Sunday, October 13, 2019
He also stands for personal courage:
Why did I vote Liberal? Because Justin Trudeau put on a bulletproof vest, faced a threat on his life and rallied his supporters, while Scheer bailed on a scheduled campaign stop when he saw a dozen teenagers holding protest signs and went for hotdogs instead. #cdnpoli #elxn43— Vex Murphy (@VexMurphy) October 13, 2019
We didn’t know why we were waiting but we would have waited all night to support Justin Trudeau.— 🦂🌈Joanne 🌈🦂 (@JoanneCangal) October 13, 2019
Just like the bullies couldn't intimidate me, the Con hate mongers can't intimidate Justin Trudeau...
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"Trudeau stands for poverty reduction, international democracy promotion, Indigenous partnership, climate change initiatives and economic development"
He doesn't support dentacare or meaningful pharmacare, he doesn't even stand for democracy in Canada as his broken electoral reform promise shows, his relationship with FNs invovles countless broken promises and making fun of them when they get poisoned and fighting fair compensation for FN childern, he bought a pipelines and his carbons targets are too low to actually do anything, assuming he can even achieve them, and we are on the cusp of a housing bubble that will tank our economy and he did nothing to prevent it.
Now that I'd disproven all your other points I'll point to Trudeau cowardly act of using the consquences of his own broken promise, that the Tories could possiblely win thanks to FPTP which he promised to end, as a way to try and blackmail NDP, Green, and Bloc to vote Liberal, which is the reason he broke his word in the first place.
He doesn't deserve to be Prime Minister, he is a lying, manipulative coward, who persona is as fake as his platform.
How courage and vote for change, vote NDP.
Who are the alternatives, and what are their programs? That's usually how I decide in my country. Which of course has a moronic electoral college designed to elect morons no matter what the majority of sensible people do.
Welcome back Cathie!
(I am also voting NDP, because they represent me more than the red conservatives.)
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The NDP are the alternative, they are more solid on policy and more honest.
Regardless of their virtues, the NDP will never get elected to run a national government in Canada. They have had 75 years to try and in spite of their success in various provinces at times, they cannot seem to get more than 20 per cent of the federal vote. The reasons may be structural, or ideological, or geographical, or all three.
All they achieve federally is to doom us to right-wing governments from time to time.