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Nafta End! Send in A Wimp and Canada gets the Shaft

SASKFARMER3's Avatar Nov 28, 2017 | 07:21 1 What will happen when Trump finally says Canada " your run by a idiot and i would of worked with you because my beef was with Mexico but you weren't smart enough to figure it out and wanted me to implement bullshit issues that weren't trade related so now i have no choice but to end the deal and you can suffer".

First according to the experts our Dollar will drop to $.74 Cents form almost $.80.
Great what will the combine cost now million. Chem fert etc will all increase thanks.

The Canadian dollar could slump to US74 cents, down from around 79 cents currently, if US President Donald Trump were to dissolve NAFTA, according to a BMO report published Monday. That would compound the effect of higher trade tariffs to deliver a punch to Canadian wallets.

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NAFTA's potential end would hurt, but BMO says it's a 'manageable risk'. End of NAFTA could mean Canadian GDP won't grow as fast, but country's exports expected to head elsewhere, says BMO. Funny thing this guy isn't getting i know of two companies from Regina that are building or going to be building factories in USA so your equipment could be coming north at a price same as combines etc. Wow its going to be great.

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Canadian ag's view of NAFTA. The North American Free Trade Agreement is a big deal to US agriculturalists. NAFTA is even more important to their Canadian counterparts, a Canadian attorney with close ties to agriculture says. Given that, ongoing efforts to revise NAFTA are "a huge concern.

Then the job loss.
25,000 to 50,000 jobs would be lost due to long-term worker exit from the labour force, and Canadian exports would drop by about $20 billion US, or 2.8 per cent, after accounting for the redirection of some exports to other countries.

So if some one knows something positive that will come from no Nafta please share it.

Oh maybe we can set up a sock club and have JT Sign his socks and that will pay for the losses this will create.

Why i blame him. Its easy the USA didn't have a problem with Canada But it did have a problem when a Punk of a PM was trying to push his bullshit on the most powerful country in the world.

This is going to hurt and hurt big time. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 08:02 2
Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER3 View Post
What will happen when Trump finally says Canada " your run by a idiot and i would of worked with you because my beef was with Mexico but you weren't smart enough to figure it out and wanted me to implement bullshit issues that weren't trade related so now i have no choice but to end the deal and you can suffer".
Everybody will fall about laughing at his poor grammar. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 08:11 3 I think the dollar will drop more than that. I say closer to 70 cents, if it can even stay above 70.

Minimum 50,000 well paying full time jobs, lots of the union jobs $35-55/hour jobs gone,,,and lots of them out of Ontario. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 08:18 4
Quote Originally Posted by grassfarmer View Post
Everybody will fall about laughing at his poor grammar.
yea i agree grass , if trudeaus grammar is as bad as his talking ,thats pretty bad . i haven't looked at his writing much , is it as bad as the way he speaks ? I'm surprised the party whips haven't forced him to go to toastmasters or something so he can speak in public ! Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Nov 28, 2017 | 08:36 5
Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
yea i agree grass , if trudeaus grammar is as bad as his talking ,thats pretty bad . i haven't looked at his writing much , is it as bad as the way he speaks ? I'm surprised the party whips haven't forced him to go to toastmasters or something so he can speak in public !
Quit smoking pot and maybe normal brain function will return. Seems his brain is having trouble keeping up with his mouth. Maybe put his "useless" spending in that category too! Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 09:08 6 While he is back at grammar school or with the speech therapist, possibly Turdo could use a math class or two to counter his new math spending spree on things that will never give a return. Reply With Quote
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Nov 28, 2017 | 09:11 7 NAFTA is dead and might as well get used to it. I don't think it will affect us much as we only export oil to the US and a small amount of grains and that is not affected by NAFTA. The US wanted access to Canadian dairy markets and rightly so, which is a sacred cow in Canuckistan. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 09:13 8 JT is a professional speaker. He has or had a Corp set up to manage the tax for all the paid engagements he had (while also ‘serving’ as an MP).
What a joke.
He can’t speak, write or think.
Clueless on negotiating trade. It’s possible he and butts don’t think we need to trade with the US at all.
Focus on China..ya, they will heed his bullshit enviro agenda
We are screwed with this idiot in charge. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 10:39 9 Sask3 if he was to sell autographed socks I am sure you would be first in line to purchase as you seem to have an obsession with them,
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't there like 383 members in parlement,does 1 man run the whole business of gov, how about some of you get after your members, like good for nothing Ralph Goodale,I guess king Ralph made the name Ralph sacred. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 10:51 10 So the NAFTA re-negotiations and their outcome are all the responsibility of Trudeau and Trump has nothing to do with it? LOL

Brian Mulroney has been giving advice to Trudeau as well as other advisors.

You guys are an incredible bunch of arm chair experts blinded by partisan politics!

Some of you were cheering on the US duties against Bombardier a few weeks back.

In fact I think many of you are seemed opposed to free trade and favour protectionist policies just like Trump. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 11:04 11 One thing I noticed on a W5 NAFTA documentary is that Mulroney said the original Canada-US Free Trade Agreement could go into effect if NAFTA is cancelled or a 3.5% duty will go on all trade.

Mulroney, who is friends with Trump figured Canada should of been able to easily get a deal done and the USA issues were all about the Mexican trade imbalance. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 11:11 12
Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
So the NAFTA re-negotiations and their outcome are all the responsibility of Trudeau and Trump has nothing to do with it? LOL

Brian Mulroney has been giving advice to Trudeau as well as other advisors.

You guys are an incredible bunch of arm chair experts blinded by partisan politics!

Some of you were cheering on the US duties against Bombardier a few weeks back.

In fact I think many of you are seemed opposed to free trade and favour protectionist policies just like Trump.
trump looking out for his country unlike this bozo
its not trumps job to worry about canada , why are you so obsessed with him Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 11:25 13
Quote Originally Posted by Flatlander View Post
While he is back at grammar school or with the speech therapist, possibly Turdo could use a math class or two to counter his new math spending spree on things that will never give a return.
I would argue that he does understand the math of his new spending, just not the consequences. He knows that this type of spending will buy liberal votes, which will get him reelected, which will have a positive return on investment for his pocket of infinity. Spend millions of dollars of someone else's money(ie. my tax dollars), get any amount back in salary and kickbacks and future UN posting, and it didn't cost anything out of his pocket. And, so far, it appears to be working. The tax paying, responsible portion of society weren't about to vote for him anyways, so there is nothing to lose.

As for the consequences, that goes without saying, the rest of us understand the true economic consequences. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 11:31 14
Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
trump looking out for his country unlike this bozo
its not trumps job to worry about canada , why are you so obsessed with him
Another example of the continuous Trump meltdowns. Chucky was likely in favour of Obama blocking the Keystone XL.
Trudeau's MP's didn't do us any favours by adding chapters to NAFTA to address his social justice warrior vote buying scheme.

Any competent leadership team would be able to get a NAFTA deal easily done. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 11:40 15 AF5 , that pretty much nailed it right on the head. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 13:11 16
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
AF5 , that pretty much nailed it right on the head.
Reminds me, a few days ago my kids were saying how stupid Al Gore is. I said no, he is brilliant, to have made the disease, and made the cure and made a fortune off of both ends, he should be our role model, if not for the small issue of having no morals or ethics. Reply With Quote
Nov 28, 2017 | 14:05 17
Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
Reminds me, a few days ago my kids were saying how stupid Al Gore is. I said no, he is brilliant, to have made the disease, and made the cure and made a fortune off of both ends, he should be our role model, if not for the small issue of having no morals or ethics.
good for you af5, most kids nowadays think gore is saving the world . your kids are smart ! Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER3's Avatar Nov 28, 2017 | 16:51 18 Your correct how some one could take a bullshit cause and become such a wealthy person. Really shows how gullible people are. Reply With Quote
fjlip's Avatar Nov 28, 2017 | 18:08 19 Hilter/ Stalin told a huge lie and convinced millions of followers to MURDER millions of innocent people... must be where these climate change/warming NAZIS got the idea...the bigger the lie the easier to sell it! Reply With Quote