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Hold back vaccines and allow thousands upon thousands of international travellers in from Jan 3 to Feb 21 to Pearson alone with no possible way of tracking and checking them is a complete and total be

Tapped her ass? Give it a rest Fail.  It was a lot more then just bumping into someone at a party.    If it was anyone else in the Liberal party Justin would have canned them like he did to

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On 11/25/2020 at 8:42 AM, 1trailmaker said:

Nearing record high TSX is strong

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Nov. 24, 4:20 p.m
 
 
We should hit record heights by December

Nobody with any sense would invest heavily in the tsx, index or not.  I'm out, how about you?

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2 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Nobody with any sense would invest heavily in the tsx, index or not.  I'm out, how about you?

it is a marker of the economy confidence 

Someone is buying just because you don't doesn't mean shit

17,351.34 +38.27 (0.22%)

Nov. 26, 4:20 p.m. 
 
 
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11 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

it is a marker of the economy confidence 

Someone is buying just because you don't doesn't mean shit

17,351.34 +38.27 (0.22%)

Nov. 26, 4:20 p.m. 
 
 

Yes Fail its lifted up by other markets, a piss poor performer compared to others and overall global markets where most should be . 

FYI, A GIC makes a record high every time it gets re-evaluated.

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14 hours ago, frenchy said:

Freeland described perfectly today the absolute economic ineptitude of this government:

“The risk of providing too little support now outweighs that of providing too much.”

more money for everyone - how much will you get this time around? 

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4 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

more money for everyone - how much will you get this time around? 

none just like last time. But I will pay handsomely for it in taxes until the day I die. 

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17 minutes ago, frenchy said:

yes actually I will. 

you will pay taxes but they are not going up like you suggest

 

O'toole might raise them as their record shows this.

GST you will pay on everything

Ontario Hydro you will pay for your parents debts

:dunno: 

you will pay for covid

 

I am hoping not

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26 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

you will pay taxes but they are not going up like you suggest

 

O'toole might raise them as their record shows this.

GST you will pay on everything

Ontario Hydro you will pay for your parents debts

:dunno: 

you will pay for covid

 

I am hoping not

this is the single biggest government expenditure expansionary period in the history of our country how else is it going to be financed you dumb fuck? 

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1 minute ago, frenchy said:

this is the single biggest government expenditure expansionary period in the history of our country how else is it going to be financed you dumb fuck? 

Just like all debt worldwide, no country pays it back and neither will Canada

Basically every single year for the last 2 century our debt has gone up -

 

We;ll talk about balanced budgets again but not paying any debt back, haven't you noticed that is how it works

 

 

CPC needs a plan, telling us how bad Trudeau is isn't a plan - if we want Trudeau out we need a platform to vote for.   No everyone is a ONEWAY voter 

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2 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

Just like all debt worldwide, no country pays it back and neither will Canada

Basically every single year for the last 2 century our debt has gone up -

 

We;ll talk about balanced budgets again but not paying any debt back, haven't you noticed that is how it works

 

 

CPC needs a plan, telling us how bad Trudeau is isn't a plan - if we want Trudeau out we need a platform to vote for.   No everyone is a ONEWAY voter 

thanks for confirming you'd get 0% on a Grade 11 Economics exam. 

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9 minutes ago, frenchy said:

thanks for confirming you'd get 0% on a Grade 11 Economics exam. 

it's fact, how blind are you?

 

When are you going to learn that a person is not a country, a business is not a country 

pretty sure I passed with honours 

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14 minutes ago, frenchy said:

thanks for confirming you'd get 0% on a Grade 11 Economics exam. 

Do you think Doug will raise your taxes?  He doubled the deficit prior to covid and not out of control.  

How much do you think he will charge YOU?

 

 

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14 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

it's fact, how blind are you?

 

When are you going to learn that a person is not a country, a business is not a country 

pretty sure I passed with honours 

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Wow, what kind of drugs is JT on.

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Prime Minister Trudeau's Office has released a read out about a call taking place between the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader Erin O'Toole. The issue is that this call never occurred, and it seems that the PMO released a readout before the call is meant to take place at 5:15PM.

In the readout, the PMO stated that "the Prime Minister also raised concerns around COVID-19 misinformation being promoted by Conservative Members of Parliament, given Conservative MPs recently downplayed the deaths of Canadians in Alberta due to COVID-19 and compared COVID-19 to the flu." Once again, this is untrue as the call never took place.

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5 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Wow, what kind of drugs is JT on.

:lol:

 

 

Prime Minister Trudeau's Office has released a read out about a call taking place between the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader Erin O'Toole. The issue is that this call never occurred, and it seems that the PMO released a readout before the call is meant to take place at 5:15PM.

In the readout, the PMO stated that "the Prime Minister also raised concerns around COVID-19 misinformation being promoted by Conservative Members of Parliament, given Conservative MPs recently downplayed the deaths of Canadians in Alberta due to COVID-19 and compared COVID-19 to the flu." Once again, this is untrue as the call never took place.

looks like that new Story Teller job got filled :lol:

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Why higher taxes are on the way in Canada.

https://financialpost.com/news/economy/why-higher-taxes-may-be-on-the-way-in-canada?fbclid=IwAR0XK4Y0MUSXsF1oECm56EA-0Mv-bCVUetRxWRhlK_11N33Kyr6eZWJ3J7g

Mind-blowing Liberal spending spree a massive rip-off of future generations.

The cost of servicing the debt is as low as it has ever been. But that doesn’t mean taxpayers aren’t obliged to pay it off; just that they will never stop paying it off.

https://nationalpost.com/opinion/john-ivison-mind-blowing-liberal-spending-spree-a-massive-rip-off-of-future-generations?fbclid=IwAR0E2tlY4Ho5fTPO0x35jC6a5uwuaqEFV5JC2tqiXJFEPNyRq3dEwjLUB2Q

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1 hour ago, irv said:

Why higher taxes are on the way in Canada.

https://financialpost.com/news/economy/why-higher-taxes-may-be-on-the-way-in-canada?fbclid=IwAR0XK4Y0MUSXsF1oECm56EA-0Mv-bCVUetRxWRhlK_11N33Kyr6eZWJ3J7g

Mind-blowing Liberal spending spree a massive rip-off of future generations.

The cost of servicing the debt is as low as it has ever been. But that doesn’t mean taxpayers aren’t obliged to pay it off; just that they will never stop paying it off.

https://nationalpost.com/opinion/john-ivison-mind-blowing-liberal-spending-spree-a-massive-rip-off-of-future-generations?fbclid=IwAR0E2tlY4Ho5fTPO0x35jC6a5uwuaqEFV5JC2tqiXJFEPNyRq3dEwjLUB2Q

I am going to bet Tax Breaks for Businesses

both federal and Ontario

no increase or breaks for the masses

maybe a rich tax for the extreme

 

One thing for sure is more tax dollars will have to go to interest on debt (accumulated for over 100yrs )

 

Not sure this matter as when we got a tax break from Trudeau (biggest in 50 years) is was considered an increase according to Freedomsledder

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Protest erupts in Senate after accusations against PM in We Charity scandal

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Dec 04, 2020  •

 

Quebec Senator Leo Housakos called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a bribe taker in the We Charity scandal, prompting a chorus of “Shame! Shame!” from other senators in the chamber, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

 

 that is the protest :lol:

https://torontosun.com/news/national/protest-erupts-in-senate-after-accusations-against-pm-in-we-charity-scandal?fbclid=IwAR1vruroPUDUbluFtD2xCM__wrmyyN9-TuZrdIwggRzTF47Fw1mIB3PSRTc

 

 

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