March 23, 2015

Morning Fix: Monday, March 23, 2015

Marissa SemkiwArchive

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair vows that if elected PM he will pull Canadian troops our of Iraq. PLUS:

* An update on Adam Vaughan's attendance at Toronto's #StopC51 rally: Wayne Easter has now defended his attendance at a similar rally in his riding

* Moscow continues to ramp up support to its proxy fighters in East Ukraine

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commented 2015-03-23 18:44:34 -0400
I have to give Mulcair credit for saying it with a straight face.
commented 2015-03-23 15:24:38 -0400
John Galt, if you spent less time looking at Marissa and more time listening to her you would become smart enough to pull your head out of the sand and see the world for what it is instead of what you wish it to be.
commented 2015-03-23 14:44:23 -0400
No surprise. If I ever had difficulty trying to decide the right course of action for the good of this country I would just listen to Mulcair and then do the exact opposite.
commented 2015-03-23 14:07:06 -0400
“If elected.” Will never happen Tommy.
commented 2015-03-23 13:51:56 -0400
Unfortunately Valerie even if the Liberals repeal the Magna Carta and exercise Jus Prima Nocta maritimers will still vote Liberal. My biggest hope is that the liberals eat Mulchair’s lunch in his own riding and the NDP eat Trudeau’s lunch in his own riding thereby invoking leadership review in both their parties……we can live in hope.
commented 2015-03-23 13:25:45 -0400
I know for sure that even Eastern Canadians aren’t stupid enough to make Mulcair Prime Minister. The only upside of that would be that he’d be better than Trudeau.
commented 2015-03-23 12:53:41 -0400
Marissa, you let me down. I had to wait a full minute before you gave us one of your patented double arm swipes!
commented 2015-03-23 12:14:37 -0400
I am not sure what rally Wayne Easter was referring to as it did not make local news and in all likelihood attendance probably numbered in the tens.