Conservative leadership candidate say he'd repeal many of Trudeau's policies
Video link: http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/863414851529/
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I have no faith in O'Leary, but I'm not going to fault him for having concerns about corporate welfare to Bombardier or any other major corporation in Canada. Bombardier has gotten a lot of government money over the years and it seems like the controlling family are the only ones that are never loosing money on the deal.tk1000 wrote: ↑Feb 24th, 2017 8:16 pmRunning a government is a lot harder than you think, O'Leary
Mr. Wonderful’s business acumen doesn’t save him from being dead wrong — a lot
https://ipolitics.ca/2017/02/24/running ... nk-oleary/
Feb 24th, 2017 8:56 pm
What are his concerns on the multi-billion-dollar green electric power fiascos across the country?Evil Baby wrote: ↑Feb 24th, 2017 8:50 pmI have no faith in O'Leary, but I'm not going to fault him for having concerns about corporate welfare to Bombardier or any other major corporation in Canada. Bombardier has gotten a lot of government money over the years and it seems like the controlling family are the only ones that are never loosing money on the deal.
Feb 24th, 2017 9:32 pm
Honestly, I have no idea what his concerns are about that topic, I don't really follow O'Leary as the chances of me voting for a party he is in charge of are extremely low. That being said, considering he's a Conservative candidate and imo pro-business in anyway he can be, I'd suspect he's no fan of throwing money at making Canada's energy more green.tk1000 wrote: ↑Feb 24th, 2017 8:56 pmWhat are his concerns on the multi-billion-dollar green electric power fiascos across the country?
Canada’s green electricity bailouts make the Bombardier giveaway look like peanuts
http://business.financialpost.com/fp-co ... ke-peanuts
"Ottawa would be better off sticking with bailing out Bombardier for a few hundred million bucks rather than getting itself even more tangled in provincial electricity boondoggles where bailouts costs would run to the tens of billions."
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I suppose there's technically nothing precluding it, just that voters wouldn't go for it. Amor de Cosmos was simultaneously premier of BC, MLA for Victoria, and federal MP for Victoria.
Mar 7th, 2017 9:01 am
I don't want her gone. I want her punished as an example to all the aspiring tyrants and traitors in the future. I want the entire party to pay back everything they stole. I want every one of them destitute and their families bankrupted for generations to come, never ever having any hope of living down the shame of what their forebears inflicted on us.
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