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Offline waldo

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« Reply #1410 on: October 20, 2021, 01:19:47 am »
All because he couldn’t figure out what the right thing to do was on the day his government declared as Truth and Reconciliation Day.   He had one job to do that day…. Instead he hit the surf!  LOL

no surfboards were harmed... you're perpetuating a TorontoSun/LilleyPad falsehood - of course you are! LOL!

hey waldo, I heard/read that PM Trudeau spoke to several indigenous people on Sept 30... including residential school survivors. Notwithstanding PM Trudeau participated in related ceremonies during both the prior day and evening of Sept 29th.

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« Reply #1411 on: October 20, 2021, 01:39:50 am »
and no CPC/O'Toole, your walkback isn't an apology... yes waldo, apologies are an anathema for Conservatives!

Offline The Cynic

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« Reply #1412 on: October 20, 2021, 02:56:36 pm »
such a droll CPC talking point! Certainly the election was necessary given the toxic & non-functioning Parliament given CPC and NDP antics;

Nonfunctioning, WALL-E? Could you give us a rundown on the government legislation that the Liberals were unable to pass because of these 'antics'?
As a party hack you should have such information at your pudgy fingertips, eh?

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« Reply #1413 on: October 25, 2021, 01:20:54 am »
no surfboards were harmed... you're perpetuating a TorontoSun/LilleyPad falsehood - of course you are! LOL!

I love that we're at a point where "he wasn't literally on a surfboard" is considered a serious defense of the Prime Minister's conduct.

hey waldo, I heard/read that PM Trudeau spoke to several indigenous people on Sept 30... including residential school survivors. Notwithstanding PM Trudeau participated in related ceremonies during both the prior day and evening of Sept 29th.

I am skeptical that he called anybody at all during the time marked "Private Meetings; Ottawa Tofino" let alone residential school survivors.

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« Reply #1414 on: October 25, 2021, 10:56:55 am »
I love that we're at a point where "he wasn't literally on a surfboard" is considered a serious defense of the Prime Minister's conduct.

I am skeptical that he called anybody at all during the time marked "Private Meetings; Ottawa Tofino" let alone residential school survivors.

as is the r/w "journalist" way, the false/fake surfboard pics were the lead. Pointing out the squidTard was perpetuating a falsehood is just that. The "serious defense" you speak of... and I'm shocked you're skeptical! LOL!

indigenous leaders regularly state that PM Trudeau has done more for the indigenous people's than any prior leader/government... has done more to bring attention to MMIW, to residential schools, to improving water conditions on reserves, to emphasizing reconciliation and acknowledging the TRC 'calls to action' & working to implement them... notwithstanding to bringing forward legislation that created the national day of commemoration itself! And of course, on the prior day and evening PM Trudeau participated in related reconciliation events... and the day of spoke with several indigenous persons (including residential school survivors).


coming up on 1 month since 'the day of'... I'm shocked you're still beating on this - shocked I tells ya! Haters gonna hate, hey!