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OMG: For fucks sakes Trudeau, where's my fuckin weed!!!

I voted for a delusional feminist purely so I could smoke legal weed. WHAT THE FUCK IS GOIN ON OVER THERE?!?!

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  1. You forget that he is either supremely delusional or a pathological liar. You can't trust anything he says.

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    1. To be fair, that basically applies to the Liberal Party in general, and most of its provincial versions too.

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    2. 1 here: I completely agree. I mentioned only Trudeau because of OP's specific complaint.

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    3. Except that so far everything's been more or less 100% backed up. Reversing a prohibition takes more than a few months, and we've already seen some movement. That's more than can be said for the past 10 years.

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    4. 1 again: Let me start by saying that I hope marijuana is never legalized. I don't agree with Trudeau on any major issue. That said, he has already broken all of the campaign promises he's had time to.

      First, he was going to bring in 25 000 refugees by the end of December. Then it took until February. I'm not saying he should have rushed them in without regard for security, but I could have told you in August it would take beyond the end of the year.

      Then, he was going to keep deficits under $10 billion a year. Now it's $30 billion, and you can't blame it on the Conservatives, because they left the country with a surplus and a growing economy. But hey, $30 billion is kind of like $10 billion, right?

      He was going to pull us out of Iraq and Syria (another promise that was a terrible idea in the first place) and he did pull out our jets, but now there are even more Canadians there than there were before.

      He changed some of the tax credits/brackets and set it was going to be revenue-neutral -- instead, the government is bringing in a few billion less under the new scheme.

      So it's ridiculous to claim that "everything's been more or less 100% backed up" (as if that grammar weren't already ridiculous enough).

      Of course it is going to take more than a few months to implement something like this (not to mention breaking all the anti-drug trafficking treaties that we've signed and that prohibit the sale of marijuana), but in order to accomplish it at all, Trudeau would need an attention span longer than that of a three-year-old, which he clearly doesn't have.

      Also, selfies with large groups of drug addicts aren't nearly as endearing as selfies with large groups of refugees, so there's another important reason it won't be happening any time soon.

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    5. Now hold on, there's no way you can ignore the promises he's kept 1d. Even just the fact that his cabinet is evenly split in terms of gender invalidates your statement that he's "broken all the campaign promises". You go on to list several promises that were kept, but had to be adjusted due to factors that could not have been controlled. It's not Trudeau that caused an international oil price dip, and the refugee relocation is both a government project and huge in scope...meaning delays are more or less guaranteed (its unfortunate but this applies to everything governments do).

      Btw, "everything's been more or less 100% backed up" may not be the best phrasing, but its grammatically correct. If you're going to nitpick, you may as well do it right.

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    6. You're right, he has a gender-equal cabinet. That's a completely insignificant promise, though. The most qualified people for the job should get it. If that means thirty women, so be it. If that means thirty men, so be it. If that means fifteen of each, so be it, but it's dumb to split it equally just for the sake of saying you did.

      You should say, "factors that could not have been controlled, but could have been, and were, easily foreseen."

      Oil prices started falling precipitously in summer of 2014. That situation isn't some new development, or a surprise. Even if they would have started in summer of 2015, that wouldn't be an excuse, that was before the Liberals announced their economic "plan", if that's the right word for it.

      Of course delays were bound to happen. But then why put an arbitrary, naively optimistic deadline on it? The fact is, they were off by two months. By definition, the promise was not fulfilled.

      You're right, it is a grammatically correct sentence. "Grammar" is not the word I was looking for -- I should have said "sentence structure". That doesn't change the fact, though, that it is a sentence that means nothing.

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    7. 1f: re - gender-parity in cabinet, there are a few flaws with the merit argument.

      1) Cabinet has never, ever been merit-based. Period. Back in the day, it was expected that the cabinet would be half-english, half-french, and half-catholic, half-protestant. It's *still* expected that cabinet include ministers from every major region in the country (out of those represented in the governing party). And it's a key tool to appease MPs in the governing party who feel deserving of a reward (either because they were convinced to run with the party with the promise of a cabinet seat, or because they've been in the party for years, or because they're top fundraisers). And there's been a focus on ethnic diversity in cabinet for a long time now.

      2) Even if the above wasn't the case, there is a long history of proven biases in determining who "the best person for the job" is. Specifically, the person seen by the PMO to be the "best fit" in a world that's been heavily dominated by men in charge for... well, forever... will almost always tend to be a man. Gender parity is an artificial, imperfect fix, but having women occupy more positions of power - even as part of a quota - will eventually lead to an environment more suitable for both genders. And then the quota can go away.

      3) The above two points are practically rendered moot when you look at Trudeau's actual cabinet. There are one or two ministers I don't love, but - hell, that's one of the most qualified teams running the country in recent memory. Defence, Finance, Trade, Justice, Industry, Environment - all fantastic choices, even if you hate the Liberals. Trudeau *did* wind up picking the most qualified people for the job.

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    8. @1f: Just pointing out your blatantly false statement. The gender-parity thing is not a "insignificant promise" to most Canadians, and as 1g pointed out, it was not only done but done right.

      The timeline for the budget deficit is not as clear as you make it sound. Oil prices may have been dropping for a while, but the 10 billion figure was promised during the election and before things got really bad in Alberta. If anything, would you not be more concerned if the Liberals just kept on trucking without regard for the changing economic climate? You just know there would have been a huge uproar if the deficit remained at 10bill, with the cutbacks and underfunded programs that would have entailed.

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    9. Having a gender-equal cabinet is one way Justin can do next to nothing and get approval (from all the stupid people, to be frank). It's the little actions that are so insignificant that people who have no idea about politics take as some big leap in society. People are people, and regardless of gender, do your job right. There are bigger problems here people, that Justin is shoving under the rug.

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    10. Wow 1i, you've got a pretty high opinion of yourself. Not only is anything not important to you not important to anyone apparently, but the act of selecting a cabinet which is very well qualified while under additional constraints is next to nothing in your eyes.

      What issues btw? For a straight up genius you offer very little in the way of concrete counterpoints.

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    11. 1h/j I'm getting cancer reading your posts.

      > Yea I know Trudeau fucked everything up but gender balanced cabinet yayy!!

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    12. 1k, Trudeau hasn't been in office long enough to fuck up *anything,* tbh.

      Maybe he'll be the worst PM we've ever had in history, and in 4 years this will be a really shitty place to live. Okay, we'll vote him out of office.

      More likely he'll do what every new PM has done - spend his first 4 years balancing out some of the mistakes and myopic policies of his predecessor (because the previous PM ALWAYS has mistaken, myopic policies they carried out near the end of their time in office), and edging us a bit towards his own agenda. Then he'll get another 4-5 years, implement his agenda more broadly, but then start taking some things to far with his own misguided policies. And we'll change governments again, or he'll retire - or both.

      Swinging the pendulum from time to time helps the system, even if that means there are years where you don't share the government's guiding ideology.

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    13. 1K: Gender balanced cabinet is just an election promise which quantifiably proves 1d is just spouting superlatives. Kind of like you. The problem with getting all red in the face and ranting that "Trudeau fucked everything up" is someone can present one thing that's not fucked up and you're proven wrong. Try a more balanced approach.

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  2. You dumbass. Your dude weed and le hawt pm ;) got this idiot elected, so don't fucking complain when he sells off our gold reserves and increases our deficit by several billion dollars.

    You made your bed, now lie in it.

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    1. I don't know about the gold reserves, but the deficit is going to go up by a heck of a lot more than a few billion.

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  3. Oy vey! What are you complaining about, stupid goy? http://i.imgur.com/TI1F7RD.png

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  4. Dude, it's not as simple as just passing a law saying "it's legal now." It'll be restricted in much the same way that alcohol or tobacco are restricted - which means there's an entire regulatory framework to set up. That doesn't happen overnight.

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  5. >It's a MRA/Drumpf/Redpiller complains about Trudeau/Liberals thread

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    1. >Drumpf
      stale meme

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    2. > Normal people that don't approve of drug use and ruining the country's economy are MRA/Drumpf/Redpillers

      Moron.

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  6. People don't realize the damage Trudeau is doing to Canada's reputation. When I ask people from other countries what they think about Canada, their first answer is invariably "DUDE WEED LMAO", "A FUCKING LEAF", "If you kill your enemies they win", *Trudeau in a pink shirt*, *Trudeau at the gay parade* etc.
    We have become a fucking joke. Canada is now a meme country thanks to the weed man. And the biggest joke is that even after sacrificing our national pride and dignity, WEED IS STILL ILLEGAL.

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    1. Kek. I see conservatives are still salty about losing the election.

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    2. Seems to me like the problem is more that the people you're talking to are uneducated and homophobic.

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    3. I'm pretty sure everything you just mentioned makes Canada a cool place. Meet better people, stop caring what others think, or GTFO.

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    4. Wait 6c, why are they "homophobic"? Do you know what that word means, or you're just throwing it around for the lulz?

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    5. @6d: OPs post implied "Trudeau at the [Pride] parade" = damage to Canada's reputation. I don't think "homophobic" was great stretch, especially when they called it the "gay parade".

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    6. 6a is a perfect example of the morons who voted for Trudeau. They pay attention to politics for a week every 4 years, getting their updates on what they missed in nice small, packages from the media.

      The post you replied to is saying Trudeau is ruining our reputation, which is true, and you'd know if you were paying attention.

      We aren't "still salty about losing the election", we are pointing out what a dumbass Trudeau is by his actions since becoming PM. But you, being an average Liberal voter, can only understand politics through the lens of a popularity contest every 4 years.

      Tl;Dr: stop voting you dumbass.

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    7. Summary of 6.f:

      6a didn't say anything about politics, but I'm going to assume they don't know what they're talking about because they likely voted liberal.

      Canada's reputation is changing, and because I don't like that it's objectively a bad thing.

      Anyone who doesn't agree with me and the conservatives clearly doesn't understand politics, so they shouldn't be involved in decision making.

      Just remember: your brethren to the south are about to elect Trump.

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  7. He's going to do it just prior to the next election.

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    1. Yup, if everyone's high, they might think it's a good idea to vote for him.

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    2. ^Translation: a well-timed and popular move in line with his political agenda and campaign promises. Sounds about right, 5 years was my personal prediction for legalization (just in case you want to have an actual conversation and not just shitpost)

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  8. This guy will absolutely ruin Canada's economy. Honestly he and his father are the same socialist/communist scum that inevitably rise once a country reaches prosperity. Apparently, the amount of debt his father left wasn't enough. Well once Canada is bankrupt maybe the idiot liberals of this country will finally realize that their party is comprised solely of pathological, Marxist liars?

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    1. No, they will never change. The left is driven by women and women never give up their emotional goals in the face of logic that contradicts those goals.

      The Liberal left is what we get for allowing young people and women to vote. They are pathologically altruistic and completely incapable of making hard decisions for the betterment of the country.

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    2. Logic and emotion aren't opposites. In fact, there's a lot of evidence out there to suggest that most rational thought is actually informed and structured by our emotions. People are emotional, social beings - there's no need to demonize it.

      Altruism, for that matter, is pretty cool. I'm not convinced that the new government is doing all that well, but any government whose policies generally allow individuals to flourish freely, keeps our streets safe from violent offenders, and ensures equality of opportunity in an environment that doesn't deprive even the losers of the essentials needed for survival - that's a pretty good government in my books.

      Trudeau Sr. was decent at it (8 - the debt he left us was actually a fraction of what Mulroney would leave), Mulroney was actually pretty damn great about it (though they both sucked at national unity), Chretien was okay but his party was really corrupt by the end, and Harper had some good moments. I like a lot of Trudeau Jr's rhetoric, I don't care for his economic policies... but it's the government we elected, so I'm gonna wait and see how things shape up in the next couple of years.

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  9. You're the problem with this country you fucking retarded, worthless stoner.

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    1. ^The world must be a simple place for you. Seeing only black and white must be comforting for you.

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