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« Reply #120 on: August 21, 2021, 01:08:09 pm »
housing crisis... the "core problem": gorgeous solutions from member Gorgeous!

Regulate the real estate and banking sector, tax speculation and foreign investment, remove red tape for builders, and don't bring in more immigrants than cities can absorb, think about increasing the lending rates.

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« Reply #121 on: August 21, 2021, 01:35:40 pm »


zinger line from PM Trudeau this morning: "Erin O'Toole thinks pro-choice is a doctor's choice, rather than a woman's choice!" For example, to the waldo it appears there is purposeful CPC interpretations to protect the so-called gate-keeping role of physicians to deny providing access referrals... or more pointedly, per the CPC election platform, expressed CPC intentions to roll-back some of the Medical Assistance In Dying (MAID) legislation passed by the government/House this past March.

on the campaign trail, CPC/O'Toole continues to simply state, "I am pro-choice", in an attempt to ward off media's repeated questions on abortion rights... particularly given the emphasis on "conscience rights" within the CPC election platform. And now Press Progress has brought to light that: Several Conservative Candidates Directed Public Money to Canada’s Biggest Anti-Abortion Lobby Group
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Several candidates for Erin O’Toole’s Conservatives used money from their MP’s office budgets to place self-promotional advertisements with Canada’s biggest anti-abortion lobby group last summer.

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« Reply #122 on: August 21, 2021, 02:04:20 pm »
further to the CPC election platform referencing the, "conscience rights of healthcare professionals":

In actuality it's referenced within the CPC election platform... somehow the CPC doesn't include the reference within the platform section titled, 'A Detailed Plan to Secure Healthcare'; rather, and the waldo shytes you not, it appears in a section titled, 'A Detailed Plan for a Freer Canada'! ... saying that, "if elected we will protect the conscience rights of healthcare professionals.” Typical Conservative "Freedumb" bullshyte!

=> as referenced in the CPC election platform... and earlier as appeared within the O'Toole leadership campaign platform:

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« Reply #123 on: August 21, 2021, 05:45:34 pm »
NDP Singh continues to conflate jurisdictions, provincial vs. federal... since this continually gets pointed out to him, one can factually state NDP/Singh does it purposely... gaslighter-to-the-max!

to gaslight => refers to the act of {NDP/Singh} undermining another person’s reality by denying facts, the environment around them, or their feelings


the latest, has NDP/Singh ignoring the fact that landlord-tenant... rent control legislation is provincial domain. That it's landlords following municipal/provincial regulations in establishing rent levels. By the by, NDP/Singh, your parties related promissory statement says... "up to $5000"


another consistency is NDP/Singh taking credit for things the Liberal government has already done... in this case working with the provinces/territories (because, again, this is within their purview), to complete Canada Housing Benefit agreements with every province and territory, helping 300,000 low-income Canadians across the country pay rent => that's $4 billion in rental support for Canadians who need it most.

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« Reply #124 on: August 21, 2021, 08:47:58 pm »
Warning:  Waldo deleting posts in the legitimate 2021 election campaign thread. Non-critical propaganda only i guess.

yet another plaintive member Gorgeous pussyWail over propaganda! Too bad you haven't the mettle to actually debate/argue... that you take exception to having actual policy references and related discussion therein. You have no basis for this propaganda claim: look over the last 2 pages of the thread... in some 20 posts or so that I've made, there are only 2 posts that contain direct copy/paste references to Liberal Party election campaign policy - 2!. A few of those posts from the waldo (as replies) punted your statements/claims... clearly you took exception - so, you whine about supposed propaganda. C'mon member Gorgeous, get in the game! LOl!

again, in certain posts the waldo speaks directly to Liberal Party election campaign policy... you know, in an election campaign thread. Wow - imagine that - policy references to act as fodder for, to act to help spur on, policy discussion! You know, on a discussion forum. But I also draw reference to Opposition Party policy... and of course, as appropriate, criticize it in relation to existing federal government policy/legislation or Liberal Party campaign related policy statements.

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« Reply #125 on: August 22, 2021, 12:33:47 pm »
CPC/O'Toole responds to question on healthcare privitization - states he wants to, "bring for profit synergies to our public healthcare"! O'Toole claims a rush of private capital will help to realize new & improved efficiencies!

wait waldo, aren't those the Conservative "synergies" that weaken the public system while privatizing essential services? Yes, that right... you nailed it!

with healthcare privitization coming forward on the campaign trail, Deputy PM Freeland responds earlier today:



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« Reply #126 on: August 22, 2021, 12:42:52 pm »
wait waldo, isn't that a clever 'conscience rights' play off the CPC 'Secure The Future' slogan? Well yes - yes it is!

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« Reply #127 on: August 23, 2021, 12:15:37 am »
a Scotiabank study shows that childcare is likely the largest household expenditure for the average Canadian family:



the CPC/O'Toole has promised to cut all existing early learning & child-care agreements signed between the Liberal federal government and: => July 8 - British Columbia; => July 12 - Nova Scotia; => July 23 - Yukon; => July 27 - P.E.I.; => July 28 - Newfoundland and Labrador; => August 5 - Quebec; => August 9 - Manitoba => August 13 - Saskatchewan. These agreements include provisioned monies to create required new childcare spaces; additionally monies intended to keep the quality of existing spaces... or improve the quality of spaces as may be necessary.

earlier the waldo provided a study that showed the economic gains realized when women are able to return to the workforce given affordable child care. In addition, Quebec’s experience demonstrates that those returning workforce women will boost growth and productivity — of course, both essential ingredients for an economic recovery... a recovery that CPC/O'Toole continually promises on the election campaign trail!

the CPC/O'Toole alternative to these promised cuts is to provide a tax credit... which does nothing to help create improved and most necessary new childcare spaces to create the foundation necessary for women to return to the workforce.

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« Reply #128 on: August 23, 2021, 11:09:25 am »
CPC/O'Toole responds to question on healthcare privitization - states he wants to, "bring for profit synergies to our public healthcare"! O'Toole claims a rush of private capital will help to realize new & improved efficiencies!

wait waldo, aren't those the Conservative "synergies" that weaken the public system while privatizing essential services? Yes, that right... you nailed it!

with healthcare privitization coming forward on the campaign trail, Deputy PM Freeland responds earlier today:

oh the sanctimonious CPC/O'Toole whining about supposed selective editing of a video within the above Deputy PM Freeland tweet... meanwhile, this very week, as mentioned in a previous waldo tweet, the CPC selectively edited a PM Trudeau comment in regards monetary versus fiscal policies - sanctimonious CPC/O'Toole!

waldo factoids:
=> Ms. Freeland issued 3 tweets... the first 2 tweets, 2 minutes a part (in English): the first tweet included the isolated O'Toole comment concerning healthcare privatization; the second tweet (issued 2 minutes later) included the full response from O'Toole; the first tweet (in French) included only his comment concerning healthcare privatization.
=> 2-tier healthcare is a mainstay of all Canadian Conservative parties - exactly in line with the isolated O'Toole response that speaks of "for profit healthcare; of bringing for profit synergies to public healthcare; claiming that a rush of private capital will help to realize new & improved efficiencies in healthcare". Does anyone... anyone... dispute the Conservative want for 2-tier healthcare in Canada - anyone?

at a campaign stop Q/A this morning, 2 reporters ask a total of 4 questions aimed at having O'Toole state what healthcare privatization he/CPC favour. O'Toole refuses to answer each and every pointed request in those 4 questions, opting instead to blather on about his unrelenting support for universal healthcare, blah, blah, blah...

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« Reply #129 on: August 23, 2021, 04:54:02 pm »
at a campaign stop Q/A this morning, 2 reporters ask a total of 4 questions aimed at having O'Toole state what healthcare privatization he/CPC favour. O'Toole refuses to answer each and every pointed request in those 4 questions, opting instead to blather on about his unrelenting support for universal healthcare, blah, blah, blah...

Buffalo Gal Rempel was on CTV's Power Play this afternoon... she being the CPC 'Shadow Minister' for Health. Host Evan Solomon tried 3 times to get Ms. Rempel to explain the CPC/O'Toole comment on, "for profit private synergies with public healthcare" - 3 times! And 3 times Rempel avoided answering the pointed requests from Solomon. When CPC Conservatives tell you who they are - believe them!

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« Reply #130 on: August 23, 2021, 05:38:31 pm »
and NDP/Singh continues to purposely lie & misinform; today vowing to end, "PM Trudeau's increased subsidies to Big Oil".

waldo factoids:
- the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) broadly reported the federal government funded oil and gas companies to the tune of $1.9 billion during the pandemic year of 2020... this being the so-called "subsidy" increase NDP/Singh is vowing to end. What NDP/Singh purposely omits in his targeted statement is to explain that:

=> $1.4 billion of that amount was to support the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan with investments in the clean-up of orphaned and inactive wells... related work that would create, between them, 8500 jobs for workers in the 3 provinces.
=> the remaining funding of that amount went to such things as to: help an assortment of companies reduce their emissions while creating related jobs (both temporary and permanent); public transit bus optimizations toward electrification of buses; the build of a battery-pack assembly plant for electric vehicles; etc..

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« Reply #131 on: August 23, 2021, 06:20:12 pm »
media continues to ask Alberta UCP spokespersons where Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has disappeared to over recent weeks... he being so obviously missing during his promised, "best Alberta summer ever"! And Kenney being MIA during the first week of the election campaign, particularly when CPC/O'Toole came calling to Alberta this past week! Well finally it's revealed that Premier Kenney is "on holiday"!

earlier today CPC/O'Toole admitted that he wouldn't stop any province from privatizing health care... well, ok waldo... an admission by omission in CPC/O'Toole's refusing to answer what he would do if any province proceeded towards privatizing aspects of health care! Given Alberta Premier Kenney's UCP governments expressed want to do exactly that, wags are taking bets on whether this will finally bring Kenney out from his bunker "holiday"!

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« Reply #132 on: August 23, 2021, 07:32:13 pm »

with healthcare privitization coming forward on the campaign trail, Deputy PM Freeland responds earlier today:







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« Reply #133 on: August 23, 2021, 07:54:32 pm »


You know, maybe if they'd waited until after Bill C-10 passed to call the election, Truth Minister Guilbeault could have demanded that Twitter remove the warning by ministerial decree.



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« Reply #134 on: August 23, 2021, 08:07:51 pm »
whaaa! C'mon kimmo, you're manipulating my posts! Somehow you managed to quote my initial post... BUT NOT the follow-up which repeats the first but also includes the all important clarifying 'waldo factoids'. Here, let the waldo deal with your purposeful manipulation:

oh the sanctimonious CPC/O'Toole whining about supposed selective editing of a video within the above Deputy PM Freeland tweet... meanwhile, this very week, as mentioned in a previous waldo tweet, the CPC selectively edited a PM Trudeau comment in regards monetary versus fiscal policies - sanctimonious CPC/O'Toole!

waldo factoids:
=> Ms. Freeland issued 3 tweets... the first 2 tweets, 2 minutes a part (in English): the first tweet included the isolated O'Toole comment concerning healthcare privatization; the second tweet (issued 2 minutes later) included the full response from O'Toole; the first tweet (in French) included only his comment concerning healthcare privatization.
=> 2-tier healthcare is a mainstay of all Canadian Conservative parties - exactly in line with the isolated O'Toole response that speaks of "for profit healthcare; of bringing for profit synergies to public healthcare; claiming that a rush of private capital will help to realize new & improved efficiencies in healthcare". Does anyone... anyone... dispute the Conservative want for 2-tier healthcare in Canada - anyone?

at a campaign stop Q/A this morning, 2 reporters ask a total of 4 questions aimed at having O'Toole state what healthcare privatization he/CPC favour. O'Toole refuses to answer each and every pointed request in those 4 questions, opting instead to blather on about his unrelenting support for universal healthcare, blah, blah, blah...

member kimmo, again, just this past week the CPC put our a purposely manipulated video of PM Trudeau answering a question on monetary policy... where's your fake outrage on that one, hey kimmo?