10.21.2020 03:17 PM

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  1. A. Voter says:

    It’s too bad the opposition members weren’t clever enough to form a coalition government with Jody WR as PM. Tell Canadians they want to have a short-lived coalition government to deal with the pandemic while the Liberals have a leadership convention. Say they will dissolve the coalition only after Trudeau is gone as leader.

  2. Phil in London says:

    I think a certain prime minister likely sent that reply to his costume maker asking why he hasn’t picked out his Hallowe’en outfit. There’s got to be a joke about being offensive to clowns in there somewhere but I can no longer afford to laugh

  3. Jeff says:

    Then why did he prorogue parliament?????
    Hey Justin your pants are on fire!!!!

  4. Lord Jean Chrétien Gretzky the Third says:

    From the year 3000 AD I have returned back in time to the comedy section of the Canadian political system. Deny everything, deny, deny, deny, Justin doesn’t deserve this kind of abuse. Leave Justin ALONE. We need politicians to admit that they don’t have all the answers and that mistakes get made. But the political media just won’t tolerate MISTAKES. We’re all responsible for Justin’s buffoonery!

    Warren, never stop believing!!!! Your the best, dude!!! Keep the posts coming!!’

  5. the real Sean says:

    O’Toole whipped his balls out and showed everyone how big they were the first chance he had. That’s what you gotta do these days in a Minority Parliament. Just ask Iggy and Dion.

    • Ronald O'Dowd says:


      Either party leaders are prepared to stand for this Liberal mess or they are not, period. The NDP and Greens are the new masters in the excuse-making department. They must all have a terrific backache what with carrying all that Liberal water. Beyond pathetic. Sure gave this Prime Minister a good laugh turning them into his complicit stooges.

      • the real Sean says:

        By forcing NDP and Libs to work together it raises the NDP’s stock, just as it did with Layton. Diminishes Lib’s stock. This is what Harper did and it is very smart.

        • Ronald O'Dowd says:


          Depends on your perspective. Sure that type of strategy was great for Harper because it largely further divided the progressive electorate. But it did then and does now nothing to get the NDP into office. All it tells people is that they have a progressive choice between Liberals and Liberal-likers who want to keep Trudeau in power rather than doing what has to be done so their party wins the election. That’s where Jack failed and where all NDP leaders past and present fail because they just don’t get it.

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