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    Canada, all is not well .
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    Yeah, the fact we have a nation-wide political party for those that find the CPC too tolerant & leftist is mindboggling.
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    And the leader of that part came within one percentage point of leading the CPC.

    What does that tell you about those two parties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumbones View Post
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    Top_Dawg is insinuating that Randy will be performing anal sex on Trudeau if he wins the election. Randy Boissonault is the openly gay MP for Edmonton Centre (at least until Monday). Pretty cut & dry case of schoolyard-level homophobic "jokes".
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    noodle, that's gross. Why do you feel the need to read between lines and stretch your imagination in posts by people you dislike to accuse them of racism, homophobia, and all kinds of other disgusting things to try and make yourself look like a hero?

    You've got a serious problem, dude. And your sick behaviour isn't gaining anyone's respect.

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    That's some impressive fake outrage, bigot.

    Pro Tip: Your pearl-clutching would come across as a bit more genuine if you yourself weren't a huge bigot & the person you're defending one of the only people more bigoted & basic than you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
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    Top_Dawg is insinuating that Randy will be performing anal sex on Trudeau if he wins the election. Randy Boissonault is the openly gay MP for Edmonton Centre (at least until Monday). Pretty cut & dry case of schoolyard-level homophobic "jokes".
    Yeah, topdawg defined "delivering the cream pie" as a "reward" given to Boissonault, which wouldn't make any sense unless there was supposed to be something pleasurable about it for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    That's some impressive fake outrage, bigot.

    Pro Tip: Your pearl-clutching would come across as a bit more genuine if you yourself weren't a huge bigot & the person you're defending one of the only people more bigoted & basic than you are.
    LOL

    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by overoceans View Post
    Yeah, topdawg defined "delivering the cream pie" as a "reward" given to Boissonault, which wouldn't make any sense unless there was supposed to be something pleasurable about it for him.




    Must be clarified that by 'him' over-o could only be referring to Boissonault.

    Top_Dag would never engage i such depravity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!
    You're a proud bigot, using the conventional definition of the word, not your alt-right attempt at boomer humor.

    Sad to see someone so prideful of their own ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by overoceans View Post
    Yeah, topdawg defined "delivering the cream pie" as a "reward" given to Boissonault, which wouldn't make any sense unless there was supposed to be something pleasurable about it for him.




    Must be clarified that by 'him' over-o could only be referring to Boissonault.

    Top_Dag would never engage i such depravity.

    More homophobia. Faaaaantastic.
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    For a drama sort of teacher, was he never taught to project, rather than YELL, .god he's terrible
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    noodle, that's gross. Why do you feel the need to read between lines and stretch your imagination in posts by people you dislike to accuse them of racism, homophobia, and all kinds of other disgusting things to try and make yourself look like a hero?

    You've got a serious problem, dude. And your sick behaviour isn't gaining anyone's respect.
    I agree100%. What an ugly mind, to even think that. I suspect his own life is like that.Hopefully children are nowhere near this sick behavior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by overoceans View Post
    Yeah, topdawg defined "delivering the cream pie" as a "reward" given to Boissonault, which wouldn't make any sense unless there was supposed to be something pleasurable about it for him.




    Must be clarified that by 'him' over-o could only be referring to Boissonault.

    Top_Dag would never engage i such depravity.

    More homophobia. Faaaaantastic.
    And topdawg is also admitting to the salacious interpretation of his comments, thus making Mr. Oilers' "OMG how could anyone think such a horrible thing!" defense of the post look especially foolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overoceans View Post
    And topdawg is also admitting to the salacious interpretation of his comments, thus making Mr. Oilers' "OMG how could anyone think such a horrible thing!" defense of the post look especially foolish.
    Don't forget about HL.

    I'm loving the dogpile on me because I dared explain TD's typical bigoted commentary. Somehow I'm the bad guy because I get the 'joke' & find it hurtful not humorous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H.L. View Post
    For a drama sort of teacher, was he never taught to project, rather than YELL, .god he's terrible
    For an insurance broker......

    Oh wait, he lied about being one.

    What was his work experience again?

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    Lovely political debate in this thread. About as vacant as the mud flinging national debate. Canada getting deserved level of democracy I see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!
    You're a proud bigot, using the conventional definition of the word, not your alt-right attempt at boomer humor.

    Sad to see someone so prideful of their own ignorance.
    Another win!


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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Somehow I'm the bad guy because I get the 'joke' & find it hurtful not humorous.
    I sincerely hope that joke didn't cause any permanent damage to your feelings. What a tragedy that would be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!
    You're a proud bigot, using the conventional definition of the word, not your alt-right attempt at boomer humor.

    Sad to see someone so prideful of their own ignorance.
    Another win!


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    MrOilers - 3
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    Look at you 'winning'! Go MrOilers go! Keep beating that same dead horse about how lefties are the real bigots because they're intolerant of your feckless bigotry, as it's fantastic at weeding out all the other bigots who breathlessly defend you & your crusade against compassion, tolerance & understanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    I sincerely hope that joke didn't cause any permanent damage to your feelings. What a tragedy that would be!
    So you're admitting it was an intentionally homophobic joke then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!
    You're a proud bigot, using the conventional definition of the word, not your alt-right attempt at boomer humor.

    Sad to see someone so prideful of their own ignorance.
    Another win!


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    MrOilers - 3
    noodle - 0
    Look at you 'winning'! Go MrOilers go! Keep beating that same dead horse about how lefties are the real bigots because they're intolerant of your feckless bigotry, as it's fantastic at weeding out all the other bigots who breathlessly defend you & your crusade against compassion, tolerance & understanding.
    MrOilers - 6
    noodle - 0

    Two hat tricks today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Chalk up another couple of wins for me!
    You're a proud bigot, using the conventional definition of the word, not your alt-right attempt at boomer humor.

    Sad to see someone so prideful of their own ignorance.
    Another win!


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    MrOilers - 3
    noodle - 0
    Look at you 'winning'! Go MrOilers go! Keep beating that same dead horse about how lefties are the real bigots because they're intolerant of your feckless bigotry, as it's fantastic at weeding out all the other bigots who breathlessly defend you & your crusade against compassion, tolerance & understanding.
    MrOilers - 6
    noodle - 0

    Two hat tricks today!
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    Hilarious.

    Top Dawg you continue to amaze all us onlookers.

    One little spin on an old Chrétien security incident and behold the carnage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man From YEG View Post
    The only fake so far is the American Insurance Broker leading the CONS
    Sounds pretty much like an anti-immigrant / racist remark.

    Canadian birtherism


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    Speaking of birtherism, the (alleged) American former president Barack Hussein Obama is interfering with our Canadian election by throwing his support behind Prime Minister blackface:

    I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He's a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term.

    https://twitter.com/BarackObama/stat...28998669389824

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Speaking of birtherism, the (alleged) American former president Barack Hussein Obama
    You really are a disgusting piece of work. Your racist overtones and constant fanning of debunked fake conspiracy theories just prove how low you will go to deride a President that had real ethics and values compared to your hero, a reality show con artist who lies and corrupts everything he touches.

    You are a deplorable Trump sycophant.
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    LOL

    You are so easy to bait. Barack Obama's (probably) an American. it's not racist to ask that question (even jokingly) anymore than it is racist to ask if Andrew Scheer is American.

    Also, Justin Trudeau in his lifetime has done more racist things than everyone on this whole forum put together.

    But white Liberals like you see racism in literally anything you want to, and ignore it when your political allies do it.

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    I love it when the Chief Bigot of C2E tries to mock people for not falling into the same ad hominem logical fallacy he rolls around in like a pig in mud.
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    MrOilers - 7
    noodle -0

    I'm ahead by a touchdown. I have faith you'll actually successfully argue something one day instead of just name-call when you disagree with an argument, opinion, or joke that hurts your feelings.

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    I honestly have no idea what you're keeping score over.

    You're a bigot in the genuine sense of the word. Keeping track of how many times you're called out for your bigotry as some sort of running 'joke' is just sad deflection.

    I don't call you a bigot to win, or gain points or whatever else you think drives me to point out what a reprehensible, morally bankrupt & inherently prejudiced bigot you are. I don't enter into genuine debate with you because what's the point of debating with someone who's in denial about himself & peacocking his cognitive dissonance like it's something to be proud of? Why get into a battle of wits with a poorly-armed opponent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Speaking of birtherism, the (alleged) American former president Barack Hussein Obama is interfering with our Canadian election by throwing his support behind Prime Minister blackface:

    I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He's a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term.

    https://twitter.com/BarackObama/stat...28998669389824
    JT makes desperate plea to Obama,ya gotta love it. I don't want to share my power, stamps feet, and has Buttsy make call..rofl!!!!!!
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    Maybe Obama approves of blackface by a white foreign leader or maybe they sent him a cheque too
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    Reading C2E posts it’s sinking in just how red Redmonton really is. No wonder Calgary and Edmonton hate each other so much. If we separate from Canada they can keep Edmonton. Calgary will make a nice capital of the real Alberta. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumbones View Post
    Reading C2E posts it’s sinking in just how red Redmonton really is. No wonder Calgary and Edmonton hate each other so much. If we separate from Canada they can keep Edmonton. Calgary will make a nice capital of the real Alberta. Lol
    Both cities live off nationalized resources that are priced by international government bodies. We’re all essentially socialists pretending to be free market advocates to different degrees.
    Last edited by KC; 16-10-2019 at 06:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
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    Top_Dawg is insinuating that Randy will be performing anal sex on Trudeau if he wins the election. Randy Boissonault is the openly gay MP for Edmonton Centre (at least until Monday). Pretty cut & dry case of schoolyard-level homophobic "jokes".
    Nothing wrong with that. As long as they both consent to it and use protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Speaking of birtherism, the (alleged) American former president Barack Hussein Obama is interfering with our Canadian election by throwing his support behind Prime Minister blackface:

    I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He's a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term.

    https://twitter.com/BarackObama/stat...28998669389824

    Apparently Mr. Obama hasn't been keeping up with all the scandals and screwups of his bud north of the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumbones View Post
    Reading C2E posts it’s sinking in just how red Redmonton really is. No wonder Calgary and Edmonton hate each other so much. If we separate from Canada they can keep Edmonton. Calgary will make a nice capital of the real Alberta. Lol
    I don't think the cities are really that much different politically underneath it all, but there seems to be a more aggressive Conservative tendency in Calgary to try shut down, ridicule or intimidate other opinions or dissent, so anyone who doesn't go along with the prevailing group think tends to be quieter or not as noticed there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Speaking of birtherism, the (alleged) American former president Barack Hussein Obama is interfering with our Canadian election by throwing his support behind Prime Minister blackface:

    I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He's a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term.

    https://twitter.com/BarackObama/stat...28998669389824

    Apparently Mr. Obama hasn't been keeping up with all the scandals and screwups of his bud north of the border.
    Obama is buds with Andrew "Nobody asked if I'm an American/I totally forgot that I'm not actually an insurance broker/etc." Scheer? Who knew?

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    Latest Nanos poll. You know, where 22 million of 36 million people live and therefore, most of the seats.

    Liberals maintain lead in Quebec, Ontario battlegrounds: Nanos

    In Quebec, the Liberals maintained their lead through the third wave, which concluded on Thanksgiving Sunday.


    “The Liberals still have an advantage in the province of Quebec,” Nanos told CTV’s Trend Line podcast on Wednesday morning. “But the Bloc is still doing quite well.”


    Overall in the province, the Liberals have 34.7 per cent support with a sizeable lead over the Bloc Quebecois at 24.5 per cent.


    Notably, the NDP has picked up steam in Quebec, climbing from 11.2 per cent in the first week of the campaign to 15.5 per cent, and are now neck-and-neck with the Conservatives who are at 15.5 per cent. The Conservatives have in fact fallen 4.8 percentage points in the province since the start of the campaign.

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    Meanwhile, in Ontario, the Conservatives have fallen 6 percentage points since the campaign began, and now sit at 28.4 per cent support, giving the Liberals a sizable lead of 13 percentage points in the province.


    In the 905 area code surrounding Toronto, the Liberals and Conservatives were deadlocked in a tie less than a month ago, but the Conservatives have since fallen 8.8 percentage points to 30.2 – giving the Liberals a sizeable lead with 42.9 per cent support.

    https://election.ctvnews.ca/liberals...anos-1.4640495


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    All joking aside, It's actually quite the opposite Dave.

    From what Top_Dawg discerns Emmonton is home to so many public sector and MUSH sector union members that their shrill shrieking drowns out the severely normal discourse that occurs in the city of heifers and the rest of the province.

    So called self annointed ' progressives ' in garlic city live in a bubble.

    A very enclosed bubble.

    Top_Dawg travels the province regularly.

    He sees and hears what people outside the bubble are saying and feeling.

    There was one thing in the provincial election that astonished even Top_Dawg.

    The vote counts in Emmonton's bedroom communities.

    Whereas there was enough public and MUSH sector union employees that swung the vote in capital city ridings - even a mere five to ten kilometers outside of the city the NDs were annihilated.

    St. Albert
    Beaumont
    Spruce Grove
    Leduc
    Sherwood Park
    Ardrossan
    You name it

    NDs were slaughtered. Incumbents yet.

    Not by a close margin.

    By thousands and thousands and thousands of votes.

    Emmonton really is an aberration when it comes to the politics of the province.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    All joking aside, It's actually quite the opposite Dave.

    From what Top_Dawg discerns Emmonton is home to so many public sector and MUSH sector union members that their shrill shrieking drowns out the severely normal discourse that occurs in the city of heifers and the rest of the province.

    So called self annointed ' progressives ' in garlic city live in a bubble.

    A very enclosed bubble.

    Top_Dawg travels the province regularly.

    He sees and hears what people outside the bubble are saying and feeling.

    There was one thing in the provincial election that astonished even Top_Dawg.

    The vote counts in Emmonton's bedroom communities.

    Whereas there was enough public and MUSH sector union employees that swung the vote in capital region ridings - even a mere five to ten kilometers outside of the city the NDs were annihilated.

    St. Albert
    Beaumont
    Spruce Grove
    Leduc
    Sherwood Park
    Ardrossan
    You name it

    NDs were slaughtered. Incumbents yet.

    Not by a close margin.

    By thousands and thousands and thousands of votes.

    Emmonton really is an aberration when it comes to the politics of the province.
    Alberta "severely normal"? You must be joking. Oh yeah, places where there is a balance between conservative and non conservative voices, they are the abnormal ones. Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medwards View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    So one province gets two debates in its main language, and the rest of Canada gets just one.

    This is what Albertan separatists have been saying, that there is a disproportionate bias towards Quebec in this country, and large regions of the nation (and not just Alberta) are getting completely ignored.
    Maybe if Alberta actually voted for someone else besides conservatives every election, there would actually be a need to try and build support in Alberta, but the conservatives know they will win most seats here without doing much, and the liberals/NDP know they don't have a chance, so they don't bother.
    Scheer isn't exactly spending much time in Alberta either, so for the Conservatives who complain about Alberta being ignored, you've done it to yourselves. Politicians go to where there is a possibility to persuade voters to change their vote, not to a place where most of the voters vote for the same party every time like sheep.

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    Really ?

    Top_Dawg is too lazy to look it up in a definitive manner.

    And Top_Dawg is not a die hard conservative by any means. He would frog march all politicians into a public square - regardless of stripe - and guillotine them immediately.

    But off the top of his head Top_Dawg thinks of the very recent provincial elections.

    Saskatchewan elects a conservative government.
    Ontario elects a conservative government.
    Manitoba re-elects a conservative government.
    Some province in the maritimes - Top_Dag forgets which one ( they are all the same to him ) - elects a conservative government.

    Seems like it's sweeping the country.

    So yeah - it's beginning to be pretty severely normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    Really ?

    Top_Dawg is too lazy to look it up in a definitive manner.

    And Top_Dawg is not a die hard conservative by any means. He would frog march all politicians into a public square - regardless of stripe - and guillotine them immediately.

    But off the top of his head Top_Dawg thinks of the very recent provincial elections.

    Saskatchewan elects a conservative government.
    Ontario elects a conservative government.
    Manitoba re-elects a conservative government.
    Some province in the maritimes - Top_Dag forgets which one ( they are all the same to him ) - elects a conservative government.

    Seems like it's sweeping the country.

    So yeah - it's beginning to be pretty severely normal.
    It is normal to alternate between parties, in Saskatchewan and Manitoba over the years mostly between the NDP and Conservatives, in Ontario mostly between the Liberals and PC's. Also similarly in the maritime provinces you alluded to. One of those provinces New Brunswick, elected Liberals last time for a term and now the PC's. Therefore, it would be normal if Alberta elected a different party Provincially in the next election. Sticking with the same party for 40+ years is not normal.

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    I suppose it's kind of cool that America's first black president endorsed Canada's first black Prime Minister.

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    It's funny how posters on here seem to think that anyone who doesn't agree with every single thing a conservative politician does then must be a liberal. If anyone who doesn't agree with you is liberal or "left of you", you may want to reconsider your worldview. Especially when you view the most conservative places in the most conservative province as the norm.

    I mean I have some pretty conservative friends and family (who have voted C their whole life), but they're at least able to recognize that some of our current conservative politicians are far from perfect, and in some cases even starting to pull further to the right.

    I've never met anyone in real life who is as vitriolic, hyperbolic, reactionary, and partisan, hypocritical as some of the posters on here. It's pretty sad that they think that's normal.

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    Here is an interesting update. The headline is not to surprising, but some of the regional figures are different than recent polls.

    Liberals, Conservatives leading among early voters, suggests Mainstreet Research poll

    https://ipolitics.ca/2019/10/15/liberals-conservatives-leading-among-early-voters-suggests-mainstreet-research-poll/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    Really ?

    Top_Dawg is too lazy to look it up in a definitive manner.

    And Top_Dawg is not a die hard conservative by any means. He would frog march all politicians into a public square - regardless of stripe - and guillotine them immediately.

    But off the top of his head Top_Dawg thinks of the very recent provincial elections.

    Saskatchewan elects a conservative government.
    Ontario elects a conservative government.
    Manitoba re-elects a conservative government.
    Some province in the maritimes - Top_Dag forgets which one ( they are all the same to him ) - elects a conservative government.

    Seems like it's sweeping the country.

    So yeah - it's beginning to be pretty severely normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    Sticking with the same party for 40+ years is not normal.
    It is and was in places like East Germany, North Korea, China and Russia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumbones View Post
    Reading C2E posts it’s sinking in just how red Redmonton really is. No wonder Calgary and Edmonton hate each other so much. If we separate from Canada they can keep Edmonton. Calgary will make a nice capital of the real Alberta. Lol
    I see you've increased your repertoire of logical fallacies. That's a fantastic "no true scotsman".
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    Anyone crowing about Trudeau's racism more than the ongoing, pervasive & institutionalized marginalization of visible minorities in Canada isn't really concerned about racism & is just taking cheap shots at Trudeau.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Dawg View Post
    Really ?

    Top_Dawg is too lazy to look it up in a definitive manner.

    And Top_Dawg is not a die hard conservative by any means. He would frog march all politicians into a public square - regardless of stripe - and guillotine them immediately.

    But off the top of his head Top_Dawg thinks of the very recent provincial elections.

    Saskatchewan elects a conservative government.
    Ontario elects a conservative government.
    Manitoba re-elects a conservative government.
    Some province in the maritimes - Top_Dag forgets which one ( they are all the same to him ) - elects a conservative government.

    Seems like it's sweeping the country.

    So yeah - it's beginning to be pretty severely normal.
    Politics swings back and forth like a pendulum. It wasn't too long ago, just the last election cycle in fact, that left of centre parties led by women or semi-believable-feminists swept the country. Things are swinging back the other way. That doesn't mean that one side or the other is more normal than the other.

    And I mean if you want to get all "definitive" about it, you could do the simple math of adding up the popular vote from the past handful of Federal elections by which way the parties lean. I'm pretty confident that in every election, even ones that the PC's won, left of centre votes are a clear majority. Now some NDP supporters would argue that the Liberals aren't even left of centre, and depending on the government or leader at the time, that's valid. But it's strange that your definition of normal has been in the minority in this country for basically it's entire history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Anyone crowing about Trudeau's racism more than the ongoing, pervasive & institutionalized marginalization of visible minorities in Canada isn't really concerned about racism & is just taking cheap shots at Trudeau.
    criticizing trudeau for his personal and his government's failings in these areas is not taking cheap shots. refusing to recognize that some of that criticism is valid and justified is a cheap shot at those pointing out the respective flaws in their actions. he is an integral part of that ongoing, pervasive & institutionalized marginalization and seemingly blind to it.
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    Ah yes, the "PM Blackface" comments are an in-depth & woke commentary from enlightened individuals across the spectrum & not just cheap shots from people who'd never vote for the Liberals.

    Got it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Ah yes, the "PM Blackface" comments are an in-depth & woke commentary from enlightened individuals across the spectrum & not just cheap shots from people who'd never vote for the Liberals.

    Got it.
    Had blackface been done by any conservative politician, we ALL know how much of a lasting stain such images would have been on the minds of the left of right fanatics. There would be no convenient forgetting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    Had blackface been done by any conservative politician, we ALL know how much of a lasting stain such images would have been on the minds of the left of right fanatics. There would be no convenient forgetting.
    Not falling into an ad hominem fallacy is not "convenient forgetting".

    Has Justin done some boneheaded, poorly thought through & racist things in his past? Absolutely.

    Does that materially change the Liberal platform? Nope, just makes him a bit of a hypocrite on this one issue, just like Scheer is a hypocrite for decrying dual citizenship for politicians while hiding his own. And for mocking Trudeau's work history when his is devoid of anything except fraud.
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    For fun and because I was curious, here's the totals (I didn't bother looking in to the left/right lean of any party with less than a percent or two of the vote):

    1980: PC - 44.3%, NDP/L - 52.2%
    1984: PC - 50%, NDP/L - 46.8% (this is the only election where right of center votes outnumber left of center)
    1988: PC/Reform - 45.1%, NDP/L - 52.3%
    1993: PC/R - 34.7%, NDP/L - 48.1%, BQ - 13.5% (no idea where to put the BQ on the spectrum, it could go either way)
    1997: PC/R - 38.2%, NDP/L - 49.5%, BQ - 10.7%
    2000: CA/PC - 37.7%, NDP/L - 49.4%, BQ - 10.7%
    2004: C - 29.6%, NDP/L/G - 56.7%, BQ - 12.4%
    2006: C - 36.3%, NDP/L/G - 52.2%, BQ - 10.5%
    2008: C - 37.7%, NDP/L/G - 51.2%, BQ - 10%
    2011: C - 39.6%, NDP/L/G - 53.5%, BQ - 6%
    2015: C - 31,9%, NDP/L/G - 62.6%, BQ - 4.7%

    It seems odd to me, in light of the above, to claim that voting right of centre is "normal". And it's not that I'm arguing the opposite. I just think it's silly to claim either is supposedly normal, to the exclusion of the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Ah yes, the "PM Blackface" comments are an in-depth & woke commentary from enlightened individuals across the spectrum & not just cheap shots from people who'd never vote for the Liberals.

    Got it.
    that's a pretty cheap shot too isn't it?

    i was talking more about things like his personal treatment of jodi wilson-rabould and his government's taking the recent indigenous children's award to court in an attempt not to pay. i guess apologies are cheap and action isn't as important as campaign sound bites.
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    "Remember when the only the conservative parties refused to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?" "Yes, Homer." "Well that doesn't matter, because youuuuu have a blackface problem!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    his government's taking the recent indigenous children's award to court in an attempt not to pay.
    I thought going to court to try and reduce the amount paid to Canadians for the Canadian Government denying them their Charter Rights was the appropriate thing to do? I mean, you raked Trudeau over the coals for paying out Omar Khadr for what the Conservative government did to him, but now clutch your pearls for him acting in accordance with your previous wishes?

    Give me a break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    his government's taking the recent indigenous children's award to court in an attempt not to pay.
    I thought going to court to try and reduce the amount paid to Canadians for the Canadian Government denying them their Charter Rights was the appropriate thing to do? I mean, you raked Trudeau over the coals for paying out Omar Khadr for what the Conservative government did to him, but now clutch your pearls for him acting in accordance with your previous wishes?

    Give me a break.
    emphasis added.

    your thought? well if that is what you thought, you thought wrong. and don't try to project that position on me in an attempt to set up your straw man.

    give you a break? it's starting to read like you need to take a break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    his government's taking the recent indigenous children's award to court in an attempt not to pay.
    I thought going to court to try and reduce the amount paid to Canadians for the Canadian Government denying them their Charter Rights was the appropriate thing to do? I mean, you raked Trudeau over the coals for paying out Omar Khadr for what the Conservative government did to him, but now clutch your pearls for him acting in accordance with your previous wishes?

    Give me a break.
    emphasis added.

    your thought? well if that is what you thought, you thought wrong. and don't try to project that position on me in an attempt to set up your straw man.

    give you a break? it's starting to read like you need to take a break.



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    don't try to project that position on me in an attempt to set up your straw man.
    My bad, I had that backwards. You think that the 2007 TRC ruling should set the limits for all payouts for the Canadian Government violating the Charter Rights of Canadian citizens as a one-size-fits-all sorta thing.

    My apologies, I had the details of a position I find reprehensible & amoral incorrect. I'll try and remember better next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    his government's taking the recent indigenous children's award to court in an attempt not to pay.
    I thought going to court to try and reduce the amount paid to Canadians for the Canadian Government denying them their Charter Rights was the appropriate thing to do? I mean, you raked Trudeau over the coals for paying out Omar Khadr for what the Conservative government did to him, but now clutch your pearls for him acting in accordance with your previous wishes?

    Give me a break.
    It is interesting how the Liberals have variously gone to court or tried not to go to court.

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    For a drama sort of teacher, was he never taught to project, rather than YELL, .god he's terrible
    For an insurance broker......

    Oh wait, he lied about being one.

    What was his work experience again?
    Will you please stop hammering on about the insurance brokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
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    don't try to project that position on me in an attempt to set up your straw man.
    My bad, I had that backwards. You think that the 2007 TRC ruling should set the limits for all payouts for the Canadian Government violating the Charter Rights of Canadian citizens as a one-size-fits-all sorta thing.

    My apologies, I had the details of a position I find reprehensible & amoral incorrect. I'll try and remember better next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    don't try to project that position on me in an attempt to set up your straw man.
    My bad, I had that backwards. You think that the 2007 TRC ruling should set the limits for all payouts for the Canadian Government violating the Charter Rights of Canadian citizens as a one-size-fits-all sorta thing.

    My apologies, I had the details of a position I find reprehensible & amoral incorrect. I'll try and remember better next time.
    emphasis added...

    where and when exactly did i say any such thing?
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    Here

    the truth and reconciliation agreement was reached in 2007 and should have been the canadian precedent for khadr's settlement a decade later.
    By all means, continue to refine how I've gotten your position wrong, just keep in mind your splitting of hairs isn't gonna really make me consider your position any less revolting, as it's the broad strokes that really form the picture.
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    does anyone wonder what the outrage and furor would be if the current american president came out publicy urging canadian voters to vote for donald scheer?

    the cries for public figures not to interfere with the internal affairs of a country currently in the midst of a democratic election for a new government?

    why the silence regarding the immediate past american president doing exactly that?

    ps. this is not a comment on the merits of that past president compared to the current orange buffoon. other than with foreign policy, obama was a decent and effect president of his country and the current vendetta to reverse anything and everything he was associated with simply because of the association is shameful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    does anyone wonder what the outrage and furor would be if the current american president came out publicy urging canadian voters to vote for donald scheer?
    No, not really, what with donald scheer not being a candidate for office.

    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    the cries for public figures not to interfere with the internal affairs of a country currently in the midst of a democratic election for a new government?

    why the silence regarding the immediate past american president doing exactly that?
    Because it's a non-issue, being stewed up by never-Trudeau-ers like yourself to generate false outrage & media soundbites.
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    As a non-Conservative, I'd be delighted if Trump sent out a tweet urging Canadians to vote for Andrew Scheer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Here

    the truth and reconciliation agreement was reached in 2007 and should have been the canadian precedent for khadr's settlement a decade later.
    By all means, continue to refine how I've gotten your position wrong, just keep in mind your splitting of hairs isn't gonna really make me consider your position any less revolting, as it's the broad strokes that really form the picture.
    it must be really difficult working so hard to try and make things fit your preconceptions rather than paying attention to what's actually being said or written.

    my comment in regard to the khadr settlement was based on a 10,500,000 dollar settlement paid to a single individual which i felt - and still feel - was an inappropriate sum.

    the current prime minister and his government are going to court to avoid paying other individuals who were similarly deprived of their rights by their government the grand sum of 40,000 dollars and it's my contention that is an inappropriate course of action.

    and you're suggesting my position in this regard is revolting???
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    Quote Originally Posted by East McCauley View Post
    As a non-Conservative, I'd be delighted if Trump sent out a tweet urging Canadians to vote for Andrew Scheer.
    That would be a disaster for the Cons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Here

    the truth and reconciliation agreement was reached in 2007 and should have been the canadian precedent for khadr's settlement a decade later.
    By all means, continue to refine how I've gotten your position wrong, just keep in mind your splitting of hairs isn't gonna really make me consider your position any less revolting, as it's the broad strokes that really form the picture.
    it must be really difficult working so hard to try and make things fit your preconceptions rather than paying attention to what's actually being said or written.

    my comment in regard to the khadr settlement was based on a 10,500,000 dollar settlement paid to a single individual which i felt - and still feel - was an inappropriate sum.

    the current prime minister and his government are going to court to avoid paying other individuals who were similarly deprived of their rights by their government the grand sum of 40,000 dollars and it's my contention that is an inappropriate course of action.

    and you're suggesting my position in this regard is revolting???
    Mark Norman is still waiting for his "payout". The same Mark Norman that served this country to his fullest and was vilified by the current government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    does anyone wonder what the outrage and furor would be if the current american president came out publicy urging canadian voters to vote for donald scheer?

    the cries for public figures not to interfere with the internal affairs of a country currently in the midst of a democratic election for a new government?

    why the silence regarding the immediate past american president doing exactly that?

    ps. this is not a comment on the merits of that past president compared to the current orange buffoon. other than with foreign policy, obama was a decent and effect president of his country and the current vendetta to reverse anything and everything he was associated with simply because of the association is shameful.
    Seems pretty simple to me: once a politician has retired, they're free to comment as they'd like on politics domestic or foreign, except perhaps with the exception of their immediate successor out of convention/courtesy. I wouldn't much care if GW Bush came out and endorsed Scheer. I see no reason to be concerned about Obama's endorsement either. I'm sure there's past examples going in either direction, too.

    It's also pretty obvious why a current political leader should not comment directly on another country's election or political situation. I thought it was pretty stupid of Scheer to comment on Brexit, for example. Even from his perspective, there was little to be gained by doing so, and it was such a transparent attempt to catch at least a little piece of the populist wave. But by and large, governments and politicians within those governments should stay out of the elections of other countries, aside from the standard stuff like election monitoring and so on.

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    Yah secretly giving $10.5 million to Khadr is appropriate to avoid fighting in court...
    NOT!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel Petrin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    does anyone wonder what the outrage and furor would be if the current american president came out publicy urging canadian voters to vote for donald scheer?

    the cries for public figures not to interfere with the internal affairs of a country currently in the midst of a democratic election for a new government?

    why the silence regarding the immediate past american president doing exactly that?

    ps. this is not a comment on the merits of that past president compared to the current orange buffoon. other than with foreign policy, obama was a decent and effect president of his country and the current vendetta to reverse anything and everything he was associated with simply because of the association is shameful.
    Seems pretty simple to me: once a politician has retired, they're free to comment as they'd like on politics domestic or foreign, except perhaps with the exception of their immediate successor out of convention/courtesy. I wouldn't much care if GW Bush came out and endorsed Scheer. I see no reason to be concerned about Obama's endorsement either. I'm sure there's past examples going in either direction, too.

    It's also pretty obvious why a current political leader should not comment directly on another country's election or political situation. I thought it was pretty stupid of Scheer to comment on Brexit, for example. Even from his perspective, there was little to be gained by doing so, and it was such a transparent attempt to catch at least a little piece of the populist wave. But by and large, governments and politicians within those governments should stay out of the elections of other countries, aside from the standard stuff like election monitoring and so on.
    How about the Harpercrite's Taiwan visit (not to mention his silence regarding the dual-citizen Insurance Broker).

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    Yup Harper is going around inserting himself into the politics of plenty of other countries. I disagree with a lot of what he's saying, but I don't think he should/can be forced to keep his mouth shut. He is no longer the leader of this country and does not speak for this country, same as Obama. Everyone upset about Obama endorsing Trudeau had already made up their minds on him and are just using it for faux outrage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcantor View Post
    the current prime minister and his government are going to court to avoid paying other individuals who were similarly deprived of their rights by their government the grand sum of 40,000 dollars and it's my contention that is an inappropriate course of action.
    Except the "avoid paying" isn't the point of the court action, just more time to deal with things.

    Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan echoed Trudeau’s comments Friday, stressing repeatedly that he agrees with the overall finding of the need for compensation, but that the tribunal’s Dec. 10 deadline to come up with a compensation plan is not enough time to get it right.
    “This is an extremely specific and prescriptive ruling,” he said in a telephone interview from Newfoundland.
    “Look, I fully understand the political ramifications of this. And I’m cognizant of the signal it sends. But I can only reiterate that this is not, in fact, what we want to do. We are committed to meaningful collaboration and we have proven it time and again.”
    https://globalnews.ca/news/5991248/a...ldren-welfare/

    But hey, keep on taking the worst possible interpretation of Liberal actions. You do you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by East McCauley View Post
    As a non-Conservative, I'd be delighted if Trump sent out a tweet urging Canadians to vote for Andrew Scheer.
    Why? Would that make a JT win easier, does he need that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seamusmcduffs View Post
    Yup Harper is going around inserting himself into the politics of plenty of other countries. I disagree with a lot of what he's saying, but I don't think he should/can be forced to keep his mouth shut. He is no longer the leader of this country and does not speak for this country, same as Obama. Everyone upset about Obama endorsing Trudeau had already made up their minds on him and are just using it for faux outrage.
    Why wont JT answer the question, if they asked BO to endorse him, he's such a fake..lol, because he probably did, aww.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H.L. View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by seamusmcduffs View Post
    Yup Harper is going around inserting himself into the politics of plenty of other countries. I disagree with a lot of what he's saying, but I don't think he should/can be forced to keep his mouth shut. He is no longer the leader of this country and does not speak for this country, same as Obama. Everyone upset about Obama endorsing Trudeau had already made up their minds on him and are just using it for faux outrage.
    Why wont JT answer the question, if they asked BO to endorse him, he's such a fake..lol, because he probably did, aww.
    Who cares? Freedom of speech being exercised by a former US government employee. It’s just another opinion. Voters can react positively or negatively to it as they wish. Now if it was a current President, PM then it’s more serious. Obama may have followers here but it’s not as if they are members of the Democratic Party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by East McCauley View Post
    As a non-Conservative, I'd be delighted if Trump sent out a tweet urging Canadians to vote for Andrew Scheer.
    That would be a disaster for the Cons.
    The way the Republicans have become loyal followers and defenders of Trump is truly scary. Zero independent thought. Likely zero representation of their constituents as well.

    So while I sure wouldn’t mind a conservative party in power in Canada, the thought of a conservative party in power while Trump is in power, should be a major concern across the nation. I don’t want to be a victim by their association.
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    For a drama sort of teacher, was he never taught to project, rather than YELL, .god he's terrible
    For an insurance broker......

    Oh wait, he lied about being one.

    What was his work experience again?
    Will you please stop hammering on about the insurance brokers.

    Said the insurance broker on here.
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    "Dual Citizenship" Self-claimed insurance broker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmonton PRT View Post
    "Dual Citizenship" Self-claimed insurance broker
    Your anti-immigrant racism is appalling.

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    ^Bigot

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    Boy that word is used a heck of lot, then again, it's in the right thread I suppose..
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    ^ sexist racist pedophile for using the word 'boy' in a sentence
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmonton PRT View Post
    ^ sexist racist pedophile for using the word 'boy' in a sentence
    And you repeated it! Spreading sexist racist pedophile language are you.

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    Funny that the people who accused Top Dawg of being bigoted, and were subsequently vindicated by his own admission, are now being subjected to ridicule for having been right.

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    Welcome to the gish gallop of C2E. By the time you've dealt with the first pile of BS they've dropped 3 more & are telling 'funny' 'jokes' about those who care enough to correct them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by overoceans View Post
    Funny that the people who accused Top Dawg of being bigoted, and were subsequently vindicated by his own admission, are now being subjected to ridicule for having been right.
    My ridicule if you characterize it as such, isn’t for his being right about Top Dawg. Re-read the thread posts. Note how most of the posts/attacks weren’t even directed at TD but rather MrO.

    You seem to be selective forgiving or ignoring one accuser’s debasing of immigrants and the Canadian born children of immigrants (dual citizens - which I believe is a totally legal right of Canadians ).

    Trump's attacks on Judge Curiel are still jarring to read - CNNPolitics

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/27/polit...all/index.html


    Paul Ryan: Trump made "textbook definition of a racist comment" | Washington Week
    Excerpt:
    “House Speaker Paul Ryan delivered a harsh rebuke of the recent comments made by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump about an Indiana-born judge with Mexican heritage ...”

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    My ridicule if you characterize it as such, isn’t for his being right about Top Dawg. Re-read the thread posts.
    I love it when people attack me personally for calling people bigots rather than try and refute the accusation. Doubly so if they take cheap shots about whatever they've gleaned about me from my limited social media presence & publicly posted photography.
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    Found an interesting comment on Reddit about conservatism:

    No, because Conservatism is an inherent batshite crazy ideology.Remember that it was created in response to the French Revolution to protect and wealth and power of aristocrats.
    As a fundamental, but often unstated belief that all ideologies in the conservative cluster share is: there should be an in-group which the law protects but does not bind, and an out-group which the law binds but does not protect.
    The differences between the conservative ideology is how determine who gets to be in which group.
    "Classical" conservatism uses blood-right inheritance to determine group membership.
    Neo-liberalism uses wealth to determine group membership.
    Neo-conservative is a variant of neo-liberalism which is openly pro-military colonialism.
    Libertarianism uses property ownership to determine group membership. It's similar to Neo-Liberalism, but they place property rights so highly that they would have protected a slave owners property rights over a slave's civil rights.
    "Social" Conservatism uses religious observance to determine group membership.
    Fascism use national and racial identity to determine group membership.
    If you are a rich, white, Christian male, all of these groups want to put you in the protected in-group.
    Emphasis mine.
    Giving less of a damn than ever… Can't laugh at the ignorant if you ignore them!

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    The "Deep State" controls bus companies and/or credit card companies! Wake up sheeple!"

    Trump supporters cry bitter tears after bus company they never bothered paying leaves them stranded

    Hundreds of Trump supporters this week were left stranded by bus company U.S. Coachways after the organizers for a “March for Trump” rally in Washington D.C. failed to pay them.


    The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer reports that the Trump supporters had expected U.S. Coachways to pick them up and bring them to D.C. where they were set to rally against House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. After the buses never showed up, however, Trump supporters claimed that the bus company was part of a “deep state” conspiracy aimed at silencing their voices.


    In reality, U.S. Coachways’ chief marketing officer Joseph Heap tells Sommer, the company withheld the buses because multiple credit card payments made by Trump rally organizers were declined.


    “We want to get people down there,” he said. “But unfortunately, payment is required.”

    https://www.rawstory.com/2019/10/tru...them-stranded/

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    My ridicule if you characterize it as such, isn’t for his being right about Top Dawg. Re-read the thread posts.
    I love it when people attack me personally for calling people bigots rather than try and refute the accusation. Doubly so if they take cheap shots about whatever they've gleaned about me from my limited social media presence & publicly posted photography.
    to be fair, you are awfully quick to accuse people who don't agree with you or don't support those you choose to support as being bigots for no other reason than their disagreeing with you.

    you say you invite refutation but you refuse to read it because you have already made your mind up. as for cheap shots, you have lobbed your share of those over the net as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man From YEG View Post
    How about the Harpercrite's Taiwan visit (not to mention his silence regarding the dual-citizen Insurance Broker).
    I have no idea what you're talking about. Could you clarify?

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