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mowich

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  1. Oh I agree completely. I posted that as an example of someone in the position of AG who had no business commenting on a jury's verdict.
  2. Ticked? Not at all, I could not be happier to see this government go down in flames as they so richly deserve to.
  3. The 'old boys club' as you refer to the party knows exactly what should be done with these two women and I expect that they will be taken care of in short order. Neither of them are lacking in intelligence and had to know that they would effectively become the pariahs they are once they decided to go against their own party.
  4. Right you are, it wasn't illegal - unethical and questionable? That's another matter altogether.
  5. "The federal justice minister has said the country “can and must do better” after a white farmer was acquitted in the shooting death of a young Indigenous man ...." https://globalnews.ca/news/4018386/federal-justice-minister-gerald-stanley/
  6. For someone with your moniker - one would think you would realize that the bridge to a leadership run was burned by the former AG herself. She has zero chance of becoming anything more than a post-note to history. Disloyalty has its own consequences and after the revelation of that clandestine taped phone call, who in their right mind would let her near any file of consequence knowing that she might do the exact same thing again. Her colleagues have every right to be fearful of her and demand that she be removed ASAP.
  7. What I expect will happen, is that he will simply leave it up to caucus to kick them out - as well they should be - and walk out of the room.
  8. Well that's it for Wilson-Raybould and probably Philpot too. They are gone from caucus after this latest revelation from the former AG. I listened to the entire tape of the conversation she had with the clerk of the privy council that she recorded without his knowledge. There is absolutely no doubt that her perception of undue pressure being applied was correct. Wernick is like a dog with a bone and keeps coming back time and again at her about how important the DPA is to the PM. She states clearly that she is trying to protect the PM from political interference in the case but that didn't stop Wernick. There is no way the liberals can continue to keep Wilson-Raybould in caucus now as the other MPs will demand she be expelled - right or wrong - she is gone. So the never-ending tale of SNC Lavalin continues - more fodder for the MSM and the opposition and really bad news for the PM and the liberals.
  9. I have one question that I would really like to hear Ms Philpot answer. How is it that though you were not involved in anyway with the SNC Lavalin discussions, you would happen to know that there is more to those discussions that need to be told. The discussions were confidential. You were not privy to them. So, if you do know there is more that needs to come out, who told you? Who broke confidentiality and let you in on what happened? I truly doubt that it was Geppetto, Wernick or the PM. Now who does that leave?
  10. Who Pressured Whom www.c2cjournal.ca/2019/03/who-pressured-whom/?fbclid=IwAR065NcUhXwqmS5_4igRskEpYbPdv8jagHqg2vBo1u4hUfpR6Tdsk85Cpas
  11. Yes well, me2 has been known to back the wrong person to their detriment. It is way too easy for anyone to make accusations that immediately damage a person's reputation without providing a single shred of proof until or if there is an actual charge laid and a conviction secured.
  12. Real women don't need to hide behind some 'feminist' banner, taxme. Real women tend to stand on their own and value the contributions of men. Real women can think for themselves - unlike so-called 'feminists' who depend on slogans and newspeak but when faced with intelligent logical questions are at a total loss as how to respond.
  13. Nobody - not the Opposition nor the media should bother pay this any more attention at all. A groping incident that took place decades ago is not worthy of the time. Enough with this dredging up ignorant youthful mistakes from long ago. There are real victims of sexual abuse who deserve our attention and this is not the way to do so.
  14. Both of them are victims of their naivete and over-weaning egos. They both will pay for those character flaws.
  15. Ah but there are, West. She just won't take them which is rather strange considering that her days with the party are numbered.
  16. Ah but they can, West. They can stop her in her tracks at a leadership convention where the entire membership will get to have their say. That is if a leadership convention is even held. In order to even run, she will need to have her nominations papers signed and we both know who has that job. Think he will be quick to do so? Not on your life.
  17. When anyone tries to force change on people they do so at their own peril. Identity politics, affirmative action and catering to minorities while ignoring more important national matters are hallmarks of this failed government. It is important for a just society to ensure that all its citizens are treated equally and fairly. No one group of people are more or less important than another. This government has made a habit of ignoring that fact by constantly trying to force their identity politics upon the population. Peoplekind are not amused and will not forget when it comes time to go to the polls. As for Wilson-Raybould, I wish her all the luck in the coming election - she will most definitely need every bit of it.
  18. Real women aren't troubled by men.
  19. Her desire to tell the truth is indeed admirable. Her refusal to take the avenues open to do so - is not.
  20. When was the last or the first time that a political party rewarded a person with a leadership nomination when that person had shown nothing but disloyalty, disruption and an over-weaning sense of self-entitlement? Never. She burned her bridge.
  21. My mistake, your ardent support led me mistakenly to believe your were. I do apologize if you felt in anyway triggered by stating you were. For someone who speaks so eloquently in support of natives it beggars belief that you are so totally unaware that there are indeed numerous successful reserves in this country without needing documentation of proof. Therefore, I see your continued refusal to answer my question as yet another attempt to deflect away from it. Do your own research.
  22. Hmmmn........yet you responded - didn't you? No answer to my question concerning the successful reserves, eh. I really didn't expect one but I had hoped that you might actually put aside your agenda and consider a valid response. Why is it that some natives always cry racism when faced with valid logical questions? There was no racist intent in my questions and I am truly sorry for you that you would jump to that conclusion - however, I should not be surprised.
  23. One does not hope to 'save the party' by becoming a pariah within it. Their 'end game' may very well be to see a new leader of the party but they sorely missed any chance of either being elected to that position. Political parties tend to take loyalty to it very seriously and these two have shown the exact opposite which is not that surprising since neither of them have any long-term relationship with it. They are non-partisan to the core. The little potato took a huge gamble when he brought all these new faces with no previous ties to the party into his fold and it back-fired on him. He may very well pay the price for his stupidity in doing so but those two women will be long gone - and good riddance.
  24. Cross the floor to where, WestCanMan? Do you really think any party would touch her with a barge pole after watching her work so hard to destroy her own. Loyalty may not mean much to you, but the party faithful take it very seriously.
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