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capricorn last won the day on July 13 2018

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  1. I agree with those members that think Trudeau will win. Therefore, I will be voting for Bernier as a protest vote due to the Cons having chosen Scheer as leader. Scheer has the personality of a wet noodle. He's no match for Trudeau, the Adonis of Canadian politics.
  2. I think he will say he's sorry and the reason it all happened is that there are no rules on the manner to communicate with the AG and Justice Minister. Waterworks? Maybe. He is after all an actor.
  3. Awaiting Trump's arrival at the 4th of July event so I can get some "red meat". :lol:

    1. DogOnPorch

      DogOnPorch

      I can't believe how many are watching online. Huuuuuuuge.

  4. This international scrutiny by the OAS should be good for additional millions in reparation payments to victims, survivors and families of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls. The question now is, should the OAS conclude genocide did occur, who will be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court?
  5. He's not as advertised.

    1. scribblet

      scribblet

      and then some..  so.. maybe if he goes to jail he'll finally get to finish a sentence

  6. Ontario PCs will place stickers on all gas pumps bringing attention to the fact that increase in gas prices is due to the Federal Liberals carbon tax. Or as the PM likes to say "price on pollution". That should suck some votes away from the Grits.
  7. When Trudeau stopped giving (non)answers to questions, he started scribbling furiously in a binder. Guess he was bored and wanted to be elsewhere.
  8. Where's Sophie? :huh:

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    2. scribblet

      scribblet

      @capricorn  im  betting she's pregnant

    3. capricorn

      capricorn

      Maybe, but I'm thinking she's just ashamed of him and staying away from the spotlight. I haven't heard anything of her since the India debacle. And, if Margaret is still living with them there's another reason to vamoose somewhere, maybe Montreal.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Ah.. Justin's wife. I get it. I should have realized. Of course you've been writing a soap opera in your head with Trudeau as the central character.

      Of course.

  9. Another dead giveaway that you were previously a MLW member under a different moniker. You're right though. BC knows more about Canada then most Canadians.
  10. "Li'l buddy" will give you away every time. :lol:

  11. Trudeau called a byelection for BC Nanaimo-Ladysmith for May 6. Is this an indication that he will not call an early general election?

    1. scribblet

      scribblet

      Looks that way...  a good way to get parties to spend their money so they do not  have enough for the election

  12. "That was before his head went pear-shaped and he started a UFO talk show."

    - Stonehenge Apocalypse.

  13. Justin is reviving political ghosts to look into Lavscam and to make recommendations to the Liberals. He has recruited Anne McLellan, otherwise known as Landslide Annie :lol: for the job.

    "She was re-elected by narrow margins in the new riding of Edmonton West in the 1997 and 2000 elections, despite the Liberals' general unpopularity in Alberta.[5] Her frequent narrow escapes gave her the nickname "Landslide Annie" in Canadian political circles."

    1. betsy

      betsy

      Looks like this drama will be alive for a long time! :lol:

  14. The Liberal majority injustice committee strikes again.

    1. betsy

      betsy

      I bet they're in a panic over this:

       

      OECD announces it is monitoring SNC-Lavalin scandal, raising prospect Canada has violated international anti-bribery agreement

      https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/oecd-announces-it-is-monitoring-snc-lavalin-scandal-raising-prospect-canada-has-violated-international-anti-bribery-agreement

  15. Anyone for pizza?

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