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Cardiac





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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOL I searched Prorogation in Canada. Its been done forty times, this is an oppositional spin beyond comparison.
I hope a Cons majority Senate is at the end of this tunnel.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Liberals proposed prorogation rules are unpractical Reply with quote

The Moron wrote:

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Arguing Stephen Harper lacks the character and discipline required to use his prime ministerial powers of prorogation responsibly, the Liberal leader said new rules are needed.
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If someone continually spoke about me like that in public, especially a mamby-pamby-girly-man history teacher, I would knock them on their ass.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cardiac wrote:
LOL I searched Prorogation in Canada. Its been done forty times, this is an oppositional spin beyond comparison.
I hope a Cons majority Senate is at the end of this tunnel.


Conservative Senate Minority is at the end of the Tunnel.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cardiac wrote:
LOL I searched Prorogation in Canada. Its been done forty times, this is an oppositional spin beyond comparison.
I hope a Cons majority Senate is at the end of this tunnel.


Prorogation has been used 120 times in parliament.

22-05-1868 05-10-1896 27/06/1925 14/05/1953
22-06-1869 29-06-1897 14/04/1927 26/06/1954
12-05-1870 13-06-1898 11/06/1928 28/07/1955
14-04-1871 11-08-1899 14/06/1929 14/08/1956
14-06-1872 18/07/1900 22/09/1930 08/01/1957
13/08/1973 23/05/1901 03/08/1931 06/09/1958
07-11-1873 15/05/1902 26/05/1932 18/07/1959
26-05-1874 24/10/1903 27/05/1933 10/08/1960
08-04-1875 10/08/1904 03/07/1934 28/09/1961
12-04-1876 20/07/1905 05/07/1935 21/12/1963
28-04-1877 13/07/1906 23/06/1936 03/04/1965
10-05-1878 27/04/1907 10/04/1937 08/05/1967
15-05-1879 20/07/1908 01/07/1938 22/10/1969
07-05-1880 19/05/1909 03/06/1939 07/10/1970
21-03-1881 04/05/1910 13/09/1939 16/02/1972
17-05-1882 01/04/1912 05/11/1940 26/02/1974
25-05-1883 06/06/1913 21/01/1942 12/10/1976
19-04-1884 12/06/1914 27/01/1943 17/10/1977
20-07-1885 22/08/1914 26/01/1944 10/10/1978
02-06-1886 15/04/1915 31/01/1945 30/11/1983
23-06-1887 18/05/1916 18/12/1945 28/08/1986
22-05-1888 20/09/1917 31/08/1946 28/02/1989
02-05-1889 23/05/1918 17/07/1947 12/05/1991
16-05-1890 07/07/1919 30/06/1948 02/02/1996
30-09-1891 10/11/1919 10/12/1949 18/09/1999
09-07-1892 01/07/1920 30/06/1950 16/09/2002
01-04-1893 04/06/1921 29/01/1951 12/11/2003
23-07-1894 27/06/1922 09/10/1951 04/12/2008
22-07-1895 30/06/1923 29/12/1951 30/12/2009
23-04-1896 19/07/1924 20/11/1952

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