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Liberals Too Late to Redeem Reputation
« on: June 27, 2018, 01:20:28 AM »

"With Justin, we must not forget that this is the man who has racked up an enormous federal deficit. This is the man who wants to open borders, increase mass immigration, and go "post-national". This is the man whose regime has tried to pass laws like Motion 103 (which prohibits criticism of Islam), Bill 89 (which allows the government to take children away), and Bill C-16 (which introduces mandated speech with “proper pronouns”). This is the man who non-penetrative bestiality has been made legal under by the supreme court. This is the man who wants to lower the age for sodomy. This is the man who tried to get rid of Friday sittings and remove accountability for his actions from Parliamentary dialogue, and it’s not hard to see why."

https://www.redensign.ca/2018/06/07/liberals-too-late-to-redeem-reputation/
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Re: Liberals Too Late to Redeem Reputation
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2018, 09:19:41 AM »

It is far to late,If the liberals had any sense at all,they would have thrown their own leader out,but without a ounce of common sense that surely was not the case.

All of these laws he has pushed in are detrimental to out way of living,what a commie! he is a Traitor to the nation and people of Canada. (post nation my ass) what a joke.

we will not forget the things he has done,if found guilty by divine providence,he should surely be held account to the things he has done against the people of Canada .

 
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