Colm said:How exactly did the Conservatives become the richest party with the best fundraising base?
Bass-Invader said:The ROI on donating to the party in power is significantly better than donating to the ones not.
Don't forget the clincher: he gets crappy eurodance love songs written about him.
Putin on the ritz!
There was a time, it could be said, where in the deepest recesses of my heart, I reserved a unique respect for you: A gentle garden of lemon sage, purple lilac, and ornithoptera.
And now this? Your acerbic words dash Elysium into countless scintillating shards of despair? "Crappy eurodance"? How DARE you!?
Such negligent transgressions prostrate you at the shores of HELL's fiery abyss!
Такого как Путин!
... sparked by something serious. I'm guessing someone spent all night with Stoli ...
... But Putin perspective, you're right.
…and from this, we can expect a slim mandate for Captain Socks, unless Cons come out in droves to oust him. …but who’s doing that, with O’Toole as leader? The dead-eyed party can’t wait to ditch him for the whiter pastures of “Old-stock Canada”. They miss Harper. May is obviously done as well. Only Jagmeet makes the grade, among other party leaders. He doesn’t stand a chance but might split the vote, to some effect. …but the fear of an NDP leadership will likely snuff that, early in the campaign. I still don’t see this as anything other than a smart, political move - that most people aren’t interested in seeing right now. Trudeau may be spoon-fed, self-entitled, wanna-be daddy prick, but he’s no dummy.Once again it's on