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For canadians-who do you want as PM??

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posted on Feb, 18 2003 @ 06:57 PM
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well this is the canadian version
so canadians who do u want as the PM???

personally i wanna see Mike Harris or Stephen Harper i'm getting sick and tired of those dam liberals who just sit on the fence!!


and i guess if your american or from somewhere else and know canadian politics who do you want to see as PM??

keep in mind they have to be a canadian citizen




posted on Feb, 19 2003 @ 12:12 AM
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Anyone but that arrogant Chretien...don't get me started...*L*



posted on Feb, 20 2003 @ 09:10 PM
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rahboni yes i don;t like chretien as PM either but who wud u like to see as PM??



posted on Feb, 20 2003 @ 09:16 PM
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I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to Canadian politics, either one of the McKenzie brothers would make a fine PM of Canada, hoser.




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posted on Feb, 20 2003 @ 11:32 PM
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Umm...if Brian Tobin stopped being one of the band wagon gang, he might not be bad. The reform party has yet to produce a believable leader. Ralph Klein was refreshing for a moment...but he has no credibility. How about Red Roy (Roy Romanow)? I don't necessarily mean party wise, but as a leader.

I suppose I'm biased, being from Western Canada and all, but any political hack from Ontario/Quebec would have to be cut, as they tend to see just themselves. Canada does exist beyond Thunder Bay, and I hope the next PM will understand that. Alberta is already stirring with seperation talk....Saskatchewan and Manitoba are waiting in the wings.



posted on Feb, 22 2003 @ 10:58 AM
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i think the alliance wud do good



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 08:48 PM
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Faute de mieux, I ended up reading half a dozen newspapers on Canadian politics over the last few days. Mostly Vancouver and BC ñsplendidly provincial.
I studied the new budget and, after my shock at how high taxation is in Canada ñeven in the least rapacious provinces ñ it was pretty obvious that the new budget means whoever gets in is in deep trouble. There is a commitment to spending that must effectively cripple the next incumbent. Itís a Liberal budget and commitment whoever wins.
Oneís immediate impression is of a country determined to beat the recession that is evidently here and oneís first impression is also that there is a can do spirit here that will be a great asset.
On an international level: both sides seem resigned to Canadaís continued collapse militarily: but maybe Canada doesnít need a huge military.
Overall, the stranglehold of the provinces strikes one as so strong that Ottawa seems largely irrelevant: hypnotism rather than scandalism.
Iíd appreciate enlightenment from a Canadian.



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 09:13 PM
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well estragon
military-yes i think so, we rely to much on the usa
taxes-yes i this cuz the money is spent on stupid things
provinces vs. ottawa- yes the provinces don;t like ottawa cuz chretien is dumb, but they 2 have always been bickering especially quebec



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