Trudeau slams Poilievre’s pledge to fire BoC gov. if elected | “We need more responsible leadership”

Trudeau slams Poilievre's pledge to fire BoC gov. if elected | "We need more responsible leadership" 1

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    1. He always says a whole lot of nothing and never answers the question asked. Just a bunch of circling around of words. Someone please fire him

    2. But if you take out all the fluff, what will the libs talk about the next day at work? Real issues???
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  1. Okay Justin you have no right to talk about banking in Canada, you continue to reap the rewards of being a trust fund child and have never had to deal with any financial hardships in your life

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  2. Trudeau got it right. We DO need more responsible leadership. So if he would heed his own words, step aside and resign, then we can replace his irresponsible useless self with a new government.

    1. You do realize he only reads what’s put in front of him. All his pressers show his eyes looking down periodically, apparently at notes his staffers wrote for him.

    2. @Vesstig Buddy I’m 55 years old, did all the yelling jumping up and down, screaming, for the last 30 years, I’ll repeat it they do whatever to get into power and then fill their pockets

    3. lol…like THAT Kebeker is going to listen to a sensible English Canadian….gud luk wit dat, la.

    4. You forgot to mention to undue everything he has implemented while he was Prime Minister.

    5. @digger313w buddy I’m 50 years old and unless you actually vote than you don’t get an opinion!

  3. Housing costs up 20% in one year. Gas prices in Victoria BC is 221.9. as energy costs go up, the cost of everything goes up. We cannot afford Justin Trudeau. We cannot afford to give 12 million dollars to Loblaws nor $50 million dollars to mastercard.

  4. Canada’s central bank has been recognized as a money printing machine very reputable.

  5. This is what happens when you hire a drama teacher to run your country nothing but drama they both should be fired

    1. @Onemore Snottyyoutubeopinion Lol, since when is that rag conservative? I suppose they back Charest? πŸ˜‚

  6. the reputation is losing ground every single day you’re still in office. The last few years have been horrible from whichever angle you look at it

  7. How can we believe that ANY arm of the state is exempt from political interference when this guy likely committed obstruction of justice when he tried to coerce his AG into letting SNC off the hook and then fired her when she refused and installed someone who would take orders better? Then the “independent” RCMP declined to investigate. Are we really to believe that the “independent” BOC decided to do, essentially, debt financing, because they thought that would fulfill their low inflation mandate? This guy is the greatest Canadian comic of all time.

  8. That’s the guy who forced our Attorney General to resign when he interfered in a criminal investigation too…always consider the source.

  9. This was a ” Slam”?
    This coming from the guy who wasn’t concerned about monetary policies.

    1. Do you not analyse what’s being said? Or, are you so insipid so as not hear wha’s being said? Or, maybe you are fine with taking down the foundation of Canadian economy on the whims of pandering politician…

    2. @Roku Stereo
      The foundation of the Canadian economy is the lender for the Canadian government. It’s also who we pay interest to when our government borrows and wastes money on miscalculated projects and initiatives.

  10. Drama teacher talking like he knows economics. You can tell when Pierre talks, he knows what he’s talking about. Trudeau only knows one thing: how can the bank of Canada give my personal bank account more money?

  11. I got my conservative membership and looking forward to support Polievre until he is our Prime Minister…

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