October 19, 2015

Justin Trudeau and that ONE unanswered pot question: "Aren't you curious how a would-be Prime Minister gets his drugs?"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

Trudeau has called for the legalization of marijuana and admits that he's smoked marijuana even after becoming an MP.

Wouldn't normal journalistic curiosity prompt even one reporter to ask him where and how he purchased it? 

Exactly how does a lawmaker go about breaking the law?

Aren't you curious about how a would-be Prime Minister gets his drugs?

Where does he smoke marijuana, and with whom?

Not even the "cool kids" at VICE.com asked Justin that.

I think I know why...




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commented 2015-10-19 20:33:30 -0400
It would be even funnier if he was attempting to visit the Supreme Islamic Dictator Obama! Before any lefty troll islamosfacist hugging zealots flame me, go look up “al Takiyya” … then practice being a suicide bomber by yourself in in an empty field.
commented 2015-10-19 20:29:21 -0400
I think it would be hilarious if the USA denied him entry for admitting to Possession and Consumption of a Schedule I Banned Narcotic Substance.
commented 2015-10-19 19:59:21 -0400
As the Liberal connected own wind turbines in Ontario, The Federal cousins have Liberal connected pot growers………………..
commented 2015-10-19 19:44:48 -0400
Well, the Socialist Media protection racket seems to be working……………!
commented 2015-10-19 18:29:05 -0400
@jimmydasilva Good to know if Bill Clinton ever runs for Prime Minister or Jimmy points get traded on the open market.
commented 2015-10-19 16:35:19 -0400
I prefer a politician that can admit that he has smoked pot as opposed to those that lie or that say that they didn’t inhale. Trudeau actually gets points for this.
commented 2015-10-19 16:30:25 -0400
It was hypocritical of Trudeau to criticize Harper for associating with the Ford brother choosing to use one man’s personal struggle with an addictive substance for his own political advantage while simultaneously flaunting that he broke the law and sending this message to potential voters. He is above the law and that the law can be disregarded when you want to. Where he got his drugs is important because unless he grew it himself he was potentially sending money to organised crime who in case you were unaware Jimmy Da Silva, don’t give a damn about the health or lives of people they sell to. This is our potential future leader and no one knows where this pied piper is leading us singing and dancing whilst his merry band of half wits follow him as confidently assures us we should trust his experience. OK but sooner or later you have to step off of that cloud and when you do we are the ones left to clean up the mess.
commented 2015-10-19 14:23:43 -0400
@ Kelly Weber – You told me nothing I already did not know yet ignored all the remainder of my signal – you must be one of those who smoke more than she thinks.

Or is Kelly a man in this case?

Does not matter – typical entitled Canadian response.

Have a good one.

As Keith would say – Allah Akbar
commented 2015-10-19 14:10:29 -0400
Who gives a fuck, Ezra?

Children have access to pot, so I really don’t think it’s a burning question for people where Trudeau got pot.

Millions upon millions of regular people smoke pot and in many cases for health reasons – stop trying to demonize a plant, which will probably be legalized in America and Canada within the next 5 to 10 years.
commented 2015-10-19 13:57:30 -0400
Yes, who cares. Plenty of people smoke pot.
commented 2015-10-19 13:44:30 -0400
Why should it matter if the Trud woos the weed. He wont be making any decisions, if he gets elected. His Muslim Puppeteers will be doing that for him.
Allah Akbar.
commented 2015-10-19 13:17:00 -0400
Kelly said, “Peter, why do you assume I am left. Fact is I don’t consider myself left or right, maybe somewhere in the middle. I don’t really feel the need to define my whole existence on being left or right.”

I have a fried that balks the left / right classification that the rest of the planet uses just like you do, but when questioned about his beliefs, he is firmly right wing. Whether people like it or not, they can be categorized right, center, left for the most part, but regardless, you did not address why you imply that anti-drug Harper would associate with (the implied) druggie, Rob Ford when he has gone through reform and is no longer using drugs. So, you do not believe that a person can reform? Can Rob Ford not be given the benefit of the doubt like so many others have been? Is it because he is fat and conservative that he does not deserve the benefit of the doubt, that second chance?
commented 2015-10-19 12:55:38 -0400
“THERE’S A LEVEL OF ADMIRATION THAT I ACTUALLY HAVE FOR CHINA, BECAUSE THEIR BASIC DICTATORSHIP IS ALLOWING THEM TO ACTUALLY TURN THEIR ECONOMY AROUND ON A DIME.”

- JUSTIN TRUDEAU, JULY 2014

CANADIANS, READ THAT QUOTE THREE TIMES AND THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE. NO DICTATORSHIP HERE!
commented 2015-10-19 12:52:16 -0400
from same supplier harper is buying from.. Rob and Doug Ford..
commented 2015-10-19 12:26:44 -0400
Peter, why do you assume I am left. Fact is I don’t consider myself left or right, maybe somewhere in the middle. I don’t really feel the need to define my whole existence on being left or right.
commented 2015-10-19 12:10:57 -0400
Bravo, what you fail to understand is that tons of people are already smoking dope. What do you think will happen if it is legalized? Do you think all of Canada will start smoking it? The people that want to smoke it are already smoking it. It’s only a matter of time before Marijauna is legalized. As more States move to legalize, Canada will eventually follow suit. What do you think would happen if Provinces were allowed to have a public vote on legalization like some of the States have done in the US?
commented 2015-10-19 12:10:31 -0400
Sharon, even though I question articles from the Associate Press prominently displayed by the left wing msm.com, if it is true, then it is all the more urgent that Harper, the educated economist, get back in office.
commented 2015-10-19 12:02:53 -0400
There’s some bad news on the horizon that might make Jr. torch up a big cracker to deal with it: http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/everydaymoney/bad-economic-news-for-whoever-wins-canadas-election/ar-AAfuasP?li=AAacUQk I was reading an article on how Harper seems pretty calm about what will happen on election day. Perhaps he has an idea on what’s coming. If it’s a Liberal minority with the NDP propping it up, things could get messy if the economy goes in the shitter and Jr. and Angry Tom have to deal with it. They’ll have a hard time justifying pulling out the credit card for all of their spending promises if they can’t even afford the minimum payment after the well has gone dry.
commented 2015-10-19 11:59:28 -0400
Kelly Weber said, “I just find it odd that anti-drug Harper would campaign with Rob but I supposed like every other politician, he will do anything for votes.”

And i find it surprising that the left is always on about giving people a second chance, but of course, not for Rob Ford. In fact, the left has no room for providing a second chance for anyone on the political right. Hypocrites. Pure hypocrites.
commented 2015-10-19 11:56:59 -0400
Terry said, “how long has Justin Trudeau been clean?
Hint: a lot longer than 18 months.
You were saying something about “double standards”?"

Making up stuff again, Terry? That’s called lying. I understand that lying is an acceptable practice for standard leftie trolls, but don’t think you have fooled any of the conservatives here.
commented 2015-10-19 11:54:18 -0400
Yannie asked, "My question is what drugs Harper was on when he decided to declare war on Canada’s one million Muslims. "

When did Harper do this?
commented 2015-10-19 11:42:44 -0400
@ Kelly Weber

Well, when the surgeon operating on your kid has been doing a couple of tokes in the back room to ensure he is ready to go and calm his nerves I am certain you will all feel a bit better for it. Or the school bus driver or the airline pilot.

Not everyone will be a responsible user. And in Canadian society no one seems to be responsible any more – everyone has an excuse.

There is now a great business opportunity in developing a “mary jane breathalizer” test for those who appear to be under the influence but cannot be measured like an alcohol breathalyzer.

And as I have been one of those who worked in the emergency and first response sectors – I have to say categorically – if your life depends upon the guy standing beside you – he better be clean.

Recreational drugs in your own home – not always – but sometimes leads to outside your home. And often leads to “other stuff”

Legalizing marijuana is not always as easy to justify as the average uninformed, stupid, entitled, protected and coddled Canadian thinks it is. And Canada is full of those types of citizens.

While in A’stan one of the guys got hooked on the local stuff – we cleaned him up ourselves and sent him home – he took a few weeks to recover from the “instruction” on why what he did was bad – he got that from his own troops and is now a civilian. Never to be missed. I have heard he will not touch any drugs though -so perhaps it was what he needed.

How do we draw the line?

All in or all out – it is the only way.

And people will be happy until something happens that directly changes their lives. When it is the other guy – no prob – when and if it hits you directly in the face you might change your mind.

Far too much room for abuse in my opinion.

If trudope smoked it he – that means he acquired it – that means he broke the law – period.

And whether you agree or not, he is an admitted criminal. And he gets yet – another free ride for that.

No one has truly taken him to task on anything as he is the golden boy. And, he truly is still a boy – inexperienced, spoiled, coddled and breathless with the potential of being a PM.

However as an elite he can do pretty much anything he wants and pretty much always get away with it.

To me that says it all.
commented 2015-10-19 11:27:54 -0400
I’m a gonna laugh my ass off when this moronic ass swipe gets elected by all the brain-dead under 30s and all the rest of the fools that actually believe what that little prick says all I’m gonna be doing is sucking on Gange down in Cozumel while you pay for it thanks Canada i earned my pension after 45 years of work and I hope that little prick gives me a raise
commented 2015-10-19 11:21:19 -0400
@yannie Znayew – what ever it was it did not give him the strength to truly crack down on them – too bad because islam=evil
commented 2015-10-19 11:17:23 -0400
Actually Mike, I have no problem with anyone smoking pot. I know tons of people that smoke it. They are normal people, with good jobs, their own homes and they get up everyday and go to work like everyone else. I just find it odd that anti-drug Harper would campaign with Rob but I supposed like every other politician, he will do anything for votes.
commented 2015-10-19 10:57:09 -0400
“The last I checked Kelly Weber is that Rob Ford has come clean and is 18 months into recovery. "
Given that the source of this information is Rob Ford, and so presumably you accept personal testimony as evidence: how long has Justin Trudeau been clean?
Hint: a lot longer than 18 months.
You were saying something about “double standards”?
commented 2015-10-19 10:55:16 -0400
Believe me, it won’t matter how light or stringent the drugs are. Any person in power will find a way to get them. My question is what drugs Harper was on when he decided to declare war on Canada’s one million Muslims. Crack or meth or both?
commented 2015-10-19 10:53:45 -0400
Terry wrote:

“From Rod Ford?”

ROTFLMAO!!!!

Poor Justin. Probably 50% of the posters here have tried the shit and he takes a beating for it.

Aren’t politics wonderful???? I’ll be so happy when this election is over. Then whoever got elected can get busy swinging the big hammer and ruining other people’s lives again. Back to business as usual.
commented 2015-10-19 10:50:26 -0400
The last I checked Kelly Weber is that Rob Ford has come clean and is 18 months into recovery. I do believe that every journalist in the country has asked Ford where he got his drugs.

Why the double standard with Trudeau? How do we know if he ever has done harder drugs.. You can mention Ford as a deflection but the bottom line is that Rob Ford is not running for PM Trudeau is. So a valid question to the PM in waiting is where he gets his pot and if he plans on smoking dope while being the PM..