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  1. Happy holidays or what ever you may celebrate, I wish you and yours the best. and may good fortune come to all of us in 2021... yes even the liberals.
    8 points
  2. Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!
    6 points
  3. Harper actually worked for a living, and rose from the mail room to being an economist - getting his bachelor's and master's while working. Most of all, he was NOT a goddamned lawyer and as far away from an entitled, silver spoon spoiled brat as you can get.
    5 points
  4. Your problem is that you are trying to convince people on here that the fraud is real. As I have repeatedly stated in the past, and as Queenmandy85 just stated, if there was any evidence of fraud that in any way cast the results of the election into doubt, the White House, the Republican party, and the right leaning courts, packed with Trump appointees, would have been able to show such and have the relevant votes discounted. Such nonsense as blaming procedural decisions for not allowing courts to review evidence supposes a breathtaking lack of competence on the part of those trying to
    4 points
  5. Betsy, I know that you're a Christian. I'm not. Nevertheless, I wish you a good New Year.
    4 points
  6. Merry Christmas. Under Joe Biden we won't be allowed to call it Christmas anymore.
    4 points
  7. Do you think the pandemic is being used as an excuse to restrict the actions of the population for other reasons?
    3 points
  8. Yesterday, in the midst of watching a seditious mob casually walk past an unprepared capitol hill police force, I came across a brilliant tweet: After spending the 20th century undermining democratically elected governments that commit the unforgivable crime of failing to be sufficiently deferential to US business interests, the US became a snake trying to devour it's own tail. Much attention was paid to Trump and his gang of sycophants. However, Trumpism is only marginally about Trump. For decades, across the western world, right wing ideologues (starting with Reagan and Th
    3 points
  9. Of course I did, because it was just your feeble attempting to retreat from the untenable position of defending your earlier statement which came out like a big brash fact and died with a whimper. You puffed your chest and talked some smack, now you're trying to hide behind a wall of baseless allegations like every other worthless leftist in North America. If you're trying to be funny, that was just pathetic. If you think it's true, it's an atrocious and pathetic lie. You couldn't possibly be more dishonest or weak right now MH. Honestly, you completely ran fro
    3 points
  10. When people were threatened by mobs during the 2020 Demmie riots, Pelosi and the Democrats vigorously defended the mobs and prosecuted the homeowners who defended themselves as criminals. When low-rent housing was burned to the ground this summer, the Obamas, Pelosi, Harris and the Dems fervently supported the actions of rioters. When anarchists overran police detachments and attacked federal buildings this summer, the Dems stood with them, even going so far as to call the terrorist-held enclave, where Americans were denied the right to police protection and suffered the pillaging a
    3 points
  11. Useless hyperbole. An extended prison term would suffice.
    3 points
  12. In trumps defence his niece does not hold any positions in government. 😄
    3 points
  13. Clearly you do care....for your own righteous reasons. That's OK, but this guy still gets his 1st Amendment rights and due process regardless.
    3 points
  14. Sorry, that's not how the law or constitution works. One doesn't get to pick and choose when to apply your righteous version of justice and morality.
    3 points
  15. The correct response to this should be simple. Any white male business owner can simple self-identify as black, etc., or even a woman.
    3 points
  16. You regularly donate your salary to charity?
    3 points
  17. Trump does not do 'noble'. Trump does 'what's in it for me?'
    3 points
  18. China is a major threat to our economy and national security. The Canadian government should have taken steps to curb the CCP's activities within our borders yet they continue to fail badly in this area. Government agencies were provided with a database of over 1.95 millions CCP members working abroad with their sole purpose being to steal technologies and intellectual property. The USA has taken a strong stand against the CCP yet our elected officials refuse to do anything about it, instead standing by until something happens. When "the shit hits the fan", they respond with diplomacy inst
    3 points
  19. Hardly. Well versed in both, thanks.
    3 points
  20. One thing I was stuck by listening to the audio was how ignorant Trump was about his own efforts to overturn the election. I think posters on this site would have done a better job trying to convince the Secretary of State the election was stolen. He keeps talking about rumours and "what people are saying". And like the constant con-man he is, he's trying to convince Raffensperger that other states are about to decertify as well. That's an obvious lie. Amongst other obvious lies. Georgia has done 3 re-counts. At this point there's no level of due diligence that will convince T
    3 points
  21. You're saying you're too stupid to listen to the full video yourself and must be spoonfed an edited version, and now you're going to use that as an excuse in the hopes that the longer version, which you're too stupid to listen to, might have some added context, which you can't identify because you were too stupid to actually listen?
    3 points
  22. Just put him on ignore like I did, he does nothing but troll and spew ignorant nonsense. Not even worth reading. If all of us whom he trolls put him on ignore we can all have a much better conversation.
    3 points
  23. It’s really amazing to me how Trump makes people behave in a way they would never behave in normally. He also makes people support politicians who’s policies they would never support normally either. But he just has that effect on certain people. I find that it’s usually fragile, weak minded people that just can’t process somebody acting in a way that offends them. The result is an actual derangement, illustrated by many people in this forum. They’re not well.
    3 points
  24. New thread . . . . 'What to do about Canada' Many Canadians have a self-righteous attitude towards Americans. MG's post is the blueprint for that attitude. Canadian motto: "Aah . . . oh oh, Mmmm maybe not, you can't do that, that'll never work, not right now . . . maybe tomorrow. American motto: "Just watch me" . . . . .
    3 points
  25. Lol. Of course, you know that wishing ill of others will automatically boomerang on you at some point?
    3 points
  26. And now the days will start to get longer. Whoopee!! I just hate these long dark evenings. Peace to you also.
    3 points
  27. Maybe it's in the nature of conservatism to not be content with second or third best, to not be satisfied with what we have. Then again, that's a personality trait which motivates people like me to keep plugging away and not be content with being a security guard or something like that (which I was for a time). We are not a united country. Quebec stays here because it's not economically feasible to leave without taking a huge hit to their standard of living, but there's no sense of patriotism or even interest in Canada beyond Quebec. The natives appear to want nothing to do with us except
    3 points
  28. This is really a pot calling kettle black-game; The same people who are now laughing at Trump-supporters and calling them deluded conspiracy-theorists are themselves people who refuse to let go of their own narrative that Putin organised the 2016 election for Trump even though that has also been proved as bullshit. Nobody or no amount of evidence will ever let them go of that very belief that the Trump-presidency has been illgitimate.
    3 points
  29. In WW II most Soviet soldiers were more terrified of their own politruks behind the lines than the enemy soldiers. With a good reason too. Going forward meant a high risk of getting killed. Going backwards meant a certainty of being executed.
    3 points
  30. Wow, amazing. Someone says something, and someone with knowledge answers. What a remarkable world. It's like the first allegations of fraud started with a video of an election worker taking papers out of an envelope and something throwing them in the trash. "He's throwing out Trump ballots! Aaaarghhhh!" say the Shakys of the world. Then an election supervisor looks at the video and says "No, those are just papers sent to voters which are being mistakenly sent back with the ballots. And you can tell because the ballots are a different shape." It's called INFORMATION! Somethi
    2 points
  31. What those opposing the 2020 election results should have done was gathered all the evidence they could find that there had been any election fraud, and put it before the courts. I'm surprised they didn't think of that. The courts are mainly either right leaning, or better, Trump appointed, so it would have been a lock had any of the evidence had any substance.
    2 points
  32. It would help if people on the left stopped salivating at the idea of going after him and enacting revenge on not only him, but "Trump supporters". I guess they forgot that about 1/2 the population has voted for Donald Trump. All kooks and useless vermin to be ignored. Vilified. Sweep them away!
    2 points
  33. “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” - Sir Winston Churchill Certainly other agendas are being pursued that would not otherwise be possible politically.
    2 points
  34. His salary is likely dwarfed by the Taxpayer money he wastes taking his entourage to Mar-A-lago and charging them full freight to stay there.
    2 points
  35. For those whose agenda won't allow them to click the expand button you don't want to miss this: "In August 2020 remarks to a small crowd at a Washington, D.C., intersection, Sullivan pointed to the nearby White House and unleashed a torrent of violent rhetoric. "We ... about to burn this s--- down," he said. "We gotta ... rip Trump right out of that office right there," he continued, adding, "We ain't about ... waiting until the next election." He then led the crowd in a chant of, "It's time for revolution."
    2 points
  36. We Canadians expect the US to protect us . . . . then we endlessly criticize them on every front. We're a bunch of self-righteous virtue signalers. Other folks laugh at us. We have the cretin we deserve. This country's fucked.
    2 points
  37. I believe I've spoken out against all of that, and against the spineless cowardice of the Democratic municipal governments and governors quite often. I would have had these people arrested and shipped out to some kind of farm where they could pick cotton or apples for a year or two. Because I'm a law and order conservative. I want order in the streets. And it doesn't matter a damn whether the rioters are from the far left or far right. They need to be dealt with and dragged off to prison cells.
    2 points
  38. Biden will be placed on a pallet, propped up, and wheeled into the White House. Rejoice! New Deals for Hunter!
    2 points
  39. But when did it happen? Or is it just the ability to raise accusations these days that has one condemned. Me, I'm waiting for a phone call or loud knock on the door. - Right wing "extremist".
    2 points
  40. Mexico was eating Canada's lunch long before China for automotive manufacturing. Canada managed to make itself the most expensive place in North America for automotive with union wages, energy costs, and regulation. Canada became less competitive while scoffing at Mexico, U.S. right-to-work states, and China. Magna now has more plants and employees in Mexico than in Canada.
    2 points
  41. Well, we both know that Canada can never go it alone. That's why America's choices matter so much to you, and always will. What to do about China ? Hope that America does something about China, because Canada is too weak to do anything. Follow your own advice....
    2 points
  42. Better than for Canada...the US (and other "allies") have banned Huawei...Canada is afraid to do so.
    2 points
  43. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.
    2 points
  44. Merry Chistmas and let 2021 be the best year yet for you all.
    2 points
  45. Maybe not you, but for me it is very clear, and I'm not the only one that sees it that way.
    2 points
  46. You're not listening. Or perhaps not reading properly. Do you think 'the system' we currently have in place is the same as the system which built Canada? Do you think a nonentity like Trudeau could ever have been prime minister even as recently as his father's day?
    2 points
  47. Ah the good ol' NKVD...they'll make you want to fight the Germans, alright.
    2 points
  48. However, if the MSM gives the green light to these people to watch Black Pigeon Speaks for whatever reason, they'd eagerly consume...as ordered. It's okay if the master says it's okay...
    2 points
  49. Joe Biden, like Chernenko, is the desperate attempt to preserve a method of politics.
    2 points


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