December 24, 2015

Lawton Online: Why Trudeau’s on Lisa Raitt’s naughty list, toy guns at Christmas PLUS John Carpay and Gerry Nicholls on politics and culture

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator
 

In this Lawton Online, I talk to Lisa Raitt about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's mounting broken promises, chat with Gerry Nicholls about the future of conservatism in Canada and break down the year's religious liberty battles with John Carpay of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.

I also try to understand a bizarre column by a Canadian journalist upset that her son wants toy guns for Christmas.

 

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commented 2015-12-25 21:55:15 -0500
As much as I dislike Trudeau and I am a fan of Andrew, I don’t think that Lisa Raitt has any right to be pointing fingers at anyone.
She is/was without a doubt one of the worst sitting ministers of all time. While she was in office as minister of transport, she not only signed Canada Post plans without even reading them but she allowed Canada Post free rein to run amok with price increases that have crippled many Canadian small businesses. She was unreachable as a minister, unresponsive to any correspondence and her people would even go so far as to tell people that if they were not constituents in her riding that she would not speak with them.
She is completely useless and as lifelong conservative I am shamed by politicians like her running under the conservative banner.
commented 2015-12-25 20:04:51 -0500
Regarding the last Fed. Election, Lawton has to be the worst Monday Morning Quaterback ever, even though he knew what happened. He said the NIQAB Issue failed for Harper ! The polls at the time showed over 90% of Quebecers thought it was important, while an average of 72% of the remaining Canadians also thought it to be important. Lawton also forgot that it was the issue that killed MulCair and the NDP, giving the Liberal Airheads many Quebec seats. Lawton also seemed to endorse Jasen Kenny as the new leader. Good luck with that.!
commented 2015-12-24 20:00:53 -0500
Good observation about the diversity of the conservative party.