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    We've all been fairly focused on the UCP implosion and Ukraine for a while, but the CPC leader race is a special kind of fuckery.

    So far, it appears Charest (a liberal) is working with Brown (the slimiest politician I've seen in some time) to try and make sure Poilievre doesn't win. Seems like big-wig party insiders are quite against Poilievre.

    https://nationalpost.com/news/politi...etary-policies

    Who do you think will win? Was at the debate in Edmonton, it was about what you expect. Charest comes off like the Laurentian elite he is, which is somehow immediately as infuriating, if not more so, then Trudeau's childish patronzing and fake empathy is.

    It can't be pointed out strongly enough how Brown is a vapid, thoughtless power hungry slimeball. I worry that he may do well in the system the conservatives have in place.

    https://thepointer.com/article/2022-...ous-minorities

    Lewis and Baber are not factors, they will always be below the top 3 and therefore not impact final tallies. Atchisen has zero presence, so I doubt he matters as well.

    So Poilievre, Charest, or Brown. Poilievre is clearly who the base wants, just like Bernier was before. Brown is a slimey piece of shit who will bring about an extremely corrupt party/gov if he ever was to be Prime Minister. Charest, while in all aspects a Liberal, certainly strikes me as "prime ministrial". Still a dickhead, but I can look past that if the ends justify the means.
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    The LPC if it had any spine should make Charest their leader.

    But they have long ago descended into nonsense.
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    I don't care who they pick, as I'll be voting for my MP. The way you're supposed to.

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    The CPC has no interest in electing the leader that's good for the country, it would be foolish to think otherwise.
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    The goal of all political parties is to gain and increase power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKR View Post
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    I don't care who they pick, as I'll be voting for my MP. The way you're supposed to.

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    I pee'd on my MP, then voted for him anyways.
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    None of them can win a federal election, so it does not matter

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    Who gives a fuck.

    And PP is a dumb sack if shit that lacks even elementary understanding of Canada's financial instruments and economy.

    Anyone that would vote for him is extra braindead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redline View Post
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    None of them can win a federal election, so it does not matter
    Always enjoy the stupid liberal takes. At least you were smart enough to not say "can't get enough votes" because clearly they can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zechs View Post
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    Always enjoy the stupid liberal takes. At least you were smart enough to not say "can't get enough votes" because clearly they can.
    and the stupid conservative takes that prove you don't understand what country your in ... popular vote is meaningless in Canada. so it does not matter the all of western Canada votes CPC they cant win enough ridings in eastern Canada to win.... and with the lot of roaches that are currently running for leader none of them have what it takes to win in the east.

    So pick anyone that you like ... they will fail and after the next election we can just bring up this thread again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    The goal of all political parties is to gain and increase power.
    Given the past seven years and the folks involved in this leadership election, this is not a goal of the CPC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kertejud2 View Post
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    Given the past seven years and the folks involved in this leadership election, this is not a goal of the CPC.
    I think they are just awful at it. And that's coming from a person who usually votes conservative.

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    The country has moved to more progressive values in general.

    The cpc has chosen to bring out the Trump in the few that possess that disease.

    They can't win again.

    Don't feel bad. Today's Liberals are like yesterdays Conservatives, so you aren't missing out.

    Going forward, we are also going to start seeing coalition governments. That's a good thing, the government will actually represent more voters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yolobimmer View Post
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    The country has moved to more progressive values in general.

    The cpc has chosen to bring out the Trump in the few that possess that disease.

    They can't win again.

    Don't feel bad. Today's Liberals are like yesterdays Conservatives, so you aren't missing out.

    Going forward, we are also going to start seeing coalition governments. That's a good thing, the government will actually represent more voters.
    the only that is difference is the federal liberals really eastern biassed ... well i guess the play to the people that vote for them so not unexpected.

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    There's no bias. That's just a Trumpian talking point.

    They're preying on the selfish among us. We needed to take care of ourselves, but decided to piss away our only asset and give it away for free.

    I hope we radically move to renewables and rare minerals at high royalty rates. That will be the only way we will succeed (as a province, and not end up a have not between wars).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSC00LUDE View Post
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    The CPC has no interest in electing the leader that's good for the country, it would be foolish to think otherwise.
    Well anyone can buy a cheap membership and make a vote. The wife and I are doing our part at least.



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    None of them can win a federal election, so it does not matter
    Guess we will see. Trudeau is the least popular PM in history based on the last two elections data. Then you think about who in these specific regions where he got the few votes he did, was actually voting for him. You have pot heads that wanted weed legalized, and millennials/Gen Z'ers that want wokeness. Weed is now legal, so it's a non issue. And millennials should be pretty damn disenfranchised seeing that wokeness has left them living in mom and dads basement unable to afford a house or anything. Their choice is to vote for a repeat of such policies that got them where they are, or someone like Pierre who is actually suggesting solutions(whether you believe them or not, nobody else is even addressing the problems). So the question is whether these children in Toronto have enough sense to switch their vote this time. The ideologs that want to be forever ruled and fisted by government will never swing vote. But the moderates should be strongly leaning towards a change with the current state of affairs in their local communities.

    Harper pulled it off against much stronger leaders than Trudeau.

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    https://financialpost.com/executive/...-your-mortgage

    Sales are already down across the board, I think the lunatics running the BoC are actually fucking retards at this point and Pierre is right to want to "fire them".

    "Inflation is high due to international events outside our control"

    "Uses monetary policy for its national currency to try and make changes to something they claim is being caused from outside their capacity"

    Not that I'm against raising interest rates, it had to be done, but my lord this rollercoaster is going to fuck the poors the most.

    High inflation with no wage growth into a stalled economy with no jobs. Except in Alberta where international oil prices will keep us wealthy
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    Rempel is my MP. I could care less who run CPC.

    In term of beating Trudeau, I think Charest has a better chance than PP because of Quebec but I don't see how he can beat PP to lead CPC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtrema View Post
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    Rempel is my MP. I could care less who run CPC.

    In term of beating Trudeau, I think Charest has a better chance than PP because of Quebec but I don't see how he can beat PP to lead CPC.
    quoted for truth...

    conservatives are dumb...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtrema View Post
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    Rempel is my MP. I could care less who run CPC.

    In term of beating Trudeau, I think Charest has a better chance than PP because of Quebec but I don't see how he can beat PP to lead CPC.
    Hasn't Charest lost running for Premier in Quebec? Maybe twice? Maybe 9x? No one fuckin likes him there either. Career of losing.

    He's the Brian Zshaaw to our Brian Gene.

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