June 30, 2015

Maclean's warmed-over Mulcair scoop proves NDP have Liberals running scared

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

You can tell the NDP's rise in the popularity polls is real because the other parties are starting to attack them.

Case in point:

Maclean's is running old news from 2007 about NDP leader Tom Mulcair --that he was courted by the Conservatives before he settled on the NDP.

This "scoop" is ancient history, so why is the magazine (with the help of a Conservative turned Liberal) trumpeting this "news."


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commented 2015-07-01 09:36:32 -0400
PETER NETTERVILLE: "Yea, i have heard many people claim this, but no one substantiates that claim when asked, which makes think it is a load of —. "
You want “substantiation”? Here:
http://www.pierrelemieux.ca/pr-en.asp
http://www.betterfarming.com/online-news/goat-farm-will-use-federal-loan-expand-its-processing-activity-55033
In Glengarry-Prescott-Russell alone (our backwater federal riding) MPP Pierre Lemieux (Conservative) has shovelled out millions and millions to our local multi-millionaires. Among the donations from taxpayers were $1.1 million to MacEwen Agricentre and $4.2 million to the Skotidakis Goat Farm. If I had the time and inclination I could dig up similar stories in every other riding.
I think that this – people with no political influence lining the pockets of those who have political influence – is the real load of s___!
commented 2015-06-30 19:16:11 -0400
Prince Knight said,
Time to focus on the real threat to our country, and it’s Muclair and the NDP!!

Worth repeating
commented 2015-06-30 19:16:11 -0400
Prince Knight said,
Time to focus on the real threat to our country, and it’s Muclair and the NDP!!

Worth repeating
commented 2015-06-30 19:12:20 -0400
Jamie MacMaster said, " just like it is okay to remind everyone that the Harper Conservatives are still giving multi-millionaire business-owners millions more in the form of tax-payer funded grants."

Yea, i have heard many people claim this, but no one substantiates that claim when asked, which makes think it is a load of --.
commented 2015-06-30 18:10:10 -0400
Peter Toth — don’t count on the Bloc. Separatists are persona non grata in Quebec, as demonstrated in the last federal election (where they got turfed by the NDP) and in the last provincial election (where the PQ got decimated by the Liberals). Quebec does not want separatists. Thus, Mulcair actually stands in good stead in Quebec… and Canada is poised to fall for that very reason.
commented 2015-06-30 16:34:03 -0400
The right must unite in order to save what’s left of our economic viability and to foster growth. One look at Greece is evidence enough of how overspending by governments must be avoided. The mentality of entitlement encouraged by the socialists will bleed us dry.
A booming economy would help to eliminate the nanny state. Vote Conservative. They are not perfect, but are a better option than the NDP or Liberals for economic growth.
commented 2015-06-30 14:41:02 -0400
I don’t think anyone is running scared, yet. Concerned yes, but remember, this is summer, and no one is really all that interested in politics, yet. When the election is called this fall, the people will start taking notice, and the polls that today show all roses and honey for the NDP, will fast change into more complete picture. Remember the Bloc? They are set to retake a lot of seats back from the NDP, and Ontario is waking up from the hangover of electing Wynne. So the prospects for the CPC will be much better, once people come inside from the beach and bar-b-que fun.
commented 2015-06-30 14:04:39 -0400
The Liberals are running scared — as well they should be.

But this points out the not-so-obvious to both the MSM and the RebelMedia — Trudeau Jr is not the threat everyone’s making him out to be — Mulcair is! There is a very real chance that Mulcair will make the next PM, and he will tax and spend his way into our national oblivion and irrelevance. We have to get the word out that Mulcair is dangerous to Canada, fiscally. The MSM will trumpet Mulcair and the NDP as a viable alternative to the Conservatives, and after Quebec last election and Alberta a month ago they just might succeed.

Time to focus on the real threat to our country, and it’s Muclair and the NDP!!
commented 2015-06-30 13:25:43 -0400
Be careful when cornering an Angry Muskrat … it can be very dangerous and is known to bite!
commented 2015-06-30 13:24:43 -0400
Just because it’s old news doesn’t mean it isn’t relevant. But this Macleans resurrection of Mulcair’s conservative principles could easily backfire on the Liberals. Conservatives who heed the mean-spirited Libertarian divide-the-right campaign litany of complaints against PM Harper could consider Mulcair a Conservative in NDP clothing without the scandals baggage. And we could get an NDP government. Thanks a lot for nothing, far-right back biters!
commented 2015-06-30 12:51:08 -0400
It is an issue of principle and honesty – so I think it is entirely relevant to bring it up again and again and again. Just like it is fine to keep bringing up the story about little Justin absenting himself from Parliament so he could collect speaking fees from charities and public institutions, and just like it is okay to remind everyone that the Harper Conservatives are still giving multi-millionaire business-owners millions more in the form of tax-payer funded grants.
commented 2015-06-30 12:32:51 -0400
LMFAO!!!! troodo is scrambling again. troodo is going to get the beating of his life in October – lefties are leaving and moving to the enn-dee-pee. The center is moving to Conservatives.

And troodo, the son of a “gang bang the rolling stones” mother (instead of changing troodo’s diapers) will likely be the last leader of the fed-liberals.