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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:44 am
 


Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
He is the leader of a party elected democratically and participates in the democratic process, of a democratic government!


He is the leader of a party that makes a regular habit of proroguing the house every time the majority of democratically elected representatives do something he doesn't like.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:54 am
 


Yes, because pulling the conservatives would have done wonders for our economic recovery after a recession. Also how long would that 'majority' have stayed together? Two weeks, a month or two maybe? Then we would be back to having an election.

Harper may be an asshole but he is not a fascist.

Regardless, firing American traitors back across the border is a smart move by Harper and something that should be encouraged. If they really want to hide from their service they can go to Mexico.





PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:22 am
 


Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
Harper may be an asshole but he is not a fascist.


That's one theory.. If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck.. It's probably a duck.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:25 am
 


Curtman Curtman:
Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
Harper may be an asshole but he is not a fascist.


That's one theory.. If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck.. It's probably a duck.


Brilliant. Another astute political insight.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 7:08 am
 


Curtman Curtman:
martin14 martin14:
:roll: He committed a crime in the US.

It's 100% different.


The US is about to commit the crime of murder. Our government is required by law to stop them.



Keeping in mind that What the U.S,A. does within the parameters of their laws, within the borders of the U.S.A. is legal, tell us What law is the U.S.A. breaking??





PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:03 am
 


Yogi Yogi:
What law is the U.S.A. breaking??


The US? No, no no... The Canadian government is required by law to intervene in this case. They are not doing that. The Conservatives are ignoring the law of Canada.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:40 pm
 


Curtman Curtman:
Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
He is the leader of a party elected democratically and participates in the democratic process, of a democratic government!


He is the leader of a party that makes a regular habit of proroguing the house every time the majority of democratically elected representatives do something he doesn't like.



Yeah you forgot the part where the atempt to porogue happened right after an election when the people of Canada put the cons back in power. The majority counts at election time and its the voters who decide not Larry, Curly and Moe.

It should of been respected and it wasn't. For all the squaking they did about the economy I don't think they had Canadians interest in mind when they planned that sort chaos.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:48 pm
 


Curtman Curtman:
The US is about to commit the crime of murder. Our government is required by law to stop them.


Mr. Smith murdered two people in the US. In a state with the death penalty. Bad idea.

By the way, while your government is free to lobby against this stopping it is not an option for that same government. Harper is not PM of Montana.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:49 pm
 


Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
Regardless, firing American traitors back across the border is a smart move by Harper and something that should be encouraged. If they really want to hide from their service they can go to Mexico.


Nope. Mexico sends them back as soon as they find them. They don't allow illegal immigrants in Mexico and they don't allow refugees, either.





PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:54 pm
 


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By the way, while your government is free to lobby against this stopping it is not an option for that same government. Harper is not PM of Montana.


How many times has Canada been denied when it has lobbied on behalf of a Canadian on death row? They could stop it. A Canadian court has said they are required to stop it.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:29 pm
 


Curtman Curtman:
Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
He is the leader of a party elected democratically and participates in the democratic process, of a democratic government!


He is the leader of a party that makes a regular habit of proroguing the house every time the majority of democratically elected representatives do something he doesn't like.
He's done it twice, look up how many times previous governments have done it. Also just because the opposition parties all hate the Conservatives it doesn't make them a majority. The people have spoken, they don't want a Liberal government, or an NDP one.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:32 pm
 


Curtman Curtman:
Yogi Yogi:
What law is the U.S.A. breaking??


The US? No, no no... The Canadian government is required by law to intervene in this case. They are not doing that. The Conservatives are ignoring the law of Canada.

You claimed the U.S. is going to commit the crime of murder. He's asking you to clarify. [?]


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:45 pm
 


RUEZ RUEZ:
Curtman Curtman:
Guy_Fawkes Guy_Fawkes:
He is the leader of a party elected democratically and participates in the democratic process, of a democratic government!


He is the leader of a party that makes a regular habit of proroguing the house every time the majority of democratically elected representatives do something he doesn't like.
He's done it twice, look up how many times previous governments have done it. Also just because the opposition parties all hate the Conservatives it doesn't make them a majority. The people have spoken, they don't want a Liberal government, or an NDP one.
Nor, it appears looking at the election results, a Conservative one. Only about 38% wanted that, less now.





PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:46 pm
 


RUEZ RUEZ:
You claimed the U.S. is going to commit the crime of murder. He's asking you to clarify. [?]


Yeah, deliberately taking someone's life when they pose no threat to you.. That's murder.

"Saying it's up to the discretion of the government to decide whether someone lives or dies makes them accessories to the enforcement of capital punishment in another state, and we believe that's wrong."


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:04 pm
 


Curtman Curtman:
Yeah, deliberately taking someone's life when they pose no threat to you.. That's murder.

"Saying it's up to the discretion of the government to decide whether someone lives or dies makes them accessories to the enforcement of capital punishment in another state, and we believe that's wrong."


I'm no fan of the death penalty either due to the fact that innocent people may be wrongfully convicted and executed, it doesn't happen very often but it happens. But in a case like this from what I've read this guy is guilty.

If I travelled in Saudi Arabia with my significant other, I'd be sure to check in with laws and customs before I went there. Death Penalty in the US has been common knowledge for quite a long time now.

Travel advisory; Don't deliberately kill two people in the USA because your sentence maybe death by execution.


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