Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Room Service

The Toronto Star's blog is reporting a note on North American issues from Peter Julian was awaiting the media when they arrived in New Orleans for the "Three Amigos Summit" yesterday. Not quite the turndown service and mint that one might expect.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Media reported that the trade between Canada, U.S. and Mexico totals $1 trillion a year - the biggest trading bloc in the world. So of course, the mindless Luddites of the NDP are opposed to expanded trade between the three nations -- their elected ne'er-do-wells live off the public purse so they don't have to worry about the jobs and livelihoods of those who pay taxes to support them.

4/22/2008 1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is no secret that NDP policies are more aligned with the Socialist Party of Mexico and the Green Party of Unite States both of whose party candidates had lost the presidential elections.

Given that the two head of states negotiating with George Bush, (Harvard MBA no less), actually have graduate degrees in economics, Peter Julian certainly believes he knows better, given the portfolio to criticize by Jack Layton.

4/22/2008 8:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is no secret that NDP policies are more aligned with the Socialist Party of Mexico and the Green Party of Unite States both of whose party candidates had lost the presidential elections.

How is that related? The only
connection the BCNDP has with the Socialist Party of Mexico is that the BCNDP is or was a member of Socialist International, a consortia of most democratic socialist parties world wide including Labour (UK), CSU (Germany) and Labour (Australia).


"Given that the two head of states negotiating with George Bush, (Harvard MBA no less), actually have graduate degrees in economics, Peter Julian certainly believes he knows better, given the portfolio to criticize by Jack Layton."

Julian thinks he knows everything.

As for Bush, you'd think with a Harvard MBA the guy would actually learn how to think right.

He obviously hasn't in the past few months.

Ol' George will be right in there amongst the worst Presidents the U.S. has had. He's worse than
Jimmy Carter.

4/22/2008 8:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"How is that related? "

In terms of trade policies, having the party policies aligned with the Socialist Party of Cuba or the Communist Party of Japan may not necessarily be a good thing.

It is just a bit ironic how the party of NDP gets to criticize an agreement supported by a prime minister and a president with degree in economics when they have awarded the trade portfolios to someone with none. But in socialist countries usually it is the generals that have monopolies on anti-free trade economic policies, I guess education in economics really doesnt count much to socialist parties.

4/22/2008 9:44 PM  

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