June 26, 2015

Justin Trudeau's Summer Thoughts

Rebel Staff

In a recent interview with Global News, Justin Trudeau said you -- yes you -- are to blame for his party’s steady slide down the polls.

Trudeau blames cynicism among Canadians when it comes to politics and that right now “people are getting ready for the end of school, for beginning summer vacations and going off with the family.” 

This, perfectly describes every 10-year-old today, but we believe Trudeau may have just misspoken in his response to the hard-hitting question, you know, like “decibels” or anti-Alberta comments, or his admiration for China’s “basic dictatorship”, or… well, the man misspeaks a lot! 

We take a look into Trudeau’s response and believe that he was actually describing what he’s focusing on right now instead of being lambasted in the early election campaign:


Backyard BBQ

Back in the summer of 2013, The Liberal Party held a contest “Win Dinner with Justin – Donate now!” to drum up support.  Trudeau attended a BBQ with one of his supporters and has been shaking hands across Canada’s barbecue circuit ever since.  Can’t blame Justin for being too focused on ribs and a nicely marinated steak this time of year.


Summer Vacation

Mexico, Disney World, Hawaii…. maybe a cruise!  We’re not sure where Justin plans on taking the fam this summer, but we know he’d rather be thinking about sipping mai-tais rather than his party’s poll numbers.


Hanging out at the Beach

What Liberal MP wouldn’t want to work on their tan, getting roasted by the sun is better than having it done by the Conservatives.


End of School Exams

Justin’s school days are in the past, but his handlers have just begun cramming their Shiny Pony with debate lessons to help the Liberal leader not flunk out against Harper and Mulcair.


Playing Sports

Trudeau has said he’d soften how Canada deals with ISIS if elected, but get this guy on a ball field and he’ll show them no mercy.


Ice Cream

Who doesn’t love ice cream, this one we can’t blame the Liberal leader for thinking about more than the election.



Justin charms at Liberal picnics across the country, from balancing babies on his hand, to showing off his dance moves, Trudeau loves a good picnic.  For him, the summer is filled with reasons not to care about politics.

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commented 2015-07-01 14:55:44 -0400
Don’t vote for either NDP, Liberal or the Greenie Fascists! Vote for PM Harper – the only leader in the bunch!
commented 2015-06-28 18:09:00 -0400
here is a thought/question to therebel staff….how much does it cost canadian tax payers for trinity-spadina mp adam vaughn to send “householders” to toronto centre homes? is this misuse of funds? or just a liberal party star’s incompetence? it is a keeper..
commented 2015-06-28 13:02:08 -0400
The King of the Clowns will work hard this year at the Calgary Stampede to convince Albertans that he really likes us and the oil sands. Unfortunately, we’re wise to Eastern leftists appearing here in badly fitting jeans and too clean cowboy hats, flipping pancakes and pretending they like the cowboy culture, Alberta and our oil industry. This buffoon should be dropped off at the edge of town by the Mounties and told to get lost.
commented 2015-06-28 12:45:52 -0400
The headline is incorrect. Justin Trudeau is incapable of having thoughts. Please make the correction.
commented 2015-06-27 14:58:57 -0400
will comrade citizen robespierre - french, lawyer and politician.. leader of the radical ndp jacobins ever pay the $4 million ?
commented 2015-06-27 10:36:49 -0400
Thoughts? Thoughts? He has thoughts? Is this something like passing gas?
commented 2015-06-27 10:05:58 -0400
Any Canadian who wishes to know what Canada will look like with an NDP government merely has to look at what they did to the Ontario economy ( formerly the engine of confederation and now completely destroyed by the Liberals) to understand the fate of Canada.
commented 2015-06-26 14:09:07 -0400
Do not discount the recent “surge” of support for the NDP. Harper can still lose this election, and if he does, it’ll be to Mulcair. The MSM will support Mulcair in this, and he’ll draw “encouragement” from the “support” (in actuality, protest vote, as it was in Quebec) of Alberta. Mulcair and the NDP now, unfortunately, have a solid shot at unseating the Conservatives, care of PQ and Liberal corruption in Quebec, and PC corruption in Alberta. Don’t make the mistake of saying “Historically…”, because that’s no longer valid. Look at both Quebec and Alberta for proof!

Yes, continue to mention Trudeau Jr, and what a mouthpiece he really is, but focus on Mulcair and the NDP — there’s the real challenge against Harper!
commented 2015-06-26 13:45:51 -0400
Good points Vlad. However let’s not forget Duceppe and the Bloc are positioning themselves to take a chunk of the Dippers out of Quebec. This will be a very interesting election. And critical for the survival of this nation.
commented 2015-06-26 11:29:41 -0400
Prince KNight said, "What they and the Rebels REALLY should be focusing on is Muclair and his tax-and-spend policies, and trying to undermine his voter base… "

Not sure how well that would work either because NDP voters tend to be more fanatical.
commented 2015-06-26 10:57:16 -0400
@princeknight – Conservatives have a lock on about 35% of voters. Historically, liberals get the left and right, but not anymore at the fed level.

ndp gets a lock on about 20% of the vote. ndp will get liberal left voters who won’t vote Conservative.

like, martin, dion and iggy, voters will abandon troodo move to either the ndp or Conservatives. the good news is that the liberals will perform a vital vote-splitting function that will benefit Harper substantially.
commented 2015-06-26 10:46:52 -0400
Conservatives don’t really have much to worry about with Trudeau Jr.

What they and the Rebels REALLY should be focusing on is Muclair and his tax-and-spend policies, and trying to undermine his voter base…