Trudeau pits Quebec against other provinces, again

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Will await the Media Party uproar over this:

Justin Trudeau had a message for Quebecers on Wednesday — that his Liberals are the only party capable of seriously offering them a place at the heart of government.

I guarantee that Trudeau statement would make it in my campaign literature if I was running for the Conservatives in BC.

And of course no Press Gallery reporter asked Trudeau’s thoughts on what a Liberal government looks like for the province of Alberta.

But this is from a guy who doesn’t even know how many MPs he leads already:

“We’re going to have to show that we can go from about 30 MPs (36) to forming a government on election night.” (see here)

Also: See earlier posts on Trudeau bashing Albertans here and here.



11 Responses to “Trudeau pits Quebec against other provinces, again”

  1. bocanut Says:

    Trudeau Junior’s massive ego needs constant attention,saying he is the only answer for Quebec’s aspirations is typical of the messianic complex he’s developed.
    This weekend’s rejuvenation circus will be interesting to see how many Liberals who don’t worship at the altar of the Shiny Pony are asked not to attend.

  2. Liz J Says:

    Wonder what Mulcair will have to come up with to top his rival to win the hearts of Quebec? We may see a legendary suck up performance from both of them.

    BTW, fine looking pair of wannabe cowboys you’ve used for this thread. I’d peg them as a pair of heehaws as in jackasses.

  3. Martin Says:

    I am not surprised Jr doesn’t know how many MP his party has, as I would not be surprised that he couldn’t tell you 36 was 20% above 30. This is the same guy who ruminated about the budget balancing itself. Much like his father, he thinks MPs are nobodies away from Parliament Hill. the real question is why LPC members, MPs and whatever Senators are called put up with this.

  4. Bubba Brown Says:

    This silly middle aged twit, the offspring of Pierre who had at best an infantile understanding of economic realities.
    So what does Justin going to do?
    Well his cartoon dosen’t really say other than to string together “buzz phrases” like “Strategic, cutting edge, incubators for innovation”.
    The only one missing is “tipping point”.
    Mr Trudeau strings his buzzwords together like popcorn for a garland.
    While the cartoonist draws the “conclusions”
    Correct me if I am wrong but do we not have the best performing economy in G7,G20?
    Not that there is not always room for improvement, adding Government debt is not an opportunity or an investment
    Unless of course a Liberal friendly company is either building windmills or moving retired Generals around their own neighborhoods.
    We have seen the unqualified down south wrecking a Nation, but hey ain’t he pretty?

  5. fhl Says:

    lots of talk about sneaky PM Harper reducing health transfer and other payments to Provinces NO FACTS
    good discussion by Tom Brodbeck at Sun News

  6. Sean M Says:

    Former camp councillor and substitute drama teacher Turdo Jr has one thing in common with his detestable commie Father and that is the warped, tribal ideology that Quebec comes first, and nothing in Canada is more important the imposing french on an English speaking nation. The Liberal strategy leading up to the next election is to pit one part of the country against another, pit one tribe against the other, an all out Culture War which will be aided and abetted by the media.

  7. Liz J Says:

    PM Harper won his majority without Quebec. Mulcair won Official Opposition thanks to Quebec so the big dual for Quebec votes will be between Trudeau and Mulcair. As they make promises and pander their asses off Harper can quietly cross the country dishing out doses of reality and fairness while the Quebec Duo fuel the divide.

  8. Liz J Says:

    The Liberals will be enjoying the latest polling as they kissy-kissy their chosen leader at their convention in Montreal. Funny the meddling pollsters have such wonderful “results” just in time for their love-in with the media.

    We better not get too complacent, there are a lot of uninformed voters who fly with polls and headlines, Canada could end up a laughing stock with Trudeau as PM , he’s the least prepared or suited to the job we’ve had ever. Choosing him would make a real mockery of the importance of the Office itself.

    • Martin Says:

      Yes to hear Jr trying to remember his lines on economic policy is truly cringeworthy. All this from someone who has trouble even counting, but to many these things are unimportant. The
      media party won’t question him too closely on economic policy.

      • Sean M Says:

        The media will do everything they can to get the lispy airhead into the PMO, no doubt about that. There’s also no doubt Justine is the front boy for some seriously dangerous radical backroom henchman and candidates. The prospect of the drama teaching China loving moron in the PMO is truly frightening.

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