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“I PUT NO TRUST IN THE GOVERNMENT” – By Norman Datt

“I PUT NO TRUST IN THE GOVERNMENT”
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Remember the Hatfields and the Mc Coys’s feud
When the 2 McCoys were taken into custody by the law
The lawman promised they would be safe and protected
Mr. Hatfield said, “I put no trust in the government”
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That was then, up to now folks have that same thought
We have seen how gov’t from most 1st world countries
This feud took place over  150 years ago and up to date
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Barack Obama’s Speech to Canadian Parliament Jun 29, 2016 – video

Barack Obama’s Speech to Canadian Parliament Jun 29, 2016

Published on Jun 29, 2016

Barack Obama’s last visit and speech in Ottawa, Jun 29 2016 from the CBC livestream.

There were a few, small, buffer pauses, in this recording, possibly due to the traffic on the stream. It was uploaded hastily, just skip forward.

Canadian Politics: I guess we can all have bad days, …. eh? …ask Stephen Harper

Canadian Politics: I guess we can all have bad days,  …. eh? …ask Stephen Harper

Canada has three major Federal and provincial (State) Government parties: In the Federal Parties: The Progressive Conservatives (PC) is led by Stephen Harper; The Liberals by Justin Trudeau and the New Democratic Party (NDP) by Tom Mulcair .

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Justin Trudeau

As we try to figure out what the Canadian of October 19, 2015 election won by the Liberals mean, Liberals (184 seats); Conservatives (99 seats); NDP (44 seats) to outgoing Prime Minster Stephen Harper, here are a few insights:   Continue reading

CANADA: Prime Minister-Elect Justin Trudeau has Many Promises to Keep

Published on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 by Rabble.ca – by Karl Nerenberg

Prime Minister-Elect Justin Trudeau has Many Promises to Keep

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Justin Trudeau

After one of his three majority victories, Pierre Elliott Trudeau quoted a line from New Hampshire poet Robert Frost’s Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening:

“I have promises to keep / And miles to go before I sleep.”

At the late Prime Minister’s funeral in 2000 his eldest son Justin paraphrased that quote:

“He kept his promises and earned his sleep.”

It is Justin Trudeau who now has promises to keep.

He made many, many promises during this campaign, possibly more than his father made in his five election campaigns combined.

Here are a just 16 of them:   …..  [Click link below]

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