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    I agree, but on 5/15/2018, is our own Dear Leader really any better?
    How I wish I could trade Trudeau for trump.

    To give an idea, the guy is such an embarrassment that people campaigning for the liberals (Trudeau's party) are not even putting which party they are with on their campaign signs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanmcfly View Post
    How I wish I could trade Trudeau for trump.

    Yeah... Me too.

    We finally agreed on something. I'll mark my calendar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanmcfly View Post
    How I wish I could trade Trudeau for trump.

    To give an idea, the guy is such an embarrassment that people campaigning for the liberals (Trudeau's party) are not even putting which party they are with on their campaign signs.
    Oh, believe me, we wish that, too.

    For one thing, it would be much, MUCH safer, for the entire world.

    You see, America has nukes, and Canada does not.

    Better to put Trudeau in charge of the Big Button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanmcfly View Post
    How I wish I could trade Trudeau for trump.

    To give an idea, the guy is such an embarrassment that people campaigning for the liberals (Trudeau's party) are not even putting which party they are with on their campaign signs.
    I don't believe that for a second. Post a news article affirming that nonsense.

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    I don't believe that for a second. Post a news article affirming that nonsense.
    Ok, son, not that the facts will change anything :

    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canad...&ocid=1PRCDEFE

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    Ok, son, not that the facts will change anything :

    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canad...&ocid=1PRCDEFE
    Yeah, I am no Canadian engineer, but it appears your claim fails.

    Asked if she was trying to hide the fact she was running for the Liberals, currently running third in polls behind the Progressive Conservatives and the New Democrats, Collucci said, “Of course not.”

    “I don’t think I need the Liberal logo or the Liberal word to tell people I’m a Liberal,” Collucci said in an interview on Tuesday.

    “The colour red says it all,” she added.

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    Yeah, I am no Canadian engineer, but it appears your claim fails.

    Asked if she was trying to hide the fact she was running for the Liberals, currently running third in polls behind the Progressive Conservatives and the New Democrats, Collucci said, “Of course not.”

    “I don’t think I need the Liberal logo or the Liberal word to tell people I’m a Liberal,” Collucci said in an interview on Tuesday.

    “The colour red says it all,” she added.
    A public admission would risk being ejected from the party.

    My claim: no party affiliation on campaign signs for liberals. The article had an image of the sign.

    Of course you need an excuse to remain delusional, so your denial is expected and further proof that intellectual discussion with you is a waste.
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    That's too bad, I was hoping Iran would start naming some of the traitors to your country.
    Id put trump at the top of the list.

    The erratic nature of policy-making in the Trump era may produce unintended consequences.

    Trump’s fixation with America’s trade deficit and the nature of the sanctions imposed on Russia and Iran could, for instance, aid China’s long-term ambition to erode the status of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

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    That reserve currency status is an underpinning element of the US ability to project geopolitical influence but, at a more practical level, the ability to print money and have foreigners pay a premium for it also lowers the cost of borrowing for the US government, corporates and ordinary citizens.

    https://www.smh.com.au/business/bank...15-p4zfdg.html

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    Id put trump at the top of the list.
    Trump was not involved in the treason.

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    A public admission would risk being ejected from the party.

    My claim: no party affiliation on campaign signs for liberals. The article had an image of the sign.

    Of course you need an excuse to remain delusional, so your denial is expected and further proof that intellectual discussion with you is a waste.
    Oh, insults lobbed due to your failures? Colour me shocked.

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