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Sep 10, 2022 | 18:30 1 Chucks head should spin off in 3-2-1 …… Reply With Quote
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  • DaneG's Avatar Sep 10, 2022 | 19:03 2 It’s a good day, Bombers win and Pierre win both lopsided! Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Sep 10, 2022 | 19:51 3 Now Jean Charest can fck off into retirement for good.

    Hey chuck, I am donating my climate action rebate to PP so he can wipe the floor with retard Trudeau next election.
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  • cropgrower's Avatar Sep 10, 2022 | 20:14 4 yes it will be fun to watch now when parliment starts up , seeing the fiberals spluttering and stammering trying to explain all the lies they have told us Reply With Quote

  • Sep 10, 2022 | 20:30 5 It's over for Trudeau.

    Trudeau is so arrogant he thinks he can buy another election using taxpayers money instead of getting a job like what Poilievre wants people to do.

    Pierre will be hilarious in question period. He might just ask what Justin's name is, to see if 10 dollar daycare is the answer. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 10, 2022 | 21:30 6 So much for any hope that the cons might win an election. PP is just as worthless as Bitcoin. Canada needs a truly conservative leader not a right wing kook. Reply With Quote
    Sep 10, 2022 | 21:41 7 When comparing to the groping Blackface pm we have right now, I suppose Pierre may seem to the right on the political stage.

    I really want to know what is so far right about Pierre? Is it his wife’s immigrant and visible minority heritage? His ability to speak coherently? His common sense? His interest in actual policy for allCanadians, not just for the alt leftists?

    Just curious. Let’s hear his far right policies? Reply With Quote

  • Sep 10, 2022 | 23:35 8
    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepwheat View Post
    When comparing to the groping Blackface pm we have right now, I suppose Pierre may seem to the right on the political stage.

    I really want to know what is so far right about Pierre? Is it his wife’s immigrant and visible minority heritage? His ability to speak coherently? His common sense? His interest in actual policy for allCanadians, not just for the alt leftists?

    Just curious. Let’s hear his far right policies?
    Only answer, he mentioned bitcoin lol

    Ohhh and he wants people to get back to work and actually earn a living …… thats a crazy far right policy just crazy 😱
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  • cropgrower's Avatar Sep 11, 2022 | 07:47 9 im shure like CC no their will be no answer , or mabe some garbage about PP talking to folk that wanted their freedom back Reply With Quote
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Sep 11, 2022 | 07:58 10 As JT has said. All the best Prime Ministers have come from Quebec, and everything that's wrong has come from Alberta. Reply With Quote
    Sep 11, 2022 | 08:36 11 He is pro immigration and wants professionals and tradespeople from the rest of the world to quickly get accredited in Canada. Doesn't sound like a far right policy to me. Sounds progressive.

    Polarizing Polly blathers on about freedom primarily because of covid vaccine mandates just in time for a resurgence of paralytic polio? Bad timing! LOL

    How long do you think a ban on vaccine mandates will last during another pandemic or a resurgence of diseases like polio? Not very long. Catering to a small number of antivaxers is not good public health policy nor popular outside of the Conservative antivaxer fringe.

    On inflation fighting just how would Polly reign in the cost of world energy and commodities and fix the massive supply chain issues outside of our border? What can he do to reduce the cost of housing? Not much.

    Ban imports of Saudi oil? Who is going to build a pipeline to take western oil to Irvings in New Brusnwick? No one. Sounds like he wants to interfere in the oil market with a ban, which isn't the usual Conservative thinking.

    In his acceptance speech he accused Ottawa of planning to cut fertilizer use on farms! He made no mention of cutting just fertilizer emissions which is what the voluntary plan is. The partisans can't seem to understand the difference. Reply With Quote
    Sep 11, 2022 | 08:52 12
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    So much for any hope that the cons might win an election. PP is just as worthless as Bitcoin. Canada needs a truly conservative leader not a right wing kook.
    “Truly conservative leader”. Who do you consider this to be? Reply With Quote
    Sep 11, 2022 | 08:59 13
    Quote Originally Posted by Hamloc View Post
    “Truly conservative leader”. Who do you consider this to be?
    Someone who believes the the needs of the many outweigh the needs of a few freedumbers. Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Sep 11, 2022 | 09:04 14
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    Someone who believes the the needs of the many outweigh the needs of a few freedumbers.
    So who is that? Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 11, 2022 | 09:05 15
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    Someone who believes the the needs of the many outweigh the needs of a few freedumbers.
    Would that also apply to LGBTQ issues, Sharia law type issues, blocking resource development to satisfy some fringe extremist environmentalists, etc. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 11, 2022 | 09:10 16 Chuck2, a couple thoughts on fertilizer. Simple reality is Stephen Guilbeault and his minions looked at how much nitrogen fertilizer per capita is purchased in Canada and decided in his opinion we had a problem. No science involved. And if you think the reduction will remain voluntary you are truly naive.

    As far as vaccine mandates. The government pretended it wasn’t mandatory to be vaccinated and but then brought in mandates that forced you to chose between keeping your job and being able to afford to live and being vaccinated. I am not against vaccines, I am against government overreach. The way Justin Trudeau, Premier Legault and many others politicized the Covid vaccination has done lasting damage to public trust and to public acceptance of vaccines. Now NACI thinks you need a Covid vaccine every 90 days. In comparison how often do you need a polio or measles vaccine? The answer to that question shows how truly ineffective the Covid vaccine is! I have nothing against the polio or measles vaccine because they have been proven to be effective imo.
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  • Sep 11, 2022 | 09:29 17 “These blockaders are taking away the freedom of other people to move their goods and themselves where they want to go and that is wrong and the government has laws and tools in place to combat it,”

    Pierre Poilievre February 13, 2020


    Yup that's what Polarizing Polly said about the protests against the construction of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline through Wetʼsuwetʼen First Nation territory in British Columbia.

    But now Polly thinks illegal border blockades by truckers and antivaxers are okay? He stands with the freedumb fighters now. LOL
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  • cropgrower's Avatar Sep 11, 2022 | 10:10 18 why are you scared of freedom CC. ? with freedom can take every jab you can get , us that dont want will decide for ourselves Reply With Quote

  • Sep 11, 2022 | 19:06 19
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    Chucks head should spin off in 3-2-1 ……
    ****, his head spun off a long long time ago! Reply With Quote
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  • cropgrower's Avatar Sep 11, 2022 | 19:36 20 Name:  C7233E5C-FE7F-4F62-B993-A4FF3905142F.jpg
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Size:  18.2 KB. they said it would happen , and the minute PP won the haters started their attack on here Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 11, 2022 | 21:37 21 Warren Kinsella statement about Polievre win on radio today:

    “Has never had an achievement when
    he had power. Says Indigenous
    people are lazy. Says racist stuff like
    tar baby. Promotes bitcoin and then
    bitcoin collapses. Opposes abortion
    for years, and says he'll let
    Conservative MPs bring forward laws
    to outlaw abortion. Attacks public
    servants who can't defend
    themselves, and says he will be a
    gatekeeper over the language they
    use. Promotes WEF conspiracies
    when he's attended WEF events
    himself. Poses for chummy
    photographs with white
    supremacists and far right trucker
    convoy types. Defames his
    opponents in the leadership race,
    and divides the party that he
    proposes to lead. Doesn't grow the
    Conservative voter base in any way.
    Otherwise he is just great.”

    I expect the u-turn he makes in policy and platform that he has sold to the far right, in order to even have a chance at forming government, will make Otoole’s move to the center look minuscule. Doing same thing conservatives have done under scheer and otoole and expecting a different result. Truly the definition of insanity. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 11, 2022 | 22:12 22
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    He is pro immigration and wants professionals and tradespeople from the rest of the world to quickly get accredited in Canada. Doesn't sound like a far right policy to me. Sounds progressive.

    Polarizing Polly blathers on about freedom primarily because of covid vaccine mandates just in time for a resurgence of paralytic polio? Bad timing! LOL

    How long do you think a ban on vaccine mandates will last during another pandemic or a resurgence of diseases like polio? Not very long. Catering to a small number of antivaxers is not good public health policy nor popular outside of the Conservative antivaxer fringe.

    On inflation fighting just how would Polly reign in the cost of world energy and commodities and fix the massive supply chain issues outside of our border? What can he do to reduce the cost of housing? Not much.

    Ban imports of Saudi oil? Who is going to build a pipeline to take western oil to Irvings in New Brusnwick? No one. Sounds like he wants to interfere in the oil market with a ban, which isn't the usual Conservative thinking.

    In his acceptance speech he accused Ottawa of planning to cut fertilizer use on farms! He made no mention of cutting just fertilizer emissions which is what the voluntary plan is. The partisans can't seem to understand the difference.
    apparently you can't understand the difference ???????
    just like he was gonna put clean water on every reserve
    everything thats comes outta trudeaus yap is absolute lies Reply With Quote

  • Sep 11, 2022 | 22:15 23
    Quote Originally Posted by cropgrower View Post
    why are you scared of freedom CC. ? with freedom can take every jab you can get , us that dont want will decide for ourselves
    because its the same "dog in the manger" attitude that finished the NDP party
    jealous lazy bunch of chickenshit assholes Reply With Quote

  • Sep 11, 2022 | 23:09 24
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    Warren Kinsella statement about Polievre win on radio today:

    “Has never had an achievement when
    he had power. Says Indigenous
    people are lazy. Says racist stuff like
    tar baby. Promotes bitcoin and then
    bitcoin collapses. Opposes abortion
    for years, and says he'll let
    Conservative MPs bring forward laws
    to outlaw abortion. Attacks public
    servants who can't defend
    themselves, and says he will be a
    gatekeeper over the language they
    use. Promotes WEF conspiracies
    when he's attended WEF events
    himself. Poses for chummy
    photographs with white
    supremacists and far right trucker
    convoy types. Defames his
    opponents in the leadership race,
    and divides the party that he
    proposes to lead. Doesn't grow the
    Conservative voter base in any way.
    Otherwise he is just great.”

    I expect the u-turn he makes in policy and platform that he has sold to the far right, in order to even have a chance at forming government, will make Otoole’s move to the center look minuscule. Doing same thing conservatives have done under scheer and otoole and expecting a different result. Truly the definition of insanity.

    I've said this before. The Conservative party is screwed. All the attributes, and positions required to win the leadership amongst the hardcore card carrying social conservatives, are exactly the same positions that make it impossible to appeal to the more centrist majority at election time.

    I fully expect Pollievre to quietly distance himself from the radicals, and ignore everything he promised so far, and move to the center. That will alienate the social conservatives, but they have nowhere else to go.

    I think Trudeau is so univerally hated, and people are so ready for a change, that it might actually work this time. But the outcome will be the same, at least if they want to get re-elected next time around. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 12, 2022 | 00:58 25
    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
    I've said this before. The Conservative party is screwed. All the attributes, and positions required to win the leadership amongst the hardcore card carrying social conservatives, are exactly the same positions that make it impossible to appeal to the more centrist majority at election time.

    I fully expect Pollievre to quietly distance himself from the radicals, and ignore everything he promised so far, and move to the center. That will alienate the social conservatives, but they have nowhere else to go.

    I think Trudeau is so univerally hated, and people are so ready for a change, that it might actually work this time. But the outcome will be the same, at least if they want to get re-elected next time around.
    I do not disagree with you AB5 but there was what 675000 Conservative party members(from memory could be off on the number) of which what about 2/3 voted and of those who voted 68% voted for Pierre. Certainly not all social conservatives in my opinion. As for what Warren Kinsella said, not surprised in the least, the Liberal election machine is just beginning the attacks. They will soon be in full attack mode, Pierre is popular and they should be afraid because Pierre won’t back away from a fight.
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    Sep 12, 2022 | 07:03 26 He is already pulling back from the overheated "freedumb convoy" rhetoric.

    He will quietly shelve a lot of the dumbass ideas that only appeal to angry conservatives who are never happy. Like crypto currency, the WEF great reset and interfering in the Bank of Canada independence , and defunding the CBC.

    There is no way to win the country without appealing to to the vast majority of voters who are progressive conservative and centre left.
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  • Sep 12, 2022 | 07:15 27
    Quote Originally Posted by Hamloc View Post
    I do not disagree with you AB5 but there was what 675000 Conservative party members(from memory could be off on the number) of which what about 2/3 voted and of those who voted 68% voted for Pierre. Certainly not all social conservatives in my opinion. As for what Warren Kinsella said, not surprised in the least, the Liberal election machine is just beginning the attacks. They will soon be in full attack mode, Pierre is popular and they should be afraid because Pierre won’t back away from a fight.
    295,000 voted for Poilievre. Not even all the members his campaign signed up voted for him (over 300.000) That is a long way from the number of votes needed for Conservatives to win federally.

    Poilievre whose campaign was an attack ad against Trudeau, yet you are now worried about Liberal attacks on him given he has won the leadership? He set himself up for those attacks with crazy policy and associations.

    The really sad part is instead of voting for a government we want, Canadians are being told to vote against a personality. A sure fire way to get what you don't want. Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Sep 12, 2022 | 07:42 28 Did someone just quote Kinsella. Wow. If there was ever a top scumbag in the political field he takes the cake. Ignore it. Not relevant.

    Maybe dml can rewatch PPs videos, they are a direct attack on policy while Trudeaus teams are hardened race baiters.

    And if you dont think inflation isnt a top issue, you are in lala land. Its taking over the narrative above all else and Trudeau is out preaching climate change and whatever, while Canadians borrowing costs have doubled since he printed up $600B including another $20B this past summer.

    Only chuck harps on the convoy, the majority of people who dont live in Ottawa are grateful to them for shattering the covid marxist tyranny, except chuck, he loves being told what to do.
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  • Sep 12, 2022 | 09:01 29
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Did someone just quote Kinsella. Wow. If there was ever a top scumbag in the political field he takes the cake. Ignore it. Not relevant.

    Maybe dml can rewatch PPs videos, they are a direct attack on policy while Trudeaus teams are hardened race baiters.

    And if you dont think inflation isnt a top issue, you are in lala land. Its taking over the narrative above all else and Trudeau is out preaching climate change and whatever, while Canadians borrowing costs have doubled since he printed up $600B including another $20B this past summer.

    Only chuck harps on the convoy, the majority of people who dont live in Ottawa are grateful to them for shattering the covid marxist tyranny, except chuck, he loves being told what to do.
    Yes, but Kinsella detests Trudeau and everything about the current iteration of the Liberal party. He is still a Cretien Liberal.

    So, as they say, the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    I do occasionally read or listen to what he has to say. Rather than live in a biased bubble and turn into a Chuckchuck. Reply With Quote

  • blackpowder's Avatar Sep 12, 2022 | 09:14 30 Correct me if I'm wrong.
    Canada elects liberal govts 2 out of 3 times. Governed by them 2/3rds of our history.
    Making a Conservative govt a protest vote by Central Canada. A broom to make the Liberals new again.
    Doesn't matter today. The Prince has 3 more years. A lot can happen.
    Then PP for a max of 7 and back to 10 years of what central Canada and the ever left of center liberal/NDP.
    Power is not equal.
    It will not matter. Reply With Quote