Do people protest too much?
Are you telling me that, if the results had been reversed, you wouldn't be here complaining about everything you disagreed with?
Don't be naieve.
Neil McClung, 2012-05-25 20:24:53
Prag, you apparently got a "roadie" in RMB. If you need, I will pass you a bucket to throw up in.
No one cares what you have to say FUOM.....
Mrs-Brigand, 2012-05-19 21:15:46
The Crusher, 2012-05-22 12:39:08
That's just another way of saying the present government is "fascist" - something you've denied saying in other threads.
Give it a bloody rest. So you're unhappy with the current government, and you have to face at least another 3 to 4 years before you can be part of those voting for as change.
But many of us had to put up with the Turdeau and Chretien years and, yes, we bitched - but we finally got a government closer to our ideals.
That's what democracy is all about. The fact we are Right Wing doesn't make our views the right approach any more than your views are the right approach.
But we get a chance every election to change things. What's your solution?
Pragmatic, 2012-05-05 16:37:23
Who's going to take a bunch of dope smoking, bongo playing, unemployed, dirty, smelly, freaks, seriously?
What are they protesting again?
Shawn, 2012-05-04 08:12:39
But if they excercise their democratic right to protest, especially about something you disagree with, then off with their heads.
99.9% of protests wouldn't turn violent if the protesters felt they we being listened to. But that distinction only goes to the lobbyists from the corporate sector. They have the loudest platforms - dollar bills.
Can't wait until you're told you can't vote because it's for "the good of the country, order and the public peace". That should make for some interesting meetings downtown.
Neil McClung, 2012-05-03 22:30:47
More fascist behavior.
Seriously, then the tards re-elected the clown.
uplink, 2012-05-01 10:03:23