03.26.2016 11:41 AM

Why you’ll never see a selfie of me with Trudeau, or anyone else for that matter

Robyn Doolittle’s bit on Rob Ford made me remember this.

8 Comments

  1. Neil says:

    Not to be a dick, but I seem to recall a few photos of you with JC and the mayor of New York….am I right.

  2. MississaugaPeter says:

    Chrétien is an exception.

    I think Hillary will break your heart.

  3. Al in Cranbrook says:

    Biggest mystery of this primary?

    Why in hell is Sanders doing as well as his is??? For God’s sake, he’s a 72 year old…but looks like 82…curmudgeon, not to mention a self heralded socialist bordering on Marxist, campaigning in, of all places on Earth, America! Like WTF???

    God, but politics is getting to be depressing shite these days!

    I’m beginning to think we’re pretty much doomed by our own hands.

    *sigh*

    • Bill Templeman says:

      Why is Sander’s doing so well? Maybe, just maybe, it’s because a lot of people like his policies? Maybe, just maybe, his ideas make a lot of sense to a lot of people? Just sayin’…

  4. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Warren,

    Clinton was clearly every Democrat’s second choice eight, long years ago. The United States is a dysfunctional, unhealthy place today. It’s us versus them in America and the high priest of derision and division has unruly red hair. God help them. They are on the wrong path — with Reagan spinning in his grave…

  5. Maps Onburt says:

    They dearly need campaign reform down there. It takes hundreds of millions of dollars to survive a race this long and gruelling and it’s the same for congressmen and senators. Their donors basically have strings attached to their voting hands and that’s just so wrong. Chrétien and Harper did a great thing for Canada by restricting corporate, union and large personal donations. Getting rid of the government funding was also a great idea and they should eliminate the 75% tax breaks next. The last campaign cost each party over 25M dollars. That’s nuts. Cut off the funding sources (and eliminate third party advertising during elections altogether – for by elections too) and we’ll really start seeing representative government. That Ontario still hasn’t done this just goes to show how corrupt they are.

  6. Mulletaur says:

    Oh, so *that’s* what that bitter taste is. Thought it was just a hangover.

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