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  1. Should that ever happen we might as well just hand over control of the country to the native activists. Now wouldn't that be a fine thing considering that they can't even run their own reserves competently. Wilson-Raybould may very well be in this for herself as most politicians are but that in no way makes her good PM material. We've already seen what electing a drama teacher to the position has done to our country thus giving an activist native control would be the complete and total ruin of our country.
  2. Not too worry, Army Guy..........just wanted you to know that not all BCer's are in lock-step with the NIMBYs on the Left Coast. I completely agree that the ROC should not be held hostage to the leftist policies of the BC government. Unfortunately, we too are ignored and dismissed by them so there is little we can do except support all those who oppose their far left policies.
  3. While you make some very valid points, I would like to remind you that not all BCers are in lock-step with the idiots on the Left Coast. Those of us in the Interior of the province have supported and still support Alberta getting its product to market by pipeline. But then the leftist media bias in this country is not interested in opposing views so I doubt you would have known that.
  4. Also as a Conservative, the last person I want is someone whose known beliefs are in lock-step with the leftist ideologies of the liberal party. She is so steeped in that BS I doubt she could ever change her ways. Best she stays right where she is and quietly sinks into oblivion with the rest of her lib buddies.
  5. You may very well be right but until .........or if, she is ever allowed to tell her side of this unholy mess, we will never know what actually happened. I have very little faith that this so-called Justice Committee will resolve the matter. IMO, only an open and public inquiry where all those involved are allowed to speak openly and truthfully will the truth behind this scandal be revealed.
  6. She may be appearing before the Justice Committee but the question remains - will she be forthcoming or will she continue to cry privilege or, on the advice of her lawyer refuse to answer certain questions. The small amount of respect that she may have erodes with every time she refuses to come forward and speak.
  7. Wilson-Raybauld is the last person the Conservative Party needs as a candidate steeped as she is in the liberal ideology of minorities first and the majority can go hang themselves. Her politics in no way align with those of intelligent thinking Canadians. They do align well with those whose 'feeling's' govern their politics instead of logic.
  8. It may not have been 'all on her' when this story first broke but it sure is now. The fact that she still maintains her silence in spite of having met with her lawyer, says so much about what she considers important in this matter - and it sure isn't that the truth should come sooner rather than later. Stay silent JWR and the drama will continue.
  9. It has nothing what-so-ever to do with ethnicity or gender, scribblet - no matter how much certain activists are trying to make it so. Some folks just feel they have to make themselves seem so much more important than they really are - sad that.
  10. The last thing we in BC need is another SJW, victim-embracing, environmental fascist - the Left Coast is full up thank you very much.
  11. Her remarks regarding the outcome of the Stanley trial were completely out of line. Her inclusion of the 2-hour rule in the new bill regarding drinking and driving was ludicrous and left the government open to court challenges. I lean towards the token FN with the bonus being she is a female especially considering how this fits in with trudeau's SJW agenda.
  12. Because she is bound by client confidentiality no matter whether she is in cabinet or not. Which explains why she hired such a high-powered lawyer for advice.
  13. There could be many 'bad guys' involved, August. Is Wilson-Raybauld one of them? I don't think so. I merely question the fact that she continued to act as AG until demoted to Veteran's Affairs if it does come out that the PMO tried to pressure her. She wouldn't be considered a 'bad ' person for doing so, but her ethics most certainly would be in question. Still, this is nothing but conjecture which is all the more reason for Wilson-Raybauld to break her silence.
  14. I wasn't aware of that legislation and thank you for bringing it up. I am aware of the legislation that trudeau snuck into his omnibus Bill C-44 specifically Bill S-251 (http://www.parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/42-1/bill/S-251/first-reading). That trudeau would even contemplate using an omnibus bill after his many stridently negative comments regarding their use by the former government, is yet another example of the man's utter hypocrisy. That he would have the Finance Minister deliver the bill under the guise of budgetary changes in order to quietly include a plethora of different bills which radically change many areas of justice, commerce and social welfare without disclosing their intent to the Canadian public is yet another betrayal of their 'sunny ways' proclamations. But to get back to Bill S-251, there are several changes to the justice system some of which allow judges to impose a fine rather then a prison term for anyone including companies that are deemed to be candidates for such treatment. This is important as SNC Lavalin if convicted and given a criminal sentence will not be allowed to operate in Canada for a period of 10 years. SNC Lavalin currently brings an estimated 8 billion dollars into the Canadian economy and employees around 9,000 people - many of them in Quebec - which may not seem important until put into context of the coming election and province's importance to the futures of the Liberal party. SNC Lavalin is also a major contributor to the Liberal Party of Canada. It is not a huge leap to understand why the government might find it necessary to do all in their power to make sure the company receives a fine. If they stepped over the line doing so then their downfall cannot come soon enough.
  15. Trudeau may not have any leverage over her but she is still bound by client confidentiality no matter whether remains with the party or not - whether in cabinet or not. This I believe is why she hired such a high-powered lawyer. She needs one.
  16. If the PMO did not cross the line and put pressure on the former AG, why then was she demoted? No harm. No fail.
  17. If Wilson-Raybauld was indeed put under pressure to use her influence in the SNC Lavalin trial by the PMO she was duty bound to come forward immediately. As yet there is no factual evidence to support the allegations. Never-the-less, it beggars belief that nothing happened else why the demotion? While I find all the negative comments by anonymous sources regarding Wilson-Raybauld to be cheap shots by cowards unwillingly to go on record, I also am disturbed to see activist natives trying to make this all about indigenous issues. It isn't. Nor is it a 'feminist' issue as some are trying to evince. This is simply about a major company in Canada being charged with bribery and accusations that the PMO tried to influence the AG to intervene on their behalf. Where I wonder would be the hue and cry had the AG been Japanese, Chinese, Nigerian or any ethnicity other indigenous. The FNs are doing themselves no favours by trying to make this all about them. It is not. The biggest cog in this wheel is Wilson-Raybauld. We need to hear her side of this ever-growing story. The sooner she is heard from the better.
  18. The Dems lost all their credibility when they chose Hillary as their presidential candidate. The same Hillary Clinton who stood in lock-step with her serial philandering husband when he was embroiled in the Lewinsky affair.
  19. I find it passing strange that Ford had no problems with Kavanaugh being elected judge to a lower court there able to make decisions regarding the fate of others every single day.
  20. "This does not mean that everything is black and white. That every accused is Harvey Weinstein. I'm sure we'll find the correct way to deal with this explosive cultural movement." I sure hope you are right, but watching those screaming shrieking harpies littering the halls of the Senate yesterday did little more than show their absolute inability to deal with this matter in a sound reasoning manner. The list of unsubstantiated allegations against men grows daily. Men are being pilloried for simply looking the wrong way at a woman. I don't see an end to this calamity any time soon.
  21. Alleged behavior - let's get that straight. Three of the four people who Dr Ford said were there, do not support her testimony. From all apparent testimony, letters of support from both men and women, Judge Kavanaugh has led an exemplary life as an adult. To have these unsupported allegations brought up now is nothing more than a sickening effort by the Dems to stall the nomination hearings. Feinstien should be removed immediately.
  22. Good question. A better one might be why Dr Ford decided to sit on this for so long? Why did she not come forward now when she had ample opportunity to make her accusations decades ago. She obviously believes that something happened to her but was it Kavanaugh - I most certainly have my doubts. I do feel for Dr Ford as she is obviously little more than a pawn in the hands of the Dems and will be discarded as soon as the hearings have ended.
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