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SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 06:38 1 I thought the Sask party was going to win but this was a really big win. Congratulations on a very well run campaign.

The NDP is in trouble as long as it continues with its Land of Tommy BS and sticks with the Unions and not ordinary people from Sask. They never did anything for the poor but talked a good story. Medicare Medicare. Well, maybe its pay a basic fee every time you go. Also, Tax the rich yea that was brilliant Ryan. We know you meant every farm you hate the Rural. Its time for them to wake up call a leadership convention and a rebirth is needed. Effective opposition is whats needed not to whine and cry and stomp our feet. Ryan was the biggest problem and his billion-dollar spend plan as Alberta tried. Also, his federal counterpart didn't help one bit. Back a liberal in Sask and its a death sentence.

Total Liberal votes in Election was 153 But who is counting that is less than 1% of the population. Let that sink in. SASKATCHEWA PEOPLE HATE TRUDEAU.

Buffalo party actually beat the NDP which is another blow to the NDP in some ridings.

Its an election it's over and now it's time to get back to work. Skippy is trying to kill us all out west we are strong remember that. Reply With Quote
Oct 27, 2020 | 06:53 2 The Saskparty is still running on Romanow closing down rural hospitals and schools because Devine just about bankrupted the province in the 80s. Except The Sask party never reopened the schools and the hospitals. But some Sask Party supporters haven't read the news since the 90s! LOL

But the Sask Party is more like a centre right Liberal party on a lot of issues. They are too progressive for many of the usual suspects on Sillyville.

Looks like we are going to have the "one party" rule like Alberta did for 40 years!

Speaking of Alberta, Jason Kenney is so unpopular now the NDP might get back in! The fact that Notley is even in the running again must send shock waves through Alberta.

Its just politics! hahah Reply With Quote
Oct 27, 2020 | 06:56 3 A very well run campaign with this.....

"""We will have a strong Saskatchewan with the plan and the plan is strong to build Saskatchewan."""....

That type of say nothing double talk....

Alberta elected continuous conservative governments until the stench of corruption was so bad people held their nose and voted for the NDP....

The same thing is and will happen here.....Bill Boyd just ran a test run of what they can get away with....


Devine's few unethical people were peanuts compared to what the Saskparty corruption will amount to.

And devine left the province with a real plan for growth ....Wall and Moe have done SFA to build any sort of lasting projects that leave good paying jobs here.

While SF3 and I agree on most things .....we are offside on this one...

Not the NDP was the answer but giving Moe a larger majority was not the answer either... Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:00 4
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    The Saskparty is still running on Romanow closing down rural hospitals and schools because Devine just about bankrupted the province in the 80s. Except The Sask party never reopened the schools and the hospitals. But some Sask Party supporters haven't read the news since the 90s! LOL

    But the Sask Party is more like a centre right Liberal party on a lot of issues. They are too progressive for many of the usual suspects on Sillyville.

    Looks like we are going to have the "one party" rule like Alberta did for 40 years!

    Speaking of Alberta, Jason Kenney is so unpopular now the NDP might get back in! The fact that Notley is even in the running again must send shock waves through Alberta.

    Its just politics! hahah
    Devine mortgaged the province and bet big on the base of this province....agriculture...

    It was a good bet and set the province up to balance the budget in years to come....people should not forget what Devine left as a vision for growth in this province....

    Bankrupt the province ....nope...gave the next government the opportunity to grow.... I dont like arguing both sides of this election thing but Grant Devine hardly bankrupt this province ...just recognized its potential...

    Wall and Moe are just in it for themselves. Reply With Quote

  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:03 5 In the business of Government, no competition is no good.

    Third time I posted that

    82% of the seats. Absolute power absolutely corrupts.

    I guess I will have to pay for SaskEnergy's infrastructure to have NatGas delivered to the Ghetto, and an inflated cost since it's probably some Sask Party crony gas line installing company. Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:04 6 Ndp in Alberta again! Lmfao k. Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:10 7 Chuck do you and the other 153 liberals have meetings in Saskatchewan you must know all by name.

    Yes, bucket We need a strong NDP as a opposition and Ryan wasn't the answer. The NDP is a tired old Union club that people woke up and aren't supporting any more. They need a convention like I have said before punt the whole crew and burn down the NDP and start from the ashes again. Doing the same thing over and over is insanity. The NDP lost to the Buffalo party in most Rural ridings. The rural remembers the NDP and won't come back till they change. It's up to them to figure it out or it will be 5 in a row.

    I wanted a stronger NDP or even a Buffalo to get in but it didn't happen because Ryan was going after anyone with Wealth in Assets and we would choose the total to tax. Yea that was a winner of an idea. It read I will tax every farmer when they sell out.

    Also, I remember working for the Government when the NDP was in power it was each floor had the head NDP shop or floor boss and They would come around tell you about all the great things the gov was doing for you the worker and pay your union dues they go to a higher church the church of Roy and Company at that time. It was well run the machine from rural to the city to top. But then the Rural woke up. If the Sask Party doesn't watch the Rural will reinvent its self again and throw them out. People are still bitter but they hate the NDP so never again will they win in Rural Sask.

    Politics is fun.

    But the joke of the night was when CTV announced that only 12 people Sask Wide voted for the Liberals. Trudeau, we hate you and you alone the most. Reply With Quote

  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:14 8 http://www.saskparty.com/our_history

    http://www.saskparty.com/our_history

    Let the video load and play it.
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    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:15 9 Bucket, The NDP were in power for 16 years after Devine. Romanow had to cut services to balance the budget because of Divines over spending. What exactly did Devine invest in that paid lasting dividends?

    There was a Devine $25 dollar an acre loan that if you needed it may have helped. They built a couple of dams. One for cooling Shand. They gave grants for home renovations. Sound familiar? What else had a lasting impact on the province?

    I farmed during the 80s and a lot of my neighbors quit.

    It was Federal Ag program spending that helped farmers the most thanks to Brian Mulroney.

    As you know, the economic fortunes of western Canada rise and fall on the price of commodities. Premiers have little to do with this. Wall governed during a boom period when prices were high. Lucky him.
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    SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:23 10 Glen your so full of shit it's not even funny. Devine knew farming was important. A strong rural with oil and gas and mining and power all make for a healthy economy. The 80s were drought filled years that were high-interest rates and piss poor crops. Devine gave people hope after years of NDP shit show pave 5 miles out of Regina and Sask and 5 miles in from Alberta and Man.

    Power and gas to farms till the NDP put a stop to the program. We got the gas but power just was a year out.

    Also, let's think about it Roy ran and cried that Sask was broke and it will go down as the biggest snow job in Canadian history.

    We had more assets more potential than any province in Canada. Min debt compared to Manitoba under an NDP gov yet we were broke. Really think long and hard.

    The NDP need to regroup and reinvent and the only way is to burn the whole NDP party down and start again from the ashes. Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:28 11
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Bucket, The NDP were in power for 16 years after Devine. Romanow had to cut services to balance the budget because of Divines over spending. What exactly did Devine invest in that paid lasting dividends?

    There was a Devine $25 dollar an acre loan that if you needed it may have helped. They built a couple of dams. One for cooling Shand. They gave grants for home renovations. Sound familiar? What else had a lasting impact on the province?

    I farmed during the 80s and a lot of my neighbors quit.

    It was Federal Ag program spending that helped farmers the most thanks to Brian Mulroney.

    As you know, the economic fortunes of western Canada rise and fall on the price of commodities. Premiers have little to do with this. Wall governed during a boom period when prices were high. Lucky him.

    Who do you think prodded Mulroney to make an adhoc payment? The history rumour has it that the phone call between Grant Devine and Brian Mulroney was anything but cordial.

    Fertilizer plant that the NDP sold off for pennies...same with the share in the upgrader refineries...both that helped bring good paying jobs here....


    But I will agree with you on what Wall squandered during the boom.... Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:28 12
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    Devine mortgaged the province and bet big on the base of this province....agriculture...

    It was a good bet and set the province up to balance the budget in years to come....people should not forget what Devine left as a vision for growth in this province....

    Bankrupt the province ....nope...gave the next government the opportunity to grow.... I dont like arguing both sides of this election thing but Grant Devine hardly bankrupt this province ...just recognized its potential...

    Wall and Moe are just in it for themselves.
    And Calvert and Romanow weren't ? Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:30 13
    Quote Originally Posted by GALAXIE500 View Post
    And Calvert and Romanow weren't ?
    I can't say wasn't really paying attention at that time....was blinded by ideology and kept voting conservative just because...

    One thing is for sure, all governments become corrupt ...no matter the stripe... Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:31 14 SF I forgot about the gas program. We had power since 1950s. You must mean undergound lines?

    But what other things did Divine invest in that paid long term?

    The only thing that turned ag around was better prices and the fact that most farms grew in size to a more economic scale. Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:33 15 Yes and that's why a strong opposition is key.

    But in Sask, the NDP failed miserably this election. Spend spend on Union Jobs and tax the Farmers wasn't a very good message.

    Again they need to burn down the NDP union hall and start again maybe the CCF party. Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:36 16
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    SF I forgot about the gas program. We had power since 1950s. You must mean undergound lines?

    But what other things did Divine invest in that paid long term?

    The only thing that turned ag around was better prices and the fact that most farms grew in size to a more economic scale.

    The farms growing in size to an economical scale are using agristabilty recalculating their margins to get a payment ...all thanks to farmers using the MNP designed program that comes with a huge bill to do business with MNP. Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:38 17 Maybe NDP, loyal Liberals to the true party name, Buffalo and Independents will have to join forces against the Sask Party like the Conservatives and turncoat Liberals did to take on the NDP in the spring of 1997. Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:40 18 I was surprised to hear what a big part of Sask economy is tech. Its huge. Also anyone remember, “Red Square”, the Canora-Yorkton commies? I watched for it last night, but its G-O-N-E.
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    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:42 19
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    Who do you think prodded Mulroney to make an adhoc payment? The history rumour has it that the phone call between Grant Devine and Brian Mulroney was anything but cordial.

    Fertilizer plant that the NDP sold off for pennies...same with the share in the upgrader refineries...both that helped bring good paying jobs here....


    But I will agree with you on what Wall squandered during the boom....
    In the case of the refinery. Good paying Union jobs at Federated Coop! haha

    Devine sold off the crown Potash Corporation that could have been a lasting good investment that paid dividends to Saskatchewan taxpayers.

    What else did Devine do that was so great? Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:46 20 Helped replace stupid people like you chuck That's it to a core and we still have 153 people to go and Saskatchewan is Free of rats also. Reply With Quote

  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:47 21 I just love stirring the pot. Or is it reality check time? Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:49 22
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    I was surprised to hear what a big part of Sask economy is tech. Its huge.
    Its not all farming, potash and oil then? what share of the economy is tech? Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:49 23
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    In the case of the refinery. Good paying Union jobs at Federated Coop! haha

    Devine sold off the crown Potash Corporation that could have been a lasting good investment that paid dividends to Saskatchewan taxpayers.

    What else did Devine do that was so great?
    I shouldn't get going on this with you chuck chuck....but if you cant admit Devine laid the groundwork/foundation for the future of this province there is no sense in discussing it with you..

    The potash companies had to be taken private because no company will come here with the threat of nationalization like what Blakney did...

    While no company is coming here without government money ...there has to be a sense of an open market orientation ( I know there is no such thing and hated writing it )as opposed to being just a subdivision of government . Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:49 24 Its reality check time and the NDP needs to be a strong opposition.


    Punt the DR and burn the place to the ground start up again. Real simple how to get it done.

    Chuck and his 153 friends are like the last 153 rats in Sask trying to keep us all in line like Trudeau. Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:51 25 Breaking News.....

    World grain markets mixed on news of a strong Sask Party majority election win.

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    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:51 26
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    Its reality check time and the NDP needs to be a strong opposition.


    Punt the DR and burn the place to the ground start up again. Real simple how to get it done.

    Chuck and his 153 friends are like the last 153 rats in Sask trying to keep us all in line like Trudeau.
    You and I both know there are good people within the NDP.....their voice just hasn't been heard...

    While the current platform did not appeal to most in the province....allowing a buffoon like Moe run it is a recipe for disaster....


    A plan is a plan and its a plan...is no different than ""' a proof is a proof and when its a proof its proof."""..Jean Chretien
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  • Partners's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:51 27 The NDP needs to fold their tents and rename their party.
    Sure is working for the sask party..
    That old stupid name just is a major turn off for the majority of people here. Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 27, 2020 | 07:54 28 Yes, Bucket there are good people in the NDP I know a few and keep telling them to look at the big picture its time for a change as people aren't buying your message any more.

    I want two parties to duke it out and give us good gov. a massive majority isn't the answer. Its a weakness.

    Yes, a name change probably would be a good idea. Reply With Quote
    Oct 27, 2020 | 07:54 29 Part of the results of this election was because of the coop union strike during Covid shutdown of many small businesses ..... it left a bad residue on the NDP for supporting them all the way through . Then threatening to tax farms even more than we are already and blindly supporting the carbon tax on top of it all .
    Results speak for themselves.
    Agree the NDP need to reinvent themselves and think beyond the union walls or they will never be a functioning party in Sask ever again .

    The Sask party did get a bit of a wake up call with the buffalo party .... that was Sask party votes . Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 27, 2020 | 07:56 30
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    I shouldn't get going on this with you chuck chuck....but if you cant admit Devine laid the groundwork/foundation for the future of this province there is no sense in discussing it with you..

    The potash companies had to be taken private because no company will come here with the threat of nationalization like what Blakney did...

    While no company is coming here without government money ...there has to be a sense of an open market orientation ( I know there is no such thing and hated writing it )as opposed to being just a subdivision of government .
    Why do you need companies to come here when we can build are own like Sask Power, Sask Tel which are both very good at what they do and provide much cheaper rates than what is available in rural Alberta! Reply With Quote