This idiot doesn't even know the basics of how a Canadian parliamentary system works. The Lieutenant Governor cannot simply refuse to accept a confidence vote when the majority of the legislature supports them. Other previous governments were elected with similarly low proportions of the vote-should the Lieutenant Governors or Governor Generals have refused to accept them?

Who does he actually think should form government? A Liberal/NDP coalition? That might be doable if they had a majority of seats in the legislature between them, the way the federal Liberals and NDP do now, but right now Doug Ford's Conservatives have the majority of seats in the legislature. There's nobody else capable of forming a government.

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All the pro-life positions I've heard base their opposition to abortion on religious grounds...but when I read the New Testament I couldn't actually find anything in it that prohibited abortion. I've tried looking up the theological justification for it online, and when pro-lifers cite Bible verses they use ones with metaphors that have to be really, really stretched to consider them restrictions on abortion.

So if Roe V. Wade is on shaky legal ground, the pro-life position itself might be on even shakier theological ground.

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Beautifully written.

What makes this even more significant is just how badly the Canadian government actually equipped its soldiers. Militia Minister Sam Hughes was likely one of the most incompetent boobs to serve in any public capacity anywhere in Canada. Everything from boots that fell apart to "shield shovels" that failed at both roles to blatant nepotism to insisting on using the Ross Rifle that jammed so badly that Canadian soldiers would steal the Lee-Enfield rifles off dead British soldiers whenever they had the chance.

Working with integrity and courage despite shoddy equipment is nothing new for the Canadian soldier.

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Jared Milne

Jared Milne

Passionately devoted to Canadian unity. Fascinated by Canadian politics and history. Striving to understand the mysteries of Canada. Publishes every few weeks.