Apr 16, 2014 at 11:55:51
“With what? Photo op power?”
MyTake on Apr 16, 2014 at 21:39:34
“You apparently are not watching Harper's 24/7, or you would not be making that comment!”
Simon Wagstaff on Apr 16, 2014 at 13:22:25
“no photo-op King is Harper, he held a fake G20 for a photo-op, it only cost taxpayers 1 billion, damages of 1 billion and 1 billion in lost revenue for local businesses... the real one was in South Korea, we were only slated to have the G8... and that's not counting those Arctic photo-ops where a warship is sent up North, for a photo with Harper, and then they head back South after the photo's have been shot ...”
Robert Moriyama on Apr 16, 2014 at 12:53:05
“At least this photo op didn't cost the taxpayers close to a billion dollars like the G8 / G20. Also, no protesters (and bystanders) were "kettled" or beaten.”
“This just in, women are attractive and people have sex. Eeeks. Skydome cameras attempt to find attractive women eating hot dogs at Blue Jay and Argos games. If you don't want to be on the jumbotron, don't come to the game.”
EST74 on Apr 16, 2014 at 14:03:58
“"If you don't want to be on the jumbotron, don't come to the game." What are you talking about? Where in the broadcast or the article did the woman complain? This is about Keith's comments heading into an inappropriate place, not the woman.”
Apr 15, 2014 at 15:30:57
“This type of behaviour is as old as man. We call it "going postal" the Malaysian people have been calling it amok for centuries. Jack the Ripper killed before radio.
I appreciate that psychiatric drugs contribute, but imagine what happened when we didn't have mental health services. "The Hills Have Eyes" is based in legends of people who lived in the hills by capturing passers by....
We're just not as civilized as we think we are.”
Grace Joubarne on Apr 15, 2014 at 16:06:21
“Jack the Ripper killed one at a time over a long period. Actually, you don't have to imagine what happens without psychiatric drugs and electroshock. There is ample documentation - read Medication Madness for starters. People went through world wars, famine, the Great Depression and still raised families and became law-bidding taxpayers without drugs. In fact, Soteria House and the Quaker Hospitals had an almost 98% success rate in returning patients to their families and jobs, brains intact, with almost no relapse and that was for both depression and schizophrenia. Their successes were pushed aside by Big Pharma colluding with Big Psychiatry and Big Government and replaced with quick fix electroshock, lobotomies and drugs that killed millions and never cured a single person, ever. Now our mental health centres are turning out more drugged people then ever who end up permanently disabled with relationships damaged beyond repair. Doctors are now drugging newborns for 'anxiety' by the thousands. These are the brain-damaged kids who will be the next insane killers. And in the event that you think these drugs don't do brain-damage...read the labels. They come with black-box warnings for suicide,homicide, hostility and paranoia. No alcohol, pot, or other 'therapy' has ever done so much damage to humanity.”
Apr 15, 2014 at 12:00:11
“What if this is part of being human?”
Grace Joubarne on Apr 15, 2014 at 15:11:16
“Until they started the mass psychiatric drugging of people in the 80s and the children in the 90s, we had no such problem. Street drug addicts never mass killed. Check the stats and info at CCHRint.org to learn how many thousands of young people were driven insane by psychiatric drugs. This sort of thing was predicted 20 years ago folks.”
Apr 15, 2014 at 11:58:51
“To think 100 years ago a smaller percentage would go to university, more would die of diseases we vaccinate against and people had fewer rights to protect them from government and private organizations.”
“Well it makes me wonder then. If he knew what he was looking for, why are any of us surprised. The government has been spying on their own citizens for generations. The US has been listening to wiretaps of Russia, and Russia has been listening to wiretaps of us since the cold war.
Government intelligence agencies gather intelligence, who knew?”
jacmed on Apr 15, 2014 at 11:57:12
“So many are surprised because they have short memories or were too young to actually understand. All Snowden did was remind us of what the GWB told us could and probably would occur under the Patriot Act - he didn't tell us anything new about domestic surveillance. People have spied on their own people and on other people from the time the first societies were formed, probably during the Stone Age or before.”
Apr 15, 2014 at 11:16:27
“The budget is a vote of confidence. Trudeau could have engineered dissent votes from the PC (again, not going to happen) on the budget himself knowing that the NDP would vote against. He's too busy campaigning to demonstrate his ability to govern and lead.
PC members aren't going to vote against a budget that their party created when the polls are as they are now. You're going to open yourself up to election (where your party decides if you are the candidate) for what? Not every one is Sheila Copps. Oh yeah, remember when the Liberals kicked her out for questioning them? This isn't party specific, it's the nature of party politics. Watch House of Cards.”
“Uh, no. I can disagree with the awarding of one award independent of the dispensation of another. Also, way to use the Boston bombings to claim that people aren't supporting something they should. Maybe the best evidence that the pulitzer is more political/popular than laudatory of good work.”
“Just because you don't watch porn doesn't mean it isn't a multi-billion dollar business with very successful people involved.
This is like saying that Lionel Messi isn't a star because Americans don't care about soccer.”
moeelmore on Apr 14, 2014 at 18:51:44
“Sucess and business does not make a person a star. Messi, nr 10 I think but its been a while since I watched a match with him, is a star for being a world class athlete. Your argument is strictly macaroni and beans and does not hold up. think what you want, I stand by my opinion that they are sex workers.”