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So far, in very early going, we are seeing a significant swing (about 11%) to the Conservatives in NL and the Maritimes even though they won’t get any seats in NL. Both parties will have a struggle to reach 170. 

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"This is the real Stephen Harper who wanted to put up firewalls around Alberta to keep us nasty Eastern Canadians out because we're ne'er-do-wells and lazy bums," said McDonough.

Joe Clark says the Alliance leader is treading dangerous waters. "All of us should be very careful to not apply false caricatures to a region."

 

 

Yeah great leader he was.  We all miss him.  

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Yeah, because Joe Clark isn't a cuckservative hack or anything, that's obviously a totally accurate representation of Harper's beliefs.

He's just mad Harper wasn't as big of a cuck as he wanted him to be, even though he was still a really big cuck.

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Just now, Yzermandius19 said:

Yeah, because Joe Clark isn't a partisan hack or anything, that's obviously a totally accurate representation of Harper's beliefs. Lulz

Fatty Arbucklehead; 348 posts of butt hurt and counting. Lulz

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16 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Look at the Maritimes in the bag for the Liberals.   Stephen Harper was right, Culture of Dependency.

If Quebec separates then maybe the maritimes will cut off from the rest of Canada and just leave. To hell with them. 

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26 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Look at the Maritimes in the bag for the Liberals.   Stephen Harper was right, Culture of Dependency.

Maritimes have an economy of dependency, as does every other province but AB.

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10 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

If Quebec separates then maybe the maritimes will cut off from the rest of Canada and just leave. To hell with them. 

Or just let provinces fend for themselves economically and if you go broke, move.

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1 minute ago, Moonlight Graham said:

Maritimes have an economy of dependency, as does every other province but AB.

And Alberta doesn't even have the balls to leave.

F@ck Canada.

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Just now, Moonlight Graham said:

They're land-locked.

To America.  Lift up your head and look around, there is no east-west trade in Canada, all the provinces trade north-south.

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3 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

To America.  Lift up your head and look around, there is no east-west trade in Canada, all the provinces trade north-south.

How are they going to trade overseas?  How are they going to ship their oil anywhere overseas?

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1 minute ago, Moonlight Graham said:

How are they going to trade overseas?  How are they going to ship their oil anywhere overseas?

By way of the Gulf of Mexico.  I mean, duh.

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