July 20, 2015

Trudeau's Liberals trailing, while Justin looks like he'd "rather be a trust fund playboy" than PM

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Remember not that long ago when Justin Trudeau popularity was soaring, and he seemed certain to become the next prime minister?

If the polls can be believed, those days are over.

A Quebec based Leger poll, for instance, shows the Liberals at 18%. That's fourth place. Isn't Montrealer Justin that province's favourite son?

Meanwhile, the Conservatives are in second place. Remember, this is in Quebec!

Is it just me, or does Justin seem like he's doing all this to please other people -- his donors, his advisor -- rather than following his heart and going back to being a trust fund millionaire?

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commented 2015-07-21 20:11:52 -0400
A vote for Trudope Jr. is a vote for oppression. PET was starting to build “detainment camps” in Northern Ontario until he was found out and the project was quietly shelved. This was fairly common knowledge in Ontario in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Trudope Jr., being the the lover of “Communist Dictatorships” as he has professed to, would be no different. These detainment camp foundations still remain in certain areas, now passed off as "failed Hotel projects! Despite certain opinions to the contrary, Tommie the Commie would not be adverse to these tactics under pressure from the Communists in the NDP. Socialists love the power they can wreak upon people! It is the reason why neither the Lieberals or the Dippers be elected to a Federal Gov’t in this country come October! We are all doomed otherwise!
commented 2015-07-21 14:42:11 -0400
The greatest problem with the young whipper-snapper, JT, was that he did not learn to think before speaking. I am a staunch Conservative, and I trust the Canadian electorate will vote with their common sense. In my youth, I, too, jumped on PET’s Liberal bandwagon, but I soon learned the folly of my ways. Never once was I ever tempted to vote NDP! I am just NOT a socialist. I believe that the individual makes his/her own way in life through hard work and perseverance. I never once looked for a hand-out although, at times, growing up dirt-poor on a farm, we surely could have used one.

I believe in “live and let live”, “each to his/her/its own”. One’s choices in life are one’s own business (unless they infringe on my basic rights). I cherish the freedom to make my own choices, and will not tolerate anyone interfering with that freedom. I respect the rule of law made by Parliament in a free and democratic society. I pay taxes so that my government can protect and keep me safe from those whose intent is to harm me or my family. I do NOT want a welfare state. I am “old-school” in that I believe in government of the people, by the people, for the people. This is provided for us through our free elections and our democratically elected Parliament.

For all the real Conservatives in Canada, let us work together to ensure that we return Mr. Harper to government. Mr. Trudeau, you are JUST NOT READY to govern.
commented 2015-07-21 14:40:21 -0400
Wow, Joan came out swinging…!

I’ve read the comments here most carefully, and NOT ONCE has anybody mentioned anything she’s accused them of… wonder where she gets her “facts”?
commented 2015-07-21 01:12:03 -0400
Joan said, “using the name-calling too, including an awful lot on therebel.media.”

Exactly what you do as well.
commented 2015-07-21 01:10:19 -0400
Joan said, “Quit calling us all liars, queers, and pedophiles.”

Joan, you bitch and belly ache about people calling you names. If you want people to stop calling you name, maybe you could do the same.

I am not calling anyone a liar, nor a queer, nor a pedophile.
commented 2015-07-21 00:09:27 -0400
Belinda – I agree but you see a lot of people at therebel.media who claim to be Conservatives using the name-calling too, including an awful lot on therebel.media. Maybe it’s a leftist ploy, to plant haters who call themselves Conservatives.
commented 2015-07-21 00:05:59 -0400
Nicole – French is Trudeau’s preferred language. Still, Quebeckers are not as stupid as some Canadians think they are. They can smell a phoney.
commented 2015-07-21 00:04:32 -0400
Peter – if you want Conservatives to win, try being a little bit nice to voters. Quit calling us all liars, queers, and pedophiles.
commented 2015-07-20 23:37:38 -0400
It is good to see Justie “Shiny Pony” Trudeau going down in the polls, but we don’t want comrade angry Tommie in the PM chair either. It is best if the two fruit loops split the brain dead lemming left vote equally.
commented 2015-07-20 23:21:24 -0400
There’s a long way to go yet but the prospect of NDP or Liberal wins are scary. Once the writ drops, we will see a lot less of the ads from third party sources. A coalition even scarier and although both parties say they won’t go for it you can never really believe what they say and I wouldn’t put it beneath them. Why bring up matters that are already settled (like gay marriage, abortion, etc) – I have friends and acquaintaces of all stripes and I am quite vocal in that I disagree with their choices but I refuse to engage in behavior or comments that would label me as a bigot or …phobe. Really that is more the lefties way, when they can’t win an argument, they usually resort to name calling, etc.
commented 2015-07-20 23:11:40 -0400
I am not surprise that Trudeau junior is not popular in Quebec, his dad was not very well liked either in the end. Besides Justin in more comfortable in English than French, he does not have a Quebecer accent, maybe because is mom is Anglophone and he has spent a lot of time in BC.
commented 2015-07-20 22:48:46 -0400
Donald, what’s an “adam vaughn householder” or the “olivia chow” $30k worth of householders? We don’t get anything like these outside Toronto. What are they? and are the left wing political parties paying people to vote for them in Toronto?
commented 2015-07-20 22:42:50 -0400
Marice – “sadistic and mean-spirited” is exactly what may cost us a Conservative majority. Those Conservatives who claim to represent us all and to exclude and condemn long-time, paying members like me just because I don’t choose to hate gays or feminists have become really vocal. The msm has picked up their voices and represented them as representing us all, which by the way, they don’t. But lots of Canadians voted Conservative not to be condemned for their lifestyle, not to be condemned for their gender but precisely for the opposite, because PM Harper stands up for human rights, for Charter rights, for free speech and for democracy. But people who voted in the previous majority feel demoralized by all the hate. They won’t vote Conservative if they think all we do is condemn.

As for Trudeau, I doubt he’ll lose his seat, but he could lose his leadership if he finishes third or fourth.
commented 2015-07-20 22:38:35 -0400
Marty – in order for the Conservatives to win, you must stop telling women and gays we don’t belong, despite our memberships. The Conservative Party must be open, not closed, inclusive, not exclusive. tolerant not intolerant. We need votes. Don’t make us lose with the hatred of small-mindedness. I am using “you” in the Royal sense.
commented 2015-07-20 22:36:53 -0400
Rick – you know about politics and bedfellows, how strange they make. Well, I wouldn’t rule out a Harper-Mulcair coalition. Think on’t. Remember Mulcair applied to the Conservative Party before he took the NDP job. He ain’t no Liberal and despite our differences, NDP and Conservatives share some very core values.
commented 2015-07-20 22:34:27 -0400
Peter Babich – you know what is needed for a Harper win? Votes. Don’t attack gays and women until after October.

Invite these folks for a cook-out http://www.lgbtory.ca
commented 2015-07-20 22:13:00 -0400
Do not discount the tactics of the leftists.
They will use fraud, lies, deceit and threats to achieve their agenda. The problem is that governments, in the name of political correctness are allowing it. Elections Canada should be monitored closely by an unbiased public committee.
commented 2015-07-20 21:22:05 -0400
Peter Babich and Peter Netterville…………me too, to the point of feeling sick to my stomach sometimes. I never thought that elections could affect me in this way, but this one sure is.
I think I am naïve on the subject of a party wining an election and then two other parties joining together and taking away that win. How can that happen? Someone enlighten me please, I feel stupid.
commented 2015-07-20 20:52:58 -0400
It sure would be poetic justice Maurice.
The left vote will be nicely split , and all will be as it should be.
I have been watching the ads for both parties on the left. They are focused mainly on the public sector and unions. There are a heck of a lot of Canadians who don’t have a problem with no new taxes, and some good old fashioned fiscal responsibility. I think their ads are very narrowly focused, and ineffective.
commented 2015-07-20 20:17:38 -0400
Peter Babich said, " I’m friggin worried. "

You ain’t the only one!
commented 2015-07-20 19:47:45 -0400
This may be somewhat sadistic and mean-spirited but I’d love to see Trudeau lose his own seat. That would be perfect poetic justice.
commented 2015-07-20 19:32:02 -0400
“Is more talk about an NDP and Liberal merger again in play?” There was some talk a while ago. Trudope said no, and Tommie the Commie riding high in the polls now would likely say no as well. However, at the end of the day, Socialists LOVE power and it would not be out of character to consider something that would give them the POWER they crave!
commented 2015-07-20 19:30:51 -0400
Don’t make light of this, we need to stay vigilant. I can’t bear the thought of Mulcairs stimulus spending. I’m suffering in Alberta watching businesses shut down where jobs were abundant 3 years ago. I’m friggin worried. Push Harper
commented 2015-07-20 19:28:55 -0400
troodo is going to get the beating of his life in October – I may have said that before.

troodo is a fake, shallow pothead. they call troodo dope for a reason.
commented 2015-07-20 19:26:19 -0400
Bill Elder — no, they come from Poland! You don’t pee against those… :)
commented 2015-07-20 19:08:00 -0400
Ron Voss – I think Mulcair would form a coalition with Harper before he would with Trudeau.
commented 2015-07-20 19:06:57 -0400
Leger released its poll today but collected its data in April so the poll may, indeed, be inaccurate.

Both Ekkos and Forum, using July data, show the NDP in the lead but one shows the Conservatives gaining while the other showed their numbers unchanged.

In Atlantic Canada, the NDP has surged well ahead of the Liberals.

Scary times. I am holding back judgement until after the writ is dropped because it is then that the gloves come off.

Some say Mulcair has peaked too soon and they may be right. Canadians may find him reasonably trustworthy but traditionally we distrust his party, so all it will take for Tom to plunge in the polls is one misstep that re-ignites fear of communism in Canadians. But in that event, many will throw their support behind Trudeau, so it is too early to count him out too. Although if Trudeau begins to look like a contender, Canadians will hold their noses and vote Conservative. As they should.

A minority Conservative government would be okay, especially if followed by a majority Conservative government. All depends on who next takes the helm.
commented 2015-07-20 18:48:58 -0400
Is more talk about an NDP and Liberal merger again in play?
commented 2015-07-20 18:47:05 -0400
Or the NDP win a minority Gov’t………………….
commented 2015-07-20 18:46:55 -0400
Polls are for dogs to pee against – there, it had to be said.