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Justin Trudeau - Suffering from Foot in Mouth - Canadian Style

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A lot of people posting on here look at one small area of Harper or Trudeau's campaign and state that is what makes him a good leader.

The big difference is that Harper has already been Prime Minister for several years now while Trudeau has been a amateur sports adviser. He has already shown that his campaign will be run by splitting up Canada and appeasing the larger side of the split.

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Justin is right, Alberta sucks. I lived in Calgary for a decade and coming back to BC was a great feeling. Kind of like taking a hot shower after spending a day working in scum.

I was on Harper's bandwagon on many of his issues but what has me livid with him and his party is the continued muzzling of Canadian scientists, especially concerning environmental issues. Any party that feels entitled to interfere with free speech of this nature to push an archaic economic agenda is bad news. I would expect this type of censorship from American conservatives, not our own.

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Beat Harper at what exactly, teaching drama class, embarrassing statements or appearing on posters on his supporters bedroom walls?

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I missed that election. Can you provide a link.

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Beat Harper at what exactly, teaching drama class, embarrassing statements or appearing on posters on his supporters bedroom walls?

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Oooh!!, someone hates Justin? .. you could be in for a long "spite-session", laddie .. :lol:

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Yeah I don't like him or his party, his father was a great man though, whether it was Jagger, Richards or one of the roadies.

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'Can', not 'did.'

The poll indicating the possibilty of a Trudeau-led Liberal minority gov't was published the day before the Cons' attack on Trudeau.

Scared?

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Takes after his mom a bit too much.

Prime Minister Mulcair sounds pretty good.

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I hate the Liberal party, both provincial and federal. If Trudeau becomes their leader, I'll hate them even more. The guy is one smug idiot living off his daddy's legacy.

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Yes. Selective memory is a wonderful thing for would be governing dynasties. Trudeau broke some kinds of negative approval records in his final years but now the masses clamor for his scion to come to their rescue. Another one for the “you can make this stuff up” file.

Nonetheless, there is sure to be some entertainment value when this pretentious punk assumes the position. Since, as per Mencken, “democracy is the theory that the voting public knows what it wants and deserves to get it good and hard,” Canadians will follow through. In terms of reasons for voting, name familiarity seems close enough to running while black for the modern, discerning, democracy exercising sophisticates.

Daddy was all about bilingual babelism, immigration, sex and dope. And junior, being a bigger nitwit still, will doubtless double down on more of the same. The one world banking elite will be happy to have the likes of him at the helm as our ship enters “brave new world” phase.

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Yes. Selective memory is a wonderful thing for would be governing dynasties. Trudeau broke some kinds of negative approval records in his final years but now the masses clamor for his scion to come to their rescue. Another one for the “you can make this stuff up” file.

Nonetheless, there is sure to be some entertainment value when this pretentious punk assumes the position. Since, as per Mencken, “democracy is the theory that the voting public knows what it wants and deserves to get it good and hard,” Canadians will follow through. In terms of reasons for voting, name familiarity seems close enough to running while black for the modern, discerning, democracy exercising sophisticates.

Daddy was all about bilingual babelism, immigration, sex and dope. And junior, being a bigger nitwit still, will doubtless double down on more of the same. The one world banking elite will be happy to have the likes of him at the helm as our ship enters “brave new world” phase.

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Yes. Selective memory is a wonderful thing for would be governing dynasties. Trudeau broke some kinds of negative approval records in his final years but now the masses clamor for his scion to come to their rescue. Another one for the “you can make this stuff up” file.

Nonetheless, there is sure to be some entertainment value when this pretentious punk assumes the position. Since, as per Mencken, “democracy is the theory that the voting public knows what it wants and deserves to get it good and hard,” Canadians will follow through. In terms of reasons for voting, name familiarity seems close enough to running while black for the modern, discerning, democracy exercising sophisticates.

Daddy was all about bilingual babelism, immigration, sex and dope. And junior, being a bigger nitwit still, will doubtless double down on more of the same. The one world banking elite will be happy to have the likes of him at the helm as our ship enters “brave new world” phase.

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This thread contains a lot of crazy.

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I have a feeling you don't think much of Justin Trudeau. Isn't it a bit unfair to attack someone just because he has a famous father. He should be judged on what he says and do.

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According to a recent poll, the Liberals under Justin Trudeau would win a minority government.

http://news.national...-poll-suggests/

Female voters: 42% Lib, 26% Tory, 25% NDP

Male Voters: 35% Lib, 35% Tory, 21% NDP

18-34 age group: 27% Lib., 27% Tory, 34% NDP

And he also wins the over age 45 group decisively.

His strongest support comes from women. Why? Just because he is good lucky guy? Is that a good reason to vote for him?

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According to a recent poll, the Liberals under Justin Trudeau would win a minority government.

http://news.national...-poll-suggests/

Female voters: 42% Lib, 26% Tory, 25% NDP

Male Voters: 35% Lib, 35% Tory, 21% NDP

18-34 age group: 27% Lib., 27% Tory, 34% NDP

And he also wins the over age 45 group decisively.

His strongest support comes from women. Why? Just because he is good lucky guy? Is that a good reason to vote for him?

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Oooh!!, someone hates Justin? .. you could be in for a long "spite-session", laddie .. :lol:

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Yeah but men are voting for the guy too. Maybe there's more to looks about it. (Like his surname) Or maybe people have been waiting for a legit alternative to Harper. Note that a Bob Rae-led Liberal party is off the map.i

According to a recent poll, the Liberals under Justin Trudeau would win a minority government.

http://news.national...-poll-suggests/

Female voters: 42% Lib, 26% Tory, 25% NDP

Male Voters: 35% Lib, 35% Tory, 21% NDP

18-34 age group: 27% Lib., 27% Tory, 34% NDP

And he also wins the over age 45 group decisively.

His strongest support comes from women. Why? Just because he is good lucky guy? Is that a good reason to vote for him?

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