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Justin Trudeau

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That could change though since we (not including me) elected the Liberal politically correct, brain dead, ignorant twit Justin Trudeau as PM. Canada's Liberals are like the American Democrats who use the Saul Akinsky technique of demonizing the Conservatives until the population becomes sufficiently brain washed into believing their lies and elect a Liberal. Justin is so stupid he has never had a full time job in his entire pathetic life having worked in the real world only as a part time drama teacher and a camp counselour but Canucks loved him because they thought he was cute and had nice hair. He's so out to lunch he actually thinks that the problems in the middle east are caused by high unemployment. While campaigning, every time he hit a new city the first thing he'd do is rush off to the local mosque to pander to the goat sodomizers. He sincerely believed that he was qualified to be the leader of a G 8 country because his daddy Pierre was a PM. Pierre was such an ahole that his heroes were Stalin, Mao and Castro but Canadians elected him because they thought he looked groovy wearing his cravat and zoot suit. I'm not making this up. Our economy was healthy when he was a first elected and a mess when he left. Pierre was probably a switch hitter but married a hippy chick to serve as his brood mare so he could pass on his in-bred genes to a brain dead twit like Justin. Pierre's wife Margaret, Justin's mother, was a bi-polar slut that banged every rock star passing through Ottawa when Pierre was busy destroying the economy.

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Mind you with our new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who has the maturity and wisdom of a 5 year old you never know what the future holds. Hand guns are highly regulated here which is not considered to be a big deal because we don't have the high crime problem you have in the U.S and no one feels the need for one. I don't even know anyone who has or wants one. Because of liberalism black families in the U.S. have been destroyed which has caused high crime in those communities far beyond their numbers. The areas in Canada with high crime are primarily in the Jamaican communities or recent immigrants from a culture of high crime and drug abuse. Justin Trudeau's dad Pierre was the politically correct dummy who flooded Canada with Jamaicans to prove to himself how warm and fuzzy he was.


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Justin Trudeau, 35, is an earnest young man.Some would say he has a penchant for theatrics.No one has called him an intellectual rebel yet.
But after playing a lengthy game of will-he-or-won't-he since he delivered a stirring eulogy at his father's funeral in 2000, Trudeau says he's going to seek the Liberal nod in Montreal-area Papineau riding, now held by the Bloc Quebecois.
"I think there is a generational change going on with (Stephane) Dion being chosen to head the Liberal party," Trudeau said in a telephone interview with The Canadian Press as he prepared to fly to Vancouver for a seminar on avalanche safety awareness, one of his causes since his brother Michel's death in 1998.
He wants "to change the way the game is played, to a certain extent, try and bring back a certain amount of nobility and reduce some of the cynicism there is around politics these days."
In another interview, Trudeau acknowledged being the son of the late prime minister will have some kind of impact.
"Obviously, my father's name comes into it on the positive and the negative," he told Montreal radio station CJAD.
"Expectations for me will be so amazingly high by some people and so incredibly low for others that I'm sure to disappoint everyone equally."
Trudeau bristled in the earlier interview at Prime Minister Stephen Harper's linking of Liberal MP Navdeep Bains to the Air India terrorist bombing.
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Trudeau called Harper's actions in the Commons on Wednesday "reprehensible."
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Justin Trudeau has been talking a lot about the virtues of public service in the last few months.He's spoken out on the Darfur crisis, environmental issues and national unity.
After arriving at Vancouver International Airport on Thursday, Trudeau said he spoke to his father years ago about the possibility of entering politics.
"We broached it.He told me what he always told me, to be sure of my values and strong on my principles and to be open-minded about the world you were getting into.
"My father, much like my mother, would want me to be sure of what I'm doing and that I'm doing it for the right reasons."
Trudeau said his mother, Margaret, has spoken to his wife, Sophie Gregoire, about what the life of a politician might involve.
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Trudeau arrived at the airport alone and, after talking to reporters, waited at the luggage carousel with other travellers as several women gathered around to chat with him.
"I thought I was going to be incognito," he quipped as news photographers clicked away.
During the Liberal leadership race, Trudeau supported former Ontario education minister Gerard Kennedy but threw his backing to Dion when Kennedy dropped out and moved to Dion.
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Trudeau isn't focused on following in the footsteps of his parent, who fathered the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
"We shall see," he said."For now, my main priority is to earn the trust and confidence of the people in the riding of Papineau, to be able to carry their message forward and to have voices that are not always heard as loudly as others in Parliament."
In Vancouver, Trudeau said he's been working in Papineau for the last couple of weeks without any media "hoopla" to get to know the people in one of the poorest ridings in Canada and often the first stop for new immigrants.
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Trudeau was introduced to Canadians in a photo as a babe in his mother arms shortly after his birth on Dec. 25, 1971.
He has degrees from McGill University and the University of British Columbia and led a mainly private life until his moving eulogy at his father's funeral.
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Trudeau is going to be PM!It is his right of legacy.Dion will fail the next election miserably then Trudeau will reluctantly ,LOL, take on the mission to save Canada. Did you observe the media at the Liberal leadership convention.They were calling this boy a political superstar!Men were kissing his hem and women were swooning.
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Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal electionRightCanada.com , View topic - Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal election

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Justin Trudeau, 35, is an earnest young man.Some would say he has a penchant for theatrics.No one has called him an intellectual rebel yet.
But after playing a lengthy game of will-he-or-won't-he since he delivered a stirring eulogy at his father's funeral in 2000, Trudeau says he's going to seek the Liberal nod in Montreal-area Papineau riding, now held by the Bloc Quebecois.
"I think there is a generational change going on with (Stephane) Dion being chosen to head the Liberal party," Trudeau said in a telephone interview with The Canadian Press as he prepared to fly to Vancouver for a seminar on avalanche safety awareness, one of his causes since his brother Michel's death in 1998.
He wants "to change the way the game is played, to a certain extent, try and bring back a certain amount of nobility and reduce some of the cynicism there is around politics these days."
In another interview, Trudeau acknowledged being the son of the late prime minister will have some kind of impact.
"Obviously, my father's name comes into it on the positive and the negative," he told Montreal radio station CJAD.
"Expectations for me will be so amazingly high by some people and so incredibly low for others that I'm sure to disappoint everyone equally."
Trudeau bristled in the earlier interview at Prime Minister Stephen Harper's linking of Liberal MP Navdeep Bains to the Air India terrorist bombing.
...
Trudeau called Harper's actions in the Commons on Wednesday "reprehensible."
...
Justin Trudeau has been talking a lot about the virtues of public service in the last few months.He's spoken out on the Darfur crisis, environmental issues and national unity.
After arriving at Vancouver International Airport on Thursday, Trudeau said he spoke to his father years ago about the possibility of entering politics.
"We broached it.He told me what he always told me, to be sure of my values and strong on my principles and to be open-minded about the world you were getting into.
"My father, much like my mother, would want me to be sure of what I'm doing and that I'm doing it for the right reasons."
Trudeau said his mother, Margaret, has spoken to his wife, Sophie Gregoire, about what the life of a politician might involve.
...
Trudeau arrived at the airport alone and, after talking to reporters, waited at the luggage carousel with other travellers as several women gathered around to chat with him.
"I thought I was going to be incognito," he quipped as news photographers clicked away.
During the Liberal leadership race, Trudeau supported former Ontario education minister Gerard Kennedy but threw his backing to Dion when Kennedy dropped out and moved to Dion.
...
Trudeau isn't focused on following in the footsteps of his parent, who fathered the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
"We shall see," he said."For now, my main priority is to earn the trust and confidence of the people in the riding of Papineau, to be able to carry their message forward and to have voices that are not always heard as loudly as others in Parliament."
In Vancouver, Trudeau said he's been working in Papineau for the last couple of weeks without any media "hoopla" to get to know the people in one of the poorest ridings in Canada and often the first stop for new immigrants.
...
Trudeau was introduced to Canadians in a photo as a babe in his mother arms shortly after his birth on Dec. 25, 1971.
He has degrees from McGill University and the University of British Columbia and led a mainly private life until his moving eulogy at his father's funeral.
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Trudeau is going to be PM!It is his right of legacy.Dion will fail the next election miserably then Trudeau will reluctantly ,LOL, take on the mission to save Canada. Did you observe the media at the Liberal leadership convention.They were calling this boy a political superstar!Men were kissing his hem and women were swooning.
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Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal electionRightCanada.com , View topic - Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal election

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Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal election
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Post subject: Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal election
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Justin Trudeau, 35, is an earnest young man.Some would say he has a penchant for theatrics.No one has called him an intellectual rebel yet.
But after playing a lengthy game of will-he-or-won't-he since he delivered a stirring eulogy at his father's funeral in 2000, Trudeau says he's going to seek the Liberal nod in Montreal-area Papineau riding, now held by the Bloc Quebecois.
"I think there is a generational change going on with (Stephane) Dion being chosen to head the Liberal party," Trudeau said in a telephone interview with The Canadian Press as he prepared to fly to Vancouver for a seminar on avalanche safety awareness, one of his causes since his brother Michel's death in 1998.
He wants "to change the way the game is played, to a certain extent, try and bring back a certain amount of nobility and reduce some of the cynicism there is around politics these days."
In another interview, Trudeau acknowledged being the son of the late prime minister will have some kind of impact.
"Obviously, my father's name comes into it on the positive and the negative," he told Montreal radio station CJAD.
"Expectations for me will be so amazingly high by some people and so incredibly low for others that I'm sure to disappoint everyone equally."
Trudeau bristled in the earlier interview at Prime Minister Stephen Harper's linking of Liberal MP Navdeep Bains to the Air India terrorist bombing.
...
Trudeau called Harper's actions in the Commons on Wednesday "reprehensible."
...
Justin Trudeau has been talking a lot about the virtues of public service in the last few months.He's spoken out on the Darfur crisis, environmental issues and national unity.
After arriving at Vancouver International Airport on Thursday, Trudeau said he spoke to his father years ago about the possibility of entering politics.
"We broached it.He told me what he always told me, to be sure of my values and strong on my principles and to be open-minded about the world you were getting into.
"My father, much like my mother, would want me to be sure of what I'm doing and that I'm doing it for the right reasons."
Trudeau said his mother, Margaret, has spoken to his wife, Sophie Gregoire, about what the life of a politician might involve.
...
Trudeau arrived at the airport alone and, after talking to reporters, waited at the luggage carousel with other travellers as several women gathered around to chat with him.
"I thought I was going to be incognito," he quipped as news photographers clicked away.
During the Liberal leadership race, Trudeau supported former Ontario education minister Gerard Kennedy but threw his backing to Dion when Kennedy dropped out and moved to Dion.
...
Trudeau isn't focused on following in the footsteps of his parent, who fathered the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
"We shall see," he said."For now, my main priority is to earn the trust and confidence of the people in the riding of Papineau, to be able to carry their message forward and to have voices that are not always heard as loudly as others in Parliament."
In Vancouver, Trudeau said he's been working in Papineau for the last couple of weeks without any media "hoopla" to get to know the people in one of the poorest ridings in Canada and often the first stop for new immigrants.
...
Trudeau was introduced to Canadians in a photo as a babe in his mother arms shortly after his birth on Dec. 25, 1971.
He has degrees from McGill University and the University of British Columbia and led a mainly private life until his moving eulogy at his father's funeral.
...
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Post subject: Re: Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal electi
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Post subject: Re: Justin Trudeau to run in Montreal in next federal election
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Trudeau is going to be PM!It is his right of legacy.Dion will fail the next election miserably then Trudeau will reluctantly ,LOL, take on the mission to save Canada. Did you observe the media at the Liberal leadership convention.They were calling this boy a political superstar!Men were kissing his hem and women were swooning.
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