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Seeing that picture of that tiny boy drowned upon the beach is upsetting. Hearing the Prime Minister use it as a reason to increase war efforts? Disgusting!

Is there no one in this world without an agenda? Must everything someone does have an ulterior motive?

We're all human beings. Maybe some are kinder, more considerate, and more empathic than others, but we're still human.

It's things like this that make me worry for the future of the planet. How can we have voted in a leader so devoid of humanity?

Canada has been long known as the country that helps out. We provide aid. We help the bullied fight back. Under his rule, our entire reputation is crumbling along with our oil-based economy.

If we're going to make a significant change to our constitution, it should be to allow impeachment.

Thankfully, I'm not a public service employee.

Thoroughly disgusted,
R~

Comments

  1. Well said. At least we can vote! I'm disgusted too. I've been angry and disgusted for 4 years since this crisis started and everyone just stood around and watched. I can only hope we finally get rid of him and his poor excuses for ministers.

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  2. I think we should have had an election when he was found "in contempt of parliament". No sitting minister, let alone the Prime Minister should be allowed to stay in his seat after that.

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  3. I'm ashamed to admit that when he first ran, I voted for him. His economics sounded correct and his interest in defense kept my then husband in work as well as many of my friends and their spouses. I regret it now. I didn't vote for him in the last election though and I definitely won't in this one.

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  4. They should be forced to respect the constitution, not try to change it unless there is an outcry from the public about something that makes sense like gay marriage rights. There should also be a level of reasonable lies and once they pass that, they lose the privilege of being our leader.

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  5. Don't be ashamed. First of all, you voted. Second of all you were making what you thought was a responsible choice at the time. Now you know better and hopefully we can make a change. :)

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  6. I hope so! The Cons sure are doing a lot of idiotic things lately... I mean more than usual. Peeing in a mug? Pictures with boy scouts? The oil-based economy? Duffy? All a bunch of stupidity and morally wrong things.

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