Category Archives: politics

Questions for the NO side

The other night CBC compass televised an article from the no side featuring John Barrett. This televised article alone speaks volumes about where CBC sympathies lie. The no gang continue to spew their propaganda on the air waves, newspapers and … Continue reading

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Voting system doesn’t work

In response to J Bruce MacIsaac letter to the editor that appeared Wednesday 13th March 2019. I’m not going to discuss or attemp to refute his grim predictions of doom and gloom if we change the voting system from first … Continue reading

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The No Vote Campaign hits the mail!!!!

I received my first No campaign literature today. My first reaction was the fact I didn’t get just one,  I got three? They are identical, so why so many? Is it perhaps the NO side have too much financing? or … Continue reading

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The NO campaign projects fear.

It is clearly their intention is to fear monger and cause confusion for the voting public. Fear is indeed a big issue in their campaign, but the fear is theirs, real fear is losing their always road to power. If … Continue reading

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Vote MMP

In today’s Journal Pioneer we have another fear mongering letter warning of dire consequences from voting MMP. I suppose if you are part of the NO side you really do have to scratch out these flimsy excuses to vote no. … Continue reading

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What Arrogance!

  I think many people who watch Mr Wernick testify yesterday would agree he showed a level of arrogance rarely displayed in public . I believe, had this been a congressional inquiry in the USA Mr Wernick would have claimed … Continue reading

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Misleading Statements

A letter appeared in today’s Journal Pioneer (5th March 2019) written by John Barrett and titled “Misleading Statements”it referred to the NO campaign in the upcoming referendum. After reading through a couple of times I concluded the only thing correct … Continue reading

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VOTE YES in the upcoming election.

I see an increase in FB posts telling us to vote NO, these people claim rural islanders will end up under represented, Duh! I would like to hear these same people explain how we are so well represented now under … Continue reading

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Proportional Representation.

This morning on CBC radio (25th Feb) I listened to what was supposed to be an explanation for the funding allowances for political party’s in the upcoming referendum. I can only say this funding directive was clearly prepared by the … Continue reading

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What Canadians Expect.

Those of you who like me watched Question Period yesterday 20th February must surely be as disgusted as I was. Trudeau’s ever repeating standard answer to every question really grated on my nerves. How can politicians no matter which party … Continue reading

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