Conservative convention soon.

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Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 12:02 pm
77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 8:51 am

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:
Yes, hilarious that you project your opinions on others and your opinions are obvious but quite lame that you won't stand behind them. Off to do life stuff now. Please stand by and wait on baited breath (don’t hold it) to see if I can be bothered with this nonsense any longer. Go hypocrisy!
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77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 12:18 pm
Spiff wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 12:02 pm

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:
Yes, hilarious that you project your opinions on others and your opinions are obvious but quite lame that you won't stand behind them. Off to do life stuff now. Please stand by and wait on baited breath (don’t hold it) to see if I can be bothered with this nonsense any longer. Go hypocrisy!
Well sorry. I gave people the tools to research the Plenary, but it seems as they say, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. Although maybe it's lame so this time try bringing the water to the horse.
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.
Also, I will add that I enjoyed the whole Plenary because it was a time when Conservatives got up and disagreed with one another (can't recall ever seeing it here), and in this instance challenged their own hypocrisy.
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77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:05 am 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.
Can u please specify exactly what you're calling a clown car and why? If you're referring to the rights of minorities then that outlandish sentiment is exactly why outdated parties like the CPC need to be abolished along with their conventions that are merely a way of marking votes to malign lgbtq groups and others
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VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 10:51 pm
77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:05 am 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.
Can u please specify exactly what you're calling a clown car and why? If you're referring to the rights of minorities then that outlandish sentiment is exactly why outdated parties like the CPC need to be abolished along with their conventions that are merely a way of marking votes to malign lgbtq groups and others
I think I was pretty clear if you read the entire post and don't spin it into some type minority attack.
To think that a convention is merely about lgbtq groups is pretty self centered. This group is a small part of many issues that need to be addressed which makes me wonder if lgbtq ever think about anything but themselves. I'm sure they do other than a fringe few.

Do you have any comments on the rest of the "outdated party" convention or just the one you think the world revolves around?
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77TA wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 7:19 am Do you have any comments on the rest of the "outdated party" convention or just the one you think the world revolves around?
I'm looking to see what came out of the convention in terms of policy decisions on housing, affordability (inflation), and climate change.

Still looking.
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fluffy wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 7:29 am
77TA wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 7:19 am Do you have any comments on the rest of the "outdated party" convention or just the one you think the world revolves around?
I'm looking to see what came out of the convention in terms of policy decisions on housing, affordability (inflation), and climate change.

Still looking.
That's because the whole thing is merely about lgbtq groups. Try to keep up.
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VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 10:51 pm
77TA wrote: Sep 11th, 2023, 6:05 am 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.
Can u please specify exactly what you're calling a clown car and why? If you're referring to the rights of minorities then that outlandish sentiment is exactly why outdated parties like the CPC need to be abolished along with their conventions that are merely a way of marking votes to malign lgbtq groups and others
The extreme left viewpoint - you don't align with our minority viewpoint and have offended us, therefore your democratically elected party must be abolished.
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" attention passengers "
Ha.. at least I wasn't on the flight, I only wanna hear what the flight crew has to say :)
https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/pierre-poili ... -1.6557028
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fluffy wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 7:29 am
I'm looking to see what came out of the convention in terms of policy decisions on housing, affordability (inflation), and climate change.

Still looking.
Who cares what far Left :swear: hats want to see, especially when it comes to the "man made climate change" myth. What I'd like to see, and am still looking, is what good paying giant carbon taxes is doing to "fighting" the man-made climate change myth. We always hear about how we are supposed to pay more, do more, to fight this mythical "problem", but we're never told just what our efforts are doing, and what we are getting for our investment. Zip. Zero.

Just more ivory tower nonsense. "I want to see what others are doing about the man-made climate change" myth" they whine and cry and stamp their feet, but then they don't give us any sort of accounting. What happens if Canada spends $1 trillion "fighting" this myth? Will that stop all the wild fires? If not, why not? What is the number? They can never tell us. All these fools can do is point and say "it's not enough". Such utter horrible people.
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normaM wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 8:43 am " attention passengers "
Ha.. at least I wasn't on the flight, I only wanna hear what the flight crew has to say :)
https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/pierre-poili ... -1.6557028
Did he sign off with, "Food for everyone," and then parchute out?
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Spiff wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 10:14 am
normaM wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 8:43 am " attention passengers "
Ha.. at least I wasn't on the flight, I only wanna hear what the flight crew has to say :)
https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/pierre-poili ... -1.6557028
Did he sign off with, "Food for everyone," and then parchute out?
No, he signed off with "Bring it home". A fantastic phrase. Can't wait for the next election to "bring it home" and get Pierre into power, and wipe out the current far Left woke.
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Spiff wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 10:14 am
normaM wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 8:43 am " attention passengers "
Ha.. at least I wasn't on the flight, I only wanna hear what the flight crew has to say :)
https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/pierre-poili ... -1.6557028
Did he sign off with, "Food for everyone," and then parchute out?
In a just world he’d face repercussions for meddling with plane equipment. But it’s yet another example that PP the putz doesn’t care about Canadians
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VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 11:58 am
Spiff wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 10:14 am

Did he sign off with, "Food for everyone," and then parchute out?
In a just world he’d face repercussions for meddling with plane equipment. But it’s yet another example that PP the putz doesn’t care about Canadians
Try reading the article

“The use of the PA in this circumstance was approved in advance by WestJet operational leadership and up to the final determination of the operating crew."
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George Orwell 1984 wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 12:05 pm
VaxisSafe wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 11:58 am

In a just world he’d face repercussions for meddling with plane equipment. But it’s yet another example that PP the putz doesn’t care about Canadians
Try reading the article
I did. Plane communication systems are used to relay important safety messages and NOT for the likes of PP and other conservative “politicians” trying to manipulate people
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 8:47 am
fluffy wrote: Sep 12th, 2023, 7:29 am
I'm looking to see what came out of the convention in terms of policy decisions on housing, affordability (inflation), and climate change.

Still looking.
Who cares what far Left :swear: hats want to see, especially when it comes to the "man made climate change" myth. What I'd like to see, and am still looking, is what good paying giant carbon taxes is doing to "fighting" the man-made climate change myth. We always hear about how we are supposed to pay more, do more, to fight this mythical "problem", but we're never told just what our efforts are doing, and what we are getting for our investment. Zip. Zero.

Just more ivory tower nonsense. "I want to see what others are doing about the man-made climate change" myth" they whine and cry and stamp their feet, but then they don't give us any sort of accounting. What happens if Canada spends $1 trillion "fighting" this myth? Will that stop all the wild fires? If not, why not? What is the number? They can never tell us. All these fools can do is point and say "it's not enough". Such utter horrible people.
These are legitimate issues that matter to voters. Ignoring them will only keep the conservatives out of power for longer. This election will be a referendum on housing costs as priority #1. They would do themselves well to address that.
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