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60 Days Left For Boy Wonder And His Friends

Added: Thursday, August 22nd 2019 at 10:36am by wesleyonrot

Reduce the Shitberal party to 2 seats like 1993, just keep Kirsty Duncan and Kamal Khera.

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They need to clean up the party for a while, while Andrew/Bernier clean up the country, then Chrystia Plutocrat can free my land.

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Candice Bergen Retweeted Brock W. Harrison  🇨🇦

. how did you vote on gay marriage in 2005? And while we are going back in history, where was Trudeau during that time? Oh ya- He was groping women and saying they experience it differently. Where’s that apology? You’re hooped in everyway on this one Ralph.

Candice Bergen added,

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Mr. Scheer has been an MP for 5,533 days, but hasn't found a single day to celebrate Pride, and thus defend EVERY Canadian's human rights. Where better to begin than this weekend at his very own hometown Pride in Ottawa?

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Singh says NDP wouldn't prop up Scheer minority government due to 'disgusting' gay marriage speech Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn NDP leader says he can't trust Andrew Scheer 'to champion the fundamental rights of Canadians' Éric Grenier · CBC News · Posted: Aug 22, 2019 5:35 PM ET | Last Updated: 3 hours ago NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, left, says 2005 speech by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, right, on same-sex marriage shows why his party would not prop up a Conservative minority government after October's federal election. (The Canadian Press) 3095 comments

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today his party would not support a Conservative government led by Andrew Scheer in a minority Parliament scenario after October's federal election.

The statement by Singh on Thursday came after the Liberals circulated a video of the Conservative leader speaking out against same-sex marriage during a debate in the House of Commons nearly 15 years ago.

"The resurfacing of Andrew Scheer's disgusting prejudice against LGBTQI2S+ people and families is very painful for many Canadians," Singh said in his statement.

"This is exactly why, if Canadians deliver a minority government in October, I will not prop up Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives. We can't trust Mr. Scheer or his caucus to champion the fundamental rights of Canadians."

On Thursday, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale tweeted a video of a 2005 speech by Scheer in which he opposed the Civil Marriage Act, which legalized same-sex marriage in Canada later that year. The Liberals are pressing Scheer to attend the upcoming Ottawa Pride parade.

The Pride parade in the national capital takes place Sunday, just a week after Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson came out as openly gay after decades in public life.

A Conservative minority government needing the support of the NDP to survive in a minority Parliament is not an unlikely scenario.

The polls suggest both the Liberals and Conservatives likely would fall short of a majority if an election were held today and would need the support of another party to govern. In the current context, the NDP is the only party likely to win enough seats to hold the balance of power.

What Scheer said in 2005

"There is nothing more important to society than the raising of children, for its very survival requires it," Scheer said in his 2005 speech to the Commons, delivered about a year after he was elected as the Conservative MP for the Saskatchewan riding of Regina-Qu'Appelle for the first time.

"Homosexual unions are by nature contradictory to this," he continued.

"There is no complementarity of the sexes. Two members of the same sex may use their God-given free will to engage in acts, to co-habit and to own property together. They may commit themselves to monogamy. They may pledge to remain in a loving relationship for life.

"In that sense they have many of the collateral features of marriage, but they do not have its inherent feature, as they cannot commit to the natural procreation of children. They cannot therefore be married."

Most Conservative MPs voted against the gay marriage bill. So did a number of Liberal MPs — as the Conservatives pointed out today in their reply to the Liberals' attack.

Goodale himself voted in favour of legalizing same-sex marriage in 2005, but voted against a private member's motion calling for the recognition of same-sex spouses in 1995.

In 1999, Goodale voted in favour of a motion embracing the definition of marriage as a bond between one man and one woman, and saying that Parliament should do what it can to protect it.

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The Conservatives, meanwhile, accused the Liberals of trying to distract Canadians from the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

"Andrew Scheer unequivocally supports equal LGBTQ rights, including same-sex marriage as defined in law," the Conservative Party said in a statement. "He has advocated in the House for marginalized LGBTQ communities around the world."

Scheer has softened his stance on same-sex marriage since the debates over the Civil Marriage Act.

He supported a move to erase the traditional definition of marriage from the Conservative Party of Canada's policy book at its 2016 convention, arguing Canadians already had their say in two elections where same-sex marriage was a major issue, and that it had been legal for more than a decade.

But the Conservative leader has declined to march in Pride parades.

With files from Canadian Press

I have always said I support lesbian marriage but not gay marriage so I am both for and agianst same sex marriage. If a penis wants to love a penis, love it but don't marry it. If a vagina wants to love a vagina, marry it. 

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Kirsty Duncan Retweeted Ralph Goodale

The LGBTQ2 community is an integral part of Canadian society, and I am a strong supporter of same-sex marriage.

Kirsty Duncan added,

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Kirsty if you were my wife and my Prime Minister, I would support you no matter what. I love your feet and toes so much I can't hate you.

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Bardish Chagger Retweeted Ralph Goodale

In 2004, the ruled that the marriage of same-sex couples is constitutional and in 2005 the law was changed. People of all stripes have supported rights. The Leader should clearly state his position on this hard-fought human right.

Bardish Chagger added,

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Kirsty if you won't marry me, marry Bardisha, force her to be barefoot like you all the time.

Me too do not forget about me future Prime Minister

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Chrystia Freeland Retweeted Ralph Goodale

Any Canadian leader needs to stand up for all Canadians.

Chrystia Freeland added,

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Let me love you Barefoot Barbie

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Catherine McKenna  🇨🇦Retweeted Ralph Goodale

Shameful. In Canada, everyone should feel free to be who they are and love who they love — and our leaders should support them. Every person deserves the same rights and opportunities, no matter who they love. Be proud of who you are, Canada!

Catherine McKenna  🇨🇦added,

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Rob Oliphant Retweeted Ralph Goodale

Second retweet: reflecting on this from my life as clergy. I married literally hundreds of couples. Some would be blessed with children; others not. What is Scheer saying about a couple in their 60s who find love late in life? Not a marriage? He insults not only LGBTQ people.

Rob Oliphant added,

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Karina Gould Retweeted Ralph Goodale

Love is love and rights are rights. To lead this country, you have to serve everyone. It's time denounce his past remarks and embrace all Canadians.

Karina Gould added,

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I am sick about Trudeau's.lame excuses and lies about SNC Lavalin. As a former Liberal I am ashamed

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Michelle Rempel Garner Retweeted Michelle Rempel Garner

Be an ally, do everything in our power to ensure no Canadian experiences barriers to equality of opportunity, and support love without qualification. Let success on these fronts be measured by our actions, and refrain from using humans and their rights as political props.

Michelle Rempel Garner added,

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What's wrong with Faith puppet?

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Hey Sen. Denise, how's your bestie Faith Goldy? Hard to take seriously someone who considers chumming up with an avowed racist "Amazing". Colours the nature of your questions, especially the really misleading and unfactual ones. Give Faith a hug, Sen. Batters!

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About Liz May

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Maxime Bernier Retweeted Andrew Lawton

She’s part of the political establishment just like the others: in favour of big government, climate alarmist, globalist, pro mass immigration. Why would she want me to question all this nonsense at the debates? The PPC is taking votes away from her too.

Maxime Bernier added,

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Yes Kirsty I really want your feet every night.

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