That's tru, deau
By which he means he's going to apologize
I'm with Don cherry. Unacceptable, but oddly refreshing. Should he have left his seat? no. Did he impact another person during a crowd? yes. It's the issue being blown out of proportion? Definitely. Finally, does this media spectacle serve any function besides to underline the childish nonsense that has become politics? I'm not certain.
As an American who doesn't follow foreign affairs... Wut?
@Adolphin Hitler, from what I've heard Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister of Canada) is a douche
@Adolphin Hitler, he elbowed a female MP in the milk maker trying to get through a crowd in Parliament *the more you know rainbow goes by*
@Sexy Homunculus, he's really just far far left and kinda excited about everything. But recently a some ndp mp's were blocking another mp from getting to his seat and voting, so Justin went to help him out and accidentally elbowed a lady. She through a fit and J.T. apologized.
@Sexy Homunculus, She apparently got so emotional and upset about it that she left the room and then the entire meeting ended up being about that instead of more important issues.
Gotta love Canada!
@ReeseBobby, wait, when did Justin Timberlake get involved?
@CommunistMoose, didn't you hear? He put his dick in a ballet box.
@Stark Naked, she deserved it
Get out da way, ey
As a Canadian, I wish to say that Trudeau is a complete ass-monkey and is the worst decision this country has ever made.
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, I whole heartedly agree with you
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, sorry that happened to you. He's a grade-A tool in every single thing I've seen him in. Hopefully your country doesn't completely economically collapse before he's out of office.
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, I wouldn't go that far. What has he done so far that warrants that kind of hate? He isn't great, but he isn't the worst either.
@ExtremelyIndecisive, a lot of the last election boiled down to the attitude "anyone but harper" which combined with a lot of campaign flopping from the ndp lead to a majority. Trudeau was subject to a 3 year smear campaign, and his election promises were more promises of action, big banners to wave around, while ignoring the details many Canadians are worried about. People hate on him for 3 reasons. 1. They think of him as daddies little boy. 2. They've been swept up in the Marijuana controversy, or 3. They don't like that he's willing to spend too try and secure a better future, not trying to cling to whatever we have left like harper (keystone pipeline)
@ExtremelyIndecisive, trying to completely overhaul the firearms laws, though knows nothing about firearms, brought in a quarter million refugees and the government is paying for all of them to be here, gave a bunch of money to the Indian reserves, without requiring to see their books and how they're spending it, and gave an extra billion to the CBC when we are already $27 billion in debt, and hasn't kept a single one of his campaign promises.
@ExtremelyIndecisive, as well he is a high school drama teacher, and has no proper education that's required to run a country.
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, so he's suddenly the worst decision Canada has ever made? Most politicians don't follow up on their campaign promises, and the fact is that things that Trudeau talked about takes time, like marijuana legalization for instance. I also don't see the problem with refugees, as they're victims, and all of them have been screened before coming over, and they haven't had any problems other than the government spending money on them until they can get their own jobs. Giving 1 billion to CBC isn't the end of the world, and it helps Canadian media, as we mainly watch American content. The firearms and money for the Aboriginals, I'm not sure about, but I don't think that electing him is the worst mistake Canada made, especially when Mulcair could've been elected.
@ExtremelyIndecisive, so how's Trudeau looking now....? 😁
He looks like he just bought a round of shots
NO focus on American politics no mine.