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Which libertarian position is most important to you?
Less Restrictions on Firearms Ownership
3%
 3%  [ 1 ]
Liberalization or Abolition of Drugs / Narcotics Laws
11%
 11%  [ 3 ]
Reduced Taxes / Less Gov't Interference in Economy
69%
 69%  [ 18 ]
Less Gov't Interference in International Affairs
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Elimination or Reduction of the Welfare State
11%
 11%  [ 3 ]
Total Elimination of the State as an Entity
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Allow Homosexual Unions, Unrestricted Abortion
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
I disagree with all of the above. I have no libertarian leanings.
3%
 3%  [ 1 ]
Total Votes : 26

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don muntean





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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Craig wrote:
Can someone please remove the comma key from shavluk's keyboard?

Seriously, make an effort to use proper grammer.


...i wasn't the only one to notice the comma key abuse! :lol:
shavluk
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 9:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

shavluk wrote:
don muntean wrote:
shavluk wrote:
i told you why he got off,,,i also know cops outside of the corrupt ones,,still living where you are,,,maybe when you show them your implant they will tell you the real story and my grammar,,,well they don't teach that in jail,,,,next!!!


No you lied - he got off from the charge because - it was all a lie - just like you - you're a lie maker...anyhow - i don't wish to talk with you. see ya.



Bhakta


this will be your only allowed put down as i am not one of these dove types and as i said what really happened,,,if you continue to call me a liar,,i will show you some other things someone in my position can do,,,i have strong ties to Saskatoon.
i would not dare me to cause you grief,,,good luck.

an apology ?


tell popowich to call as i have all the names if he wants to sue anyone,,,be a good time to bring in the statements of some who were abused into not testifying eh
give him my address ,no problem
Mac





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Location: John Baird's riding...

PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 10:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yet another thread gone off-topic and into the gutter. Next! :roll:

-Mac
don muntean





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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 10:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So shavluk - there is no posting there - only a quote.

For your information - if you thought i called you a liar because of what you said Popowich did to you - you missed the point - I don't know anything about that - but - what I [and the world] do know is that nothing happened in Martensville - you were more than insinuating that there was merit to that false history and that this Mr. Popowich [whom I don't know] "got away with it" - that point was where i was addressing you.

I could care less if he was the law enforcement officer that was "after" you so many years ago...

It isn't so much what we react and respond to which defines us - it's how we do the reacting and responding.

Cannot you see that making all these various threats like you have makes your general credibility unstable in the eyes of the objective reader?

Often people let passions take control of them when in controversial communications with others - please try to see how that can lead to such a scenario as this.

I just did a search - and - found this link:

http://bcmarijuanaparty.com/ma.....ohnshavluk

Is that you there? Funny you look ordinary enough. Why would you make all this threats to me with such a public profile as you've got?

I hope you're not this way with others in cyber-space - I certainly take your comments with a grain of salt but - not everyone is like me. Please don't put yourself 'out-there' by posting hostile like that - because since you do represent an important issue [changing attitudes about marijuana] you cannot do anything to cause others to cast aspersions on that cause or - to undermine your service to it.

So in any case I don't wish you ill John - I just wish you would understand simple facts...


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don muntean





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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mac wrote:
Yet another thread gone off-topic and into the gutter. Next! :roll:

-Mac


...i did say sorry for that off-topic exchange and - of course - I'm done with the noted exchange with shavluk - so the threrad can go back to the original topic...

I would add 'this comment' to the point of this thread; before we decide to change the manner of taxation in our great nation - let us see the new government - the qualified government - make an end to 'top-heavy administraion' practices.

What is 'the growing cost' of government?

With the general tendency to nepotism in today's political world - our last federal leaders [and many present provincial governments] - fielding contradictory agendas and - trying to make their 'paid voters' happy in all respects [while ignoring the conflict of interest which results] - gradually become more like rogues and with such a program - they increase taxation - to finance a top-heavy administration which is [as such] - useless for all purposes - let's see an end to that practice - first...

Then there is the practice of making investments with taxpayer funds - how much have governments lost in this connection?

Our social programs do not cost anything near that loss to 'corporate welfare'.

Just look to those provinces where we've seen NDP governments - how much has been lost on so many 'investments' gone bad?

Beyond that - democratic governments should not be business owners - if only because it means more and more 'costly' government workers.

The too many 'existing' [federal and provincial] crown corporations should be privatized.

Crown corporations are a 19th century socialist relic which are - in my opinion - becoming a kind of immovable oligarchy a status quo - often operating like a 'shadow government' - this is the greatest menace to the economic security and the future balance of our nation.

I have full confidence in our new Conservative Government - they shall come to demonstrate an apt and able 'time and circumstances' governance. I'm not worried - they certainly aren't going to do any worse than any others before them and - I think that the Conservatives shall do - much better.

Thanks!

:wink:
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