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Give it up Deicer...you are beyond delusional to Nth degree !!

“ A delusion is a mistaken belief that is held with strong conviction even in the presence of superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulationdogmaillusion, or some other misleading effects of perception.”

Have you ever noticed there has never been even one other poster step up and support you in your constant conspiracy theories? Not ONE !

Trump may not necessarily be the best candidate that’s ever been elected for the POTUS, but he was legally elected and no amount of immature hissy fits by the Left  will change that! The economy in the US has never been so good. Unemployment  is close to, if not at , a record low. SJW’s are in a constant state of uproar. A lot of other countries led by traditional politicians can’t stand him...that’s a sign of success, not failure!

For the “average” American he is the best thing since sliced bread. TFB if the elite hate him!

I just wish we had someone that good in Canada! 

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31 minutes ago, Jaydee said:

Give it up Deicer...you are delusional to Nth degree !!

 

 

This is what happens when frustration overwhelms you when you cannot get the agenda you want due to it's extreme nature.

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40 minutes ago, deicer said:

This is what happens when frustration overwhelms you when you cannot get the agenda you want due to it's extreme nature.

UM....DUHHHHHHHHHH !!!

You obviously need a larger mirror in your bathroom!

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I have been accused in another thread of being a 'bot', however, when information that can be backed up with references is posted, it leads to a flurry of meme's and name calling with no factual rebuttal put forth.

If that isn't extreme behaviour, then what is?

The world is changing, we can't return to what it was.  Time to help it move forward in an inclusive manner.  

You can be part of the change, or just keep fueling up the tiki torches.

 

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1 hour ago, deicer said:

 

The world is changing, we can't return to what it was.  Time to help it move forward in an inclusive manner.  

You can be part of the change, or just keep fueling up the tiki torches.

 

Not sure which universe you presently reside in but.....Yes...the world is indeed changing....changing back to a reality based political system. The US has spoken, England has spoken. Liberals in both France and Germany hanging on by a thread...etc etc etc ad nauseum....

Real Canadians have seen your “inclusiveness” and want no part of it. The once Liberal bastion of Ontario spoke out loud and clear about what they think of your “inclusive” agenda. Alberta will speak out loud and clear in the spring. Manitoba and Saskatchewan will follow suit.The socialist bastion of  BC will go NDP...YESSSSS ! Votes taken away from Trudeau. Quebec liberal support is wavering. NB and Nova Scotia are waking up. NFLD is all yours...keep those support payments going.

 

Lest we never forget .....

 

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What you and the polls fail to realize (acknowledge ? )  is this group...the silent 33 % .... the group that propelled Ford to a massive victory . They are FED UP with your PC, divisive, virtue signaling socialist BS !!

 

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The result of the last election in Ontario is because people got fed up with Wynne.  I get that.  The liberals got in because of what Mike Harris did.  The difference that will be going forward is how long will Ford last?

He still is without a plan, and the bills for his cancellations have yet to come in.  

https://business.financialpost.com/pmn/business-pmn/ontarios-fiscal-watchdog-to-probe-the-cancellation-of-cap-and-trade

https://business.financialpost.com/pmn/business-pmn/ontario-government-cancels-758-renewable-energy-contracts-says-it-will-save-millions

That and the flip flopping on social issues, we have a situation much like the U.S. occurring now.  The difference being, the Ontario conservative party has now put a lid on Ford and is keeping him quiet. 

One must remember, more people voted against the conservatives in the last Ontario election than voted for them.

https://www.elections.on.ca/en/election-results/provincial-results.html

Once those who didn't vote for Ford reunite after what Ford does, the conservatives will go back to the hinterlands for another 15 years.

Much the same on the federal level as well.  Trudeau got in with a landslide from the reaction to what Harper did.  So what has the right done?  

Started a smear campaign of name calling, and after the split of the right was turned around by the reunification of the PC party and Reform, it will now be split again by Maxine wanting to tap into the hard right vote.

The trick to being successful moving forward, in my opinion, is to do what it takes to make people reunite as Canadians once again.

This is not happening due to the fractious nature of tribalism, and the oh so easy use of the internet to spread false information.  We see it again and again.

We have to move forward and forge a new future, not keep embracing the failed ways of the past.

Pie in the sky thinking?  Maybe.

Or maybe we should look to the past and emulate those politicians who had vision and the ability to unite the populace into moving forward.

Success can be repeated, rather than building walls.

 

 

 

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What a nasty guy eh.

I still feel the same Deicer; I hope the sky falls on the likes of Moore, Deniro & Madonna.

Like you, their never ending antics are intended to bring democracy down and it needs to stop soon, or full blown civil war will result.

You are indeed a dangerous creature Deicer.

  

 

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6 hours ago, deicer said:

One must remember, more people voted against the conservatives in the last Ontario election than voted for them.

Can one also remember that no Ontario premier in the past 80 years has been elected with more people voting for him/her than voted against them or that Wynne was elected with a lower portion of the popular vote than Ford was?

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Current thinking....

I am going to do a tune up on your car.  I am going to do everything but when I get to adding the oil I am going to stop and give you the car back and still charge you for the entire service.  including the oil.  From that point you are on  your own.

This is what the new government did to the Prince Edward County wind farm.  cancelled 3 week before coming online for testing.  Now we pay a penalty for the cancellation AND have everything in place anyway but not functioning.  All cancelled for no other reason than it was a liberal contract.

How is this any different from the liberal government except blue instead of red.

 

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On behalf of the more than 241,000 law enforcement officers represented by our Association across the country, I write to you to condemn in the strongest possible terms your selection of Colin Kaepernick for Nike’s “Just Do It” ad campaign. Mr. Kaepernick is known, not as a successful athlete, but as a shallow dilettante seeking to gain notoriety by disrespecting the flag for which so many Americans have fought and died.

 

Read the rest of the letter below.....

 

http://www.napo.org/files/4815/3608/8570/NAPO_Ltr_NIKE_Re_Kaepernick_Campaign_003.pdf

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Yet another person who just doesn't get it.  Ignore the issue and call it disrespecting the flag.  Brilliant.

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" Ignore the issue and call it disrespecting the flag."

What issue???

 

"All cancelled for no other reason than it was a liberal contract."

Never mind the money the taxpayer will save over the next twenty years because they won't have to pay the US to take away the electricity these windmills would have produced.

And then there's all the flying animals that'll survive because this group of ugly monstrosities are removed from the equation. 

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So you are all good with me having a contract with you to build a house for $1million.  I build the house. And the week before you take posession you cancel the contract even though all I have to do is close the Circuit breaker for the electricity.

So you cancel the contract and due to that cancellation I am granted $1.5 million  in reparations from the loss of the contract.  You dont have a house but you have an infrastructure in place that due to the breach of contract, you can never access.  All the while the money you lost comes out of your kids pockets.

Glad you don't do my financial planning.

 

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On another note.  Windmills kill less that 0.01% of birds compared to cats.

 

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Cats are feral should be removed from the natural environment too.

The house is a poor analogy Boestar as I'll still own something useful and of value after I pay the charges, but I do appreciate your contention.

Regardless, spending 1.5M  to avoid 20 years of costly liabilities is a small price pay and sound policy compared to the liberal genius that set us on this path.

 

 

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You didn't read it right.  you don't get to keep the house.  you pay 2.5 million for NOTHING.

 

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Cause of Bird Death                                                          All Birds                       Contribution to total Human Related Bird Deaths

1 Cats (feral) 79,600,000 1 in 2.3
2 Cats (domestic) 54,880,000 1 in 3.4
3 Power line collisions 16,810,000 1 in 11.1
4 Buildings (houses) 16,390,000 1 in 11.4
5 Road vehicle collisions 9,814,000 1 in 19
6 Harvest (game birds) 2,817,000 1 in 66.2
7 Buildings (low, mid & high rise) 1,317,130 1 in 141.5
8 Commercial forestry 887,835 1 in 210
9 Power electrocutions 184,300 1 in 1,011.6
10 Agriculture (haying & mowing) 135,400 1 in 1,376.9
11 Communication tower collisions 101,500 1 in 1,836.7
12 Wind energy collisions 13,060 1 in 14,275
13 All other 3,479,328 1 in 53.6
14 Total 186,429,553 100
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I simply don’t understand how reasonable people can support the perspectives that have lead to things like  the situation in Toronto and then ascribe the mess to unrelated cause factors. I can only surmise it’s a lack of real world experience at the individual level. According to the Ontario NDP, if you wear a vest on police ride alongs it’s because you are a racist. Who even thinks this up, it’s a foreign thought process… like paying attention to the safety briefing causes crashes.

When I talk to people about things like the Paris Accord, green energy, gang violence and guns, immigration vs integration, it becomes clear that there is a complete disconnect in perspective…. NO, light bulbs are not enough.

It is the same disconnect that has lead American foreign policy to failure in places like Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Libya etc… people think everyone else has the same values, aspirations, cultural norms etc that they do and refuse to listen to those who actually have spent time there. They think multiculturalism is about ethnic food on sunny days and simply CAN’T understand the plight of a single mother from Somalia trying to control her teenage sons and keep them out of gangs. THEY CAN’T EVEN FIND SOMALIA ON A MAP. If you’ve ever tried to convince a teenage girl not to quit high school and move in with her 30 year old boyfriend you know exactly what I mean.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-bring-back-tavis-and-carding

Now, just for fun, try and find a breakdown of gang ethnicity and turf location vs shooting stats in Toronto. Good Lord, surely the damn birds are harder to track.

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