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Offline waldo

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« Reply #330 on: September 23, 2021, 01:29:41 am »
If you think 'Team Trudeau' on social only refers to actual people working for the Liberal Party of Canada, I think Gorgeous is spot on about your objective on this forum.

duh! The backdrop was the prior 5 months of a toxic dysfunctional Parliament... and the purposeful filibustering/blocking of government intended legislation by the OppoForces - so, you know, parties, MPs, Cabinet Ministers, party leaders, the PM - as you say, "actual Parliament people"! You then proceed to drop your nothingness twitter reference to "20 who knows what". Again, when pressed, you finally brought forward that the 20 reference was some dudes alluding to 20 non-confidence motions as being some determiner behind an election call... or at least that was your implication!

"team Trudeau"??? LOL! I certainly don't recall any Liberal MPs, cabinet ministers or PM Trudeau mentioning non-confidence votes as a driver behind the election call... notwithstanding that 20 number seems a tad high in relation to the requirement that only 'money bills' carry the potential for non-confidence. But really, c'mon, no matter how many there actually were, none reached an actual non-confidence status to bring the government down as either the NDP or BQ (or both) had been repeatedly propping up the government to actually avoid non-confidence. And other than a roll-call vote what "bother" is a non-confidence vote... so why even mention it? Your "team Trudeau" tag to those twitter links is hilarious! But good on ya for trotting them out - apparently you thought you found a real gem! LOL!

but thanks for highlighting this again - I've mentioned it a few times in the past: the CPC/O'Toole were not hesitant in voting non-confidence... the most recent profiled instance, as I recall, was the April budget. You know, where O'Toole was quite ready to, once again, try to bring the government down and force a, wait for it... wait for it... a $600 million dollar pandemic election! The number of times O'Toole nattered on about, "$600 million dollars in a pandemic election" was nauseating - he was like a freakin' squawking parrot, over & over & over again.

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« Reply #331 on: September 23, 2021, 12:02:24 pm »
After Monday's vote, 95% of the federal Liberal caucus are corrupt self-serving a-holes.
I queef, therefore I am.
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« Reply #332 on: September 23, 2021, 01:09:05 pm »
After Monday's vote, 95% of the federal Liberal caucus are corrupt self-serving a-holes.

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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #333 on: September 24, 2021, 12:58:32 am »
After Monday's vote, 95% of the federal Liberal caucus are corrupt self-serving a-holes.

I think it's gonna get even uglier than the last few years. 

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« Reply #334 on: September 24, 2021, 01:12:52 am »
duh! The backdrop was the prior 5 months of a toxic dysfunctional Parliament... and the purposeful filibustering/blocking of government intended legislation by the OppoForces - so, you know, parties, MPs, Cabinet Ministers, party leaders, the PM - as you say, "actual Parliament people"! You then proceed to drop your nothingness twitter reference to "20 who knows what". Again, when pressed, you finally brought forward that the 20 reference was some dudes alluding to 20 non-confidence motions as being some determiner behind an election call... or at least that was your implication!

Do you just string together a bunch of words to aggravate people into leaving you alone or did this all make sense as you were typing?  Are you aware of how sentences work?
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« Reply #335 on: September 24, 2021, 07:06:09 am »
Do you just string together a bunch of words to aggravate people into leaving you alone or did this all make sense as you were typing?  Are you aware of how sentences work?

how pedantic of you! No need to say you're aggravated - you already made that clear by tagging your agreement with that most juvenile Gorgeous summation of the Liberal caucus! LOL! That you actually voted NDP is telling enough - that you haven't the wherewithal to even try to respond to the following is a testament to how naive and gullible you truly are; again:

What has Singh ever done besides take credit for things the Liberals actually did/do?

c'mon, give it a go! The waldo relishes the opportunity to highlight Singh's purposeful lying and misinformation during the campaign... Singh, the guy who ran nothing more than a personal image campaign to the complete detriment of presenting viable and properly funded local riding associations. After 2 elections Singh hasn't moved the NDP needle forward from the disastrous 2015 showing that cost Mulcair his leadership position - and now, after 2 subsequent elections, the NDP is still 11 seats fewer than Mulcair even managed to secure! Again, the perfect summary from a most disgruntled NDP insider - "we're a Jagmeet Singh ad campaign"!


this iteration of the NDP isn't a serious political party. Rather than presenting and running on a viable and properly costed campaign platform, the "progressive" Singh instead chose to, over and over and over again, directly attack PM Trudeau with a plethora of lies and purposeful misinformation - something you won't even attempt to rationalize! Singh ran nothing more than the Scheer 2019 campaign, sans the accompaniment of any semblance of a substantive platform. The NDP that spent $24 million on the 2021 campaign - more than twice its spending on the 2019 campaign... with little gains while further compromising the already precarious financial position of the party!

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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #336 on: September 24, 2021, 04:51:39 pm »
They picked up virtually no seats in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver etc.  They tend to pick up seats in rural areas or the prairies.  You know, where white people live.  If you have a problem with rural white people please let us know.  If you have evidence of CPC racial bias in choosing candidates please post it.

guys, guys... clearly I've touched a nerve - but really, the waldo suggests you keep your old-stock, white-privilege powder dry! I thought perhaps that 95% white figure for the next 44th Parliament CPC caucus might just be a one-off anomaly; however, your reactions suggest you're reinforcing a deeper ingrained facet of c/Conservatism. By the by, which of you has snitch line duty tonight?

the waldo reinforces the astute Gorgeous observation => 2021 election results for Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver... where, apparently, no white people live:

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Liberals - 86 seats / Conservatives - 8 seats / Bloc Quebecois - 15 seats / NDP - 6 seats

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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #337 on: September 25, 2021, 01:43:42 am »
Elections Canada publishes final 2021 election results for the (next) 44th Parliament:


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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #338 on: September 25, 2021, 03:44:42 pm »
oh snap! Apparently they let their photoshop guy go just before CPC/O'Toole's "concession" speech'!

#O'TooleBeerGut


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« Reply #340 on: September 26, 2021, 04:41:15 pm »
Post election, NDP grapples with what went wrong

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The NDP is conducting a review of its national campaign to find out what happened with its ground game, which left the party with limited gains and in fourth place despite throwing $25 million into the pot to burnish its appeal.

Jessa McLean, the riding association president of York–Simcoe NDP in Ontario: McLean said her riding can usually rely on Elections Canada campaign-expense reimbursements — money that commonly flows to candidates and helps electoral district associations or ridings — but New Democrat headquarters kept all the rebates in 2019 and again this year.

The decision to keep Elections Canada campaign rebates was made by the NDP's federal council.

"We do take the rebates to be able to run an effective central campaign," NDP national director Anne McGrath said. "But I do agree that more needs to be done to support local ridings."

Nearly half of the NDP's $25 million campaign budget was dedicated to advertisements, social media and online.


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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #341 on: September 26, 2021, 05:28:55 pm »
oh snap! Apparently they let their photoshop guy go just before CPC/O'Toole's "concession" speech'!

#O'TooleBeerGut



Forget it man, it's Oshawa town.  He's the fittest person in Durham region.
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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #342 on: September 26, 2021, 05:32:14 pm »
Why is Walduh so obsessed with O’Toole’s gut?

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« Reply #343 on: September 26, 2021, 05:50:32 pm »
Because he's an unapologetic hypocritic.
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Re: 2021 Election Campaign
« Reply #344 on: September 26, 2021, 06:21:51 pm »
Because he's an unapologetic hypocritic.

Waldo or Erin ?

Aldo or wearin' ?

Baldo or Barron ?

Can we let our GOOD FRIEND WALDO off the hook please ?  He did his job and Justin won.  Worse things could have happened.