All Things Trudeau, Chapter 2

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GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 8:44 pm JT needs to fire ALL of his advisors, simply because of how many times he has had to apologize for stupid choices.
Apologizing is a strength, not a weakness. He's a human too. We mess up constantly. It's weird that one person in any country has that level of responsibility. Not one single person on this planet is qualified or prepared for that.
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zerograv wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:26 am

Brian Lilley and the sun?

There's some quality unbiased journalism if I've ever seen it.


In the week since TRD, Lilley tweeted about tofino 48 times and about reconciliation zero times.

No wonder conservatives listen to him like gospel, they all share the same bigotry.
But sure you have no issue with Rosemary Burton from the CBC and her totally unbiased journalism of her love in with Justin Trudeau .
No wonder why Justin Trudeau bails out the CBC in the tune of Billions of are hard earned tax $$$ .
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foenix wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 7:42 pmNo one cares. Everything turned out well, JT got his holiday and the FNs got their political apology. All good that ends well...another case of a nothing burger from the JT haters.
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JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 9:07 pm
GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 8:44 pm JT needs to fire ALL of his advisors, simply because of how many times he has had to apologize for stupid choices.
Apologizing is a strength, not a weakness. He's a human too. We mess up constantly. It's weird that one person in any country has that level of responsibility. Not one single person on this planet is qualified or prepared for that.
Didn't sound like Trudeau did apologize for going to the beach, though - not from the clips CBC was playing. He said traveling on that day was a mistake. Far too similar to how he avoided taking responsibility for having groped a woman in the Kootenays years ago while he was much younger and out partying.

He didn't say "I messed up and I'm sorry" - he said sometimes people experience "it" differently. Just like "it" was a mistake to travel on that day.

Yes, messing up occasionally is part of being human. Mature people take responsibility for having messed up, and a genuine apology requires taking responsibility. He doesn't seem able to do that.
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JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 9:07 pm
GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 8:44 pm JT needs to fire ALL of his advisors, simply because of how many times he has had to apologize for stupid choices.
Apologizing is a strength, not a weakness. He's a human too. We mess up constantly. It's weird that one person in any country has that level of responsibility. Not one single person on this planet is qualified or prepared for that.
Apologizing for our jack :swear: of a PM, he is hopping for gullible people.
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GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:08 pm
JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 9:07 pm

Apologizing is a strength, not a weakness. He's a human too. We mess up constantly. It's weird that one person in any country has that level of responsibility. Not one single person on this planet is qualified or prepared for that.
Apologizing for our jack :swear: of a PM, he is hopping for gullible people.
Well he is athletic. :biggrin:
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JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:20 pm
GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:08 pm

Apologizing for our jack :swear: of a PM, he is hopping for gullible people.
Well he is athletic. :biggrin:
Yep, as he drags his feet on clean drinking water for 6 :swear: years for First Nations across Canada.
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rustled wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 10:40 pm
JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 9:07 pm

Apologizing is a strength, not a weakness. He's a human too. We mess up constantly. It's weird that one person in any country has that level of responsibility. Not one single person on this planet is qualified or prepared for that.
Didn't sound like Trudeau did apologize for going to the beach, though - not from the clips CBC was playing. He said traveling on that day was a mistake. Far too similar to how he avoided taking responsibility for having groped a woman in the Kootenays years ago while he was much younger and out partying.

He didn't say "I messed up and I'm sorry" - he said sometimes people experience "it" differently. Just like "it" was a mistake to travel on that day.

Yes, messing up occasionally is part of being human. Mature people take responsibility for having messed up, and a genuine apology requires taking responsibility. He doesn't seem able to do that.
He had nothing to apologize for. He went on a vacay. Nothing to see here.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 7th, 2021, 12:21 am He went on a vacay. Nothing to see here
Apparently Trudeau himself disagrees with you. He’s admitted to making a mistake, even though he stopped short of an actual apology.

He should have apologized though, for not observing the day in a truly respectful fashion. A day that he created, and asked all Canadians to observe.

Pity he didn’t follow his own advice.
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I'd not call a trip booked weeks in advance a "mess up"
A friend has a demon child, she does naughty things, then to avoid punishment says " sowwe"
about as heartfelt as Justin's apology

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GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:35 pm
JLives wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:20 pm

Well he is athletic. :biggrin:
Yep, as he drags his feet on clean drinking water for 6 :swear: years for First Nations across Canada.
That's more than the other party did in 10 years, no? In fact, didn't they leave it for JT to initiate like the Afghani mess JT had to clean up as well?
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GordonH wrote: Oct 6th, 2021, 11:35 pm Yep, as he drags his feet on clean drinking water for 6 :swear: years for First Nations across Canada.
Long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves
Progress on lifting long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves
https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/150651414 ... 3317130660
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Apparently Liberal voters got duped again
It looks like Canada is not even close to meeting the national emissions targets that Trudeau promised just five months ago. In April, Trudeau pledged that by 2030, Canada would be 40 per cent below the country’s 2005 emissions. According to a new report by Montreal’s Trottier Energy Institute, the cut is going to look more like 16 per cent. This might be a good place to mention that the Paris Climate Agreement originally pinned Canada to a more achievable 2030 target of 30 per cent below 2005 emissions, but Trudeau decided to raise that on the eve of Election 44, promising that Canada was “on track to blow past our old target.”
https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/fi ... ne-mandate
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Oct 7th, 2021, 12:21 am
He had nothing to apologize for. He went on a vacay. Nothing to see here.
And yet he apologized.
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Merry wrote: Oct 7th, 2021, 8:20 am Apparently Liberal voters got duped again
It looks like Canada is not even close to meeting the national emissions targets that Trudeau promised just five months ago. In April, Trudeau pledged that by 2030, Canada would be 40 per cent below the country’s 2005 emissions. According to a new report by Montreal’s Trottier Energy Institute, the cut is going to look more like 16 per cent. This might be a good place to mention that the Paris Climate Agreement originally pinned Canada to a more achievable 2030 target of 30 per cent below 2005 emissions, but Trudeau decided to raise that on the eve of Election 44, promising that Canada was “on track to blow past our old target.”
https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/fi ... ne-mandate
seems JT and his main opponent were both lying.......

O'Toole matches Trudeau's absurd climate promise
New Conservative leader Erin O’Toole has joined Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in making the absurd promise to reduce Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions to 30% below 2005 levels by 2030 under the Paris climate accord.
https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... te-promise

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