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Old Apr 23rd, 2013, 04:51 PM   #21
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timing may well have been a factor, certainly the government suddenly rushing to ram through their anti terrorism bill in a desperate effort to look like leaders comes to mind...
OMG! sound the alarms we PARTIALLY agree on something.. LOL
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Old Apr 23rd, 2013, 04:53 PM   #22
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if you dont believe in timing then you live in a cave.
its all about timing.. watching is one thing but outside influences and circumstances is another..
oh ya, i totally agree the timing is fishy...... on the announcement - but you implied something entirely different, that the tip that led to the investigation was somehow influenced by the Boston bombing when it predated it by almost a year.

and on top of that you're trying to spin the timing to imply there was imminent danger, when if anything it was the exact opposite.
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Old Apr 23rd, 2013, 05:03 PM   #23
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oh ya, i totally agree the timing is fishy...... on the announcement - but you implied something entirely different, that the tip that led to the investigation was somehow influenced by the Boston bombing when it predated it by almost a year.

and on top of that you're trying to spin the timing to imply there was imminent danger, when if anything it was the exact opposite.
That's what I got as well.

I think any Boston link there was would only be our government wanting to capitalize on looking good in the face of the wall of Trudeau

Given the pants peeing I witnessed in the poli thread about JT, I'd say it may not be far off.

When a conservative party feels it needs to look good, one sure fire way is the fear of terror. People will fall for it every time.



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When a conservative party feels it needs to look good, one sure fire way is the fear of terror. People will fall for it every time.
i am in and convinced.. the open door policy of Trudeau Sr. was scary.. hoping Jr. doesnt repeat it..
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Old Apr 23rd, 2013, 08:06 PM   #26
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i am in and convinced.. the open door policy of Trudeau Sr. was scary.. hoping Jr. doesnt repeat it..
seriously?

You do know Trudeau sr. was about 30 years ago right.



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PET is detested in the west like he foisted the NEP on us yesterday and his spawn is persona non grata in most of the west with anyone over about 40. We will never forget the damage he did to this country.
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PET is detested in the west like he foisted the NEP on us yesterday and his spawn is persona non grata in most of the west with anyone over about 40. We will never forget the damage he did to this country.
Brian Mulroney is very much hated universally for his 8 years of his brand of pork, destruction and damage to this country.

So how long do you suppose Stephen Harper will be detested for the damage he has done or will do before the end of his term?
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So how long do you suppose Stephen Harper will be detested for the damage he has done or will do before the end of his term?
Not for a minute by me, that's for sure.
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Not for a minute by me, that's for sure.
Absolutely. Mulroney was a disappointment for veering to far to the left--however, I was only a little kid when Trudeau was in office, and yet his leering, destructive presence is not forgotten.
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