Canada. Finally, it makes related amendments to the Borrowing Authority Act and a consequential amendment to the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act.
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/ann ... age-1.html

How's the feasting coming along?
Looks to me like that is in force until September 30, 2020, I just looked up that date and it was last year
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foenix wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 1:39 pm
ckil wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:55 pm I wonder why nobody brought this up. Poll from Castanet. Trudeau is toast.

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Because it's a castanet poll in BC in conservative Kelowna [icon_lol2.gif] . Of course the poll would be askewed.
excuses, excuses.
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ckil wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:55 pm I wonder why nobody brought this up. Poll from Castanet. Trudeau is toast.

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Poll results were expected to be that way.
Check B.C. Interior ridings in the last Federal Election.
All Conservative. Except 2 for NDP.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_o ... _by_riding
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PoplarSoul wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 3:42 pm
ckil wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 12:55 pm I wonder why nobody brought this up. Poll from Castanet. Trudeau is toast.

poll.JPG
Poll results were expected to be that way.
Check B.C. Interior ridings in the last Federal Election.
All Conservative. Except 2 for NDP.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_o ... _by_riding
Trudeau is out.
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PoplarSoul wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 3:42 pm
Poll results were expected to be that way.
Of course poll results with the Conservatives winning by a landslide are to be expected, and it's all due to just how horrible a PM we have right now, and how unpopular the Liberals are federally. And rightly so, they've done a terrible job at governing.
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Gee, surprise, another toxic workplace, Trudeau and sure pick 'em. Carolyn Bennett Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister

"Indigenous employees were regularly sidelined by a "toxic" working environment in the office of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett but their complaints fell on deaf ears, several former staffers have told CBC News.

At least one verbal complaint about the workplace environment was brought to the minister herself, while a separate verbal complaint went to her chief of staff, Sarah Welch, said former staff members. Three verbal complaints also went to officials in the Prime Minister's Office, but they resulted in no action, according to the former staffers."


https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/benn ... sNFtn-n0jA
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 4:30 pm
PoplarSoul wrote: Jul 20th, 2021, 3:42 pm
Poll results were expected to be that way.
Of course poll results with the Conservatives winning by a landslide are to be expected, and it's all due to just how horrible a PM we have right now, and how unpopular the Liberals are federally. And rightly so, they've done a terrible job at governing.
I've yet to see a poll result in this election cycle that has the CPC ahead of anyone. I know that they are barely ahead of the NDP and the Maverick Party and it's mostly due to JT's leadership and the way he has navigated his way around this world wide Pandemic. The reason JT and the Libs are so far ahead of the NDP and the CPC is the great job they are doing running the country and making us great again.
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mikest2 wrote: Jul 21st, 2021, 7:28 am Gee, surprise, another toxic workplace, Trudeau and sure pick 'em. Carolyn Bennett Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister

"Indigenous employees were regularly sidelined by a "toxic" working environment in the office of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett but their complaints fell on deaf ears, several former staffers have told CBC News.

At least one verbal complaint about the workplace environment was brought to the minister herself, while a separate verbal complaint went to her chief of staff, Sarah Welch, said former staff members. Three verbal complaints also went to officials in the Prime Minister's Office, but they resulted in no action, according to the former staffers."


https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/benn ... sNFtn-n0jA
Sounds like there were a lot of bickering going on by the "several Indigenous staff workers" that didn't get their way and now is using the supposed "in the hip pocket of the Libs" CBC to air out their grievances in public. How typical.....I think I remember a former AG doing the same thing....but I digress. In the same article......
Bennett "cared deep down about Indigenous people." They said she wanted to execute transformational change........She is very much convinced what the solution is and she has the right way of doing things...

In the statement she sent to CBC News, Bennett said she has always "focused on creating an inclusive environment" that respected all voices on her team.

"It has been imperative to me that the voices of Indigenous members of our team are heard. I am very concerned that any former staff would feel they are not an integral part of our team or that their perspectives were not valued. I am very grateful to the team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in my office," said Bennett's statement.

Bennett said any time human resources issues surfaced in her office, they were taken "seriously and dealt with expeditiously" — through "dismissal" in at least one case.

The PMO would not comment on the record, but a senior government source told CBC News PMO officials have no record of receiving complaints about Bennett's office.

According to former staffers, at least 11 Indigenous people have entered and left Bennett's office since she was handed the Indigenous Affairs portfolio, which turned into her current role at CIRNA after the department was split in two in 2017.

"When I got there, I quickly realized I was a token," said one former staffer.
Obviously, a couple of disgruntled works.....whining loudly as they exit stage left. That's what happens in a lot of workplaces, peeps leaving for various reasons and some stirring the post as they depart. I'm sure it's a bipartisan thing.
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mikest2 wrote: Jul 21st, 2021, 7:28 am Gee, surprise, another toxic workplace, Trudeau and sure pick 'em. Carolyn Bennett Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister

"Indigenous employees were regularly sidelined by a "toxic" working environment in the office of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett but their complaints fell on deaf ears, several former staffers have told CBC News.

At least one verbal complaint about the workplace environment was brought to the minister herself, while a separate verbal complaint went to her chief of staff, Sarah Welch, said former staff members. Three verbal complaints also went to officials in the Prime Minister's Office, but they resulted in no action, according to the former staffers."


https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/benn ... sNFtn-n0jA
With the CBC no longer being dainty with the Trudeau Liberals, gotta wonder if the election's off.
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