I love Canada, I love the expansive diversity of the people within it, because for the most part we are all top drawer, fly, awesome, all that, and a bag of chips. But you know what makes me hang my head in shame? It’s our leader. It’s our Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. I end up with a permanent sauerkraut face every time I hear him speak. Can somebody get this guy some acting lessons?
I spent a couple of hours on the Internet watching footage during question period in the House of Commons. I couldn’t help but notice Mr. Trudeau rarely answers a question from the opposition. He just reiterates that they lowered taxes for the middle class, and raised taxes for the wealthiest 1%, and increased the child tax benefit. Yes, to his credit he did do those things, but he also implemented an increase in the CPP and the EI. The whole thing made me nauseous. I ended up taking the dog outside for some fresh air. We both ate grass in the ditch to make our tummy’s feel better.
Mr Trudeau’s first budget for 2016/2017 was supposed to bring us into a 10 billion dollar deficit. It ballooned into a 17.8 billion dollar deficit. In 2017/2018 the deficit is supposed to be 19 billion. In 2018/2019 the government ran a 14 billion dollar deficit. With all this debt, the red ink is running out and the pen with the black ink has been sucked into the black hole of liberal spending— And for what?
We all know Justin believes in peace and love. Me too, that’s why I’m not in politics. But did he really need to give $20 million dollars to the Clinton Foundation when we have hungry and homeless people at home? Is he trying to buy his way into fame with the tax payers money? I just want to say, “Let me give you a heads up Junior, you can’t buy love or respect. You can buy sex though— and selfies are free. Not saying you ever bought sex but the whole country knows about your selfie addiction.”
I would like to believe Justin Trudeau will evolve into a great leader. I want to believe in miracles but I think I have to face the facts. Here are some Justin Trudeau fact quotes,
Justin— “I can do anything I want, and there is nothing I want more, than to be a teacher, and maybe create more people like me, who recognise the importance of taking responsibility for the world.” (The Globe and Mail, February 3, 2001) So now you understand where the Canadian taxpayers money is going. He is building a secret laboratory and cloning his DNA to make more people just like him.
Justin—“One of the big difficulties for me, has been all my life, I’ve been an international traveler. I’ve spent years travelling around the world, seeing all sorts of different countries.” (Salam Toronto, March 27, 2014) It’s a hardship indeed. Was that an arrogant statement? Or a smug statement? Maybe his next quote will clarify.
Trudeau was asked, “Do you regret making the comment about China? That it was the country you most admire?” Apparently he admires China a great deal, after all he gave them the LNG project worth billions instead of using Canadian companies and Canadian steel.
“Maybe we shouldn’t be so smug about Canada,” replied Trudeau. (Xtra, November 20, 2013)
Holy horse pucky, damn rights I’m smug about Canada. Would you like to live in China Mr. Trudeau? http://thediplomat.com/2017/03/chinas-human-rights-crackdown-a-global-problem/
Justin “But 15 million dollars a year, which is not a whole lot of money in the grand scheme of things.” (Sun News, March 30, 2012) Pffff, it’s just a drop in the bucket, Justin. Which leads directly into the next quote— Justin said, “The budget will balance itself.” (CPAC, February 11, 2014)
Justin— “Canada isn’t doing well right now because it’s Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda. It doesn’t work.” (Tele-Quebec, November 24, 2010.) Hey! Funny how Justin remembered the Albertans when it comes to the blame game, and redistributing Alberta’s wealth. I guess he just leaves us out of the celebrations.
Justin— “I am very much in favour of the west-east pipeline.” (Your McMurray Magazine, May 29, 2014)
Justin— “The East Energy Oil pipeline is not socially acceptable.” (Le Soleil, December 13, 2014) Excuse me Mr. Prime Minister— Omega 3 might help with your memory troubles.
Justin— “The thinking that got us into this place no longer holds. We have to rethink elements as basic as space and time.” (Sun News, September 11, 2014)
Beam me up Scotty. Preferably to a space and time without Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister.