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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 4:51 pm
 


kenmore kenmore:
L'élection au Québec est nécessaire, comme le gouvernement fédéral le gouvernement du Québec est dysfonctionnel. M. Charest a besoin d'un mandat clair

I read an article before he called the election that said no party wanted an election at this time.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 5:01 pm
 


Les Quebecers sont fatigués des séparatistes et de la Madame Marois de PQ. The PQ and l'Action démocratique have nothing to offer the people of Quebec.. Just empty promises and worn out words. Neither of those parties have a grip on the economic problems facing the world and Quebec.. I hope M. Charest gets a huge majority.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 5:02 pm
 


RUEZ RUEZ:
kenmore kenmore:
L'élection au Québec est nécessaire, comme le gouvernement fédéral le gouvernement du Québec est dysfonctionnel. M. Charest a besoin d'un mandat clair

I read an article before he called the election that said no party wanted an election at this time.


Hmm well if that is the case,, how is it that we are having one?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 5:32 pm
 


kenmore kenmore:
RUEZ RUEZ:
kenmore kenmore:
L'élection au Québec est nécessaire, comme le gouvernement fédéral le gouvernement du Québec est dysfonctionnel. M. Charest a besoin d'un mandat clair

I read an article before he called the election that said no party wanted an election at this time.


Hmm well if that is the case,, how is it that we are having one?
I should have wrote no party but the Liberals.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:17 pm
 


M. Charest didn't make a hypocrite of himself in calling this election. Harper made a big stink about fixed election dates, passed a law, and then totally changed his colours when he realised it would suit him.

Charest never disputed a Premier's right to call elections whenever he sees fit. In any case, he's in majority territory in the polls, which is a good thing. I know whom I'll be casting my vote for.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:26 pm
 


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Charest est un menteur. Il préfère aller en élection maintenant que dans quelques mois, alors que l'économie sera davantage vascillante et que son gouvernement deviendrait impopulaire par la même occasion.

Appeler les élections maintenant c'est néamoins risqué pour Charest, il risque de se faire devancer par Pauline.


Ta pauvre ''vache'' au PQ considere que le PLQ est quand meme pas si pire que ca. :lol:

Marois s'inspire des annonces libérales


T'es ben cave de dire que c'est une vache, un peu de respect man. Je serais capable d'admettre que Charest est un politicien intelligent même si je trouve que c'est un menteur et un opportuniste sans principes.


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MacDonaill MacDonaill:
M. Charest didn't make a hypocrite of himself in calling this election. Harper made a big stink about fixed election dates, passed a law, and then totally changed his colours when he realised it would suit him.

Charest never disputed a Premier's right to call elections whenever he sees fit. In any case, he's in majority territory in the polls, which is a good thing. I know whom I'll be casting my vote for.

This isn't about fixed election laws, this is about calling an election when it's not needed. I guess it's ok to does unless you're Harper.


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RUEZ RUEZ:
MacDonaill MacDonaill:
M. Charest didn't make a hypocrite of himself in calling this election. Harper made a big stink about fixed election dates, passed a law, and then totally changed his colours when he realised it would suit him.

Charest never disputed a Premier's right to call elections whenever he sees fit. In any case, he's in majority territory in the polls, which is a good thing. I know whom I'll be casting my vote for.

This isn't about fixed election laws, this is about calling an election when it's not needed. I guess it's ok to does unless you're Harper.


If Harper hadn't passed that ixed election dates bill, and had just called an election, it would have been par for the course after the election stunts Chretien pulled. But the fact is that Harper made a big show of, in spirit at least, removing the PM's authority to call an election at will. That makes him deserving of the double-standard because he imposed it upon himself. It's not unfair in the least to hold him to it.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 10:43 am
 


C'mon Marc,

At least take the time to read through all the articles. :lol:

There is always some bickering within the Parti Quebecois. The PLQ commands respect while the PQ is a complete joke. :)


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 1:55 pm
 


Complete joke ? Pourtant ils ont eu la confiance du peuple à plusieurs reprises et ont accompli des choses que jamais le PLQ aurait accompli : Loi 101, assurance automibile, garderies à 5$ etc. Ils sont venu bien près de réaliser le pays aussi, et cette bataille là n'est pas finie.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:07 pm
 


C'est le PLQ qui a déclenché votre sacrée Révolution tranquille. Voilà un fait que bien de souverainistes aiment dissimuler.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:32 pm
 


C'est quoi le rapport ? Le PQ n'existait même pas à cette époque, comment ça aurait pu être le PQ !

Mais je te ferai remarquer que Jacques Parizeau et René Lévesque étaient parmi les plus importants ministres de Jean Lesage pendant la révolution tranquille, voilà des faits que bien des fédéralistes aiment dissimuler.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:35 pm
 


En plus que si tu connais ton histoire, le mouvement indépendantiste est survenu après et à cause de la Révolution Tranquille. La fierté qu'a suscité la révolution tranquille a exacerbé le nationalisme québécois et a donné envie au Québec d'aller encore plus loin, d'aller chercher l'indépendance.

C'est pourquoi René Lévesque va quitter le PLQ et va fonder le PQ.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:21 pm
 


Je ne renie pas cela, pas du tout. Mais d'après les paroles de certains aujourd'hui, le PLQ serait les vilains de l'histoire, où réellement ils ont induit bien de progrès.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 5:59 pm
 


Dans le temps de Bourassa et de Jean Lesage effectivement les Libéraux avaient un peu plus d'honneur qu'aujourd'hui.


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