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Who will lead the federal Conservatives in June 2017?  

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15 hours ago, WestCoastRunner said:

And proud of it. It would be terrible to be liked by racists, bigots, misogynists. The lower the score the better. 

You honestly think everyone who disagrees with you is a racist, bigot and misogynist, don't you? :ph34r:

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He should be running for the liberals.

And proud of it. It would be terrible to be liked by racists, bigots, misogynists. The lower the score the better. 

I would go with O'Leary. Too many career politician idiots on the podium. Bernier is a dolt. He can't figure out how to use his  zipper is let alone a budget. I would vote for Bonnie Raitt not Li

5 minutes ago, WestCoastRunner said:

As I say, I'm delighted to not have my posts liked by the majority of posters   

Oh come on, I liked the last one where you said this, but how many times do you expect that to work?

Oh Okay...

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1 hour ago, WestCoastRunner said:

As I say, I'm delighted to not have my posts liked by the majority of posters   

You think the majority of posters are racists and bigots?

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27 minutes ago, Argus said:

You think the majority of posters are racists and bigots?

You only need to look at the top 5 posters week after week (give or take 1) to see how slanted this forum is or maybe to see who does the voting.  I don't think I need to add anymore to this subject. 

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23 minutes ago, WestCoastRunner said:

You only need to look at the top 5 posters week after week (give or take 1) to see how slanted this forum is or maybe to see who does the voting.  I don't think I need to add anymore to this subject. 

Maybe that is simply a reflection of the fact those posters put intelligent thought into their positions and you don't.

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What does voting have to do with intelligence?  I believe that's a topic you bring up quite regularly.........

14 hours ago, Argus said:

Maybe that is simply a reflection of the fact those posters put intelligent thought into their positions and you don't.

 

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On 2017-05-27 at 10:24 PM, Argus said:

A universal basic income will not work in a country like Canada which has such high immigration. Most of our immigrants are from a very harsh economic climate where you take whatever you can. They'll all jump at this in a second, as will the entire population of Atlantic Canada - which is rapidly becoming an unsustainable welfare society.

The ENTIRE population of Atlantic Canada, mind you. A little over the top there. 

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43 minutes ago, SpankyMcFarland said:

The ENTIRE population of Atlantic Canada, mind you. A little over the top there. 

True or false. Atlantic Canada votes for whichever party offers the best unemployment benefits and various economic gifts and subsidies.

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5 hours ago, Argus said:

True or false. Atlantic Canada votes for whichever party offers the best unemployment benefits and various economic gifts and subsidies.

They vote for their interests like everybody else. Just reminding you that there's a boatload of people out here paying lots of federal tax.  

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17 hours ago, SpankyMcFarland said:

They vote for their interests like everybody else. Just reminding you that there's a boatload of people out here paying lots of federal tax.  

There is a difference between how people vote when they are paying lots of federal tax and how people vote when they're paying little or no federal tax.

The majority of people in Atlantic Canada appear to fall into the latter category.

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49 minutes ago, Argus said:

There is a difference between how people vote when they are paying lots of federal tax and how people vote when they're paying little or no federal tax.

The majority of people in Atlantic Canada appear to fall into the latter category.

Not everybody everywhere, though. For example, the average household income in my town is 80k. 

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