[Rushtalk] Whining Liberals from Canada Head to Women’s March on Washington to Protest Trump

John Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Sun Jan 22 10:43:19 MST 2017


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/*If you forced these women to humiliate themselves like this at 
gunpoint, they'd whine for months about sexism and patriarchy! */



On 1/22/2017 11:02 AM, Tom Matiska wrote:
> Lefty logic on display:
>
> No foreign involvement in our elections...... unless it is non 
> citizens from Canada protesting Trump...
>
> Mexicans are welcome also.. .. no ID required.....  but no more feet 
> dry policy for those commie hating freedom seeking Cubans who vote 
> "off the plantation" ....
>
> Definitely no interference from Russia..... unless Russians involved 
> in the uranium deal want to donate $140M to the Clinton foundation....
>
> All women deserve respect..... except the trailer park trash that 
> accused  Bill Clinton.   In that case the lefty media functions as 
> an extension of the Clinton "Bimbo eruption team" and is allowed to 
> attack victims of sexual assault.
>
> It is all starting to make sense to me......  Tom
>
>
> On Sunday, January 22, 2017 10:13 AM, Carl Spitzer <cwsiv at juno.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>   *Canadians Head to Women’s March on Washington to Protest Trump*
>
> “We want this not to happen in Canada." By Noah Lanard 
> <https://www.washingtonian.com/author/noah-lanard/> on January 11, 
> 2017 
> <https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/01/11/canadians-converge-capital-womens-march-washington/> 
> Photograph courtesy Canadian Womens' March. Tweet 
> <https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/01/11/canadians-converge-capital-womens-march-washington/>Share 
> <https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/01/11/canadians-converge-capital-womens-march-washington/> 
> There were five spots left on the second Toronto bus when I spoke with 
> *Marissa McTasney*. She’s been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm. McTasney 
> is organizing six buses for Canadians coming to DC for the Women’s 
> March on Washington. The goal is to show solidarity with their 
> “American sisters” and send a message that Canada rejects Donald 
> Trump’s brand of populism.
>
> “This is not a fun weekend away … This is a really important 
> movement,” McTasney tells Washingtonian. She is the founder and 
> president of Moxie Trades and creator of the “original pink work boot.”
>
> On November 11, McTasney created an online event to see how many 
> Canadians were interested in going to the march. The next morning, she 
> had 100 signups. There are now at least nine buses, including three 
> from other groups and possibly a third from Toronto, coming from 
> Canada. The buses are making back-to-back overnight trips so marchers 
> don’t have to pay for hotel rooms, which organizers say will 
> allow more women participate. (The tickets cost about $130 US.) There 
> are also 11 sister marches happening across Canada for those who can’t 
> make it south.
>
> McTasney says she has never marched or protested before. It’s 
> “definitely the rhetoric” that fueled Trump’s rise that’s motivating 
> her. She’s concerned that it may drift north.
>
> *Kellie Leitch*—a Canadian member of parliament running to be leader 
> of Canada’s Conservative Party—is positioning herself as a Canadian 
> Trump. “Tonight, our American cousins threw out the elites and elected 
> Donald Trump as their next president. It’s an exciting message and one 
> that we need delivered in Canada, as well,” she wrote in an 
> election-night email to supporters. Leitch has been criticized for 
> proposing a test to screen immigrants for “Canadian values 
> <http://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-politics-leitch-analysis-idUSKBN14I1ND>.” 
> More recently, she’s called out the “cynicism and tut-tutting of the 
> out-of-touch elite 
> <https://www.facebook.com/KellieLeitchMP/posts/1234776939893018> who 
> think everything you believe is wrong.”
>
>
> Leitch’s campaign manager, *Nick Kouvalis*, is best known as the man 
> who helped bring the world Rob Ford 
> <http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/the-game-changer/>. In Toronto, 
> Kouvalis took advantage of suburban resentment of downtown bohemians 
> to elect a crack-smoking populist. It was an impressive feat in a city 
> that has been called “New York run by the Swiss.” (Toronto’s five 
> major suburban districts are part of a combined voting district 
> <http://www.businessinsider.com/how-rob-ford-became-mayor-of-toronto-2016-3>.) 
> With Leitch, Kouvalis is trying to take that populism to the rest of 
> Canada. It seems to be working. A November poll 
> <http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/why-kellie-leitch-is-sticking-to-her-controversial-canadian-values-pitch-1.3162719> gave 
> Leitch a slight lead in the Conservative leadership race.
>
> The message frightens Women’s March organizers like *Penelope Chester 
> Starr*, an American who has lived in Canada since 2008. “Populism is a 
> very effective strategy. It’s very easy to say stop the gravy train,” 
> as Ford did, but “the question of whether or not there is one is 
> different,” she says.
>
> The organizers are trying to keep the message 
> positive. Starr says she had no idea what she was getting into when 
> she signed up as a co-leader; she was just trying to cope with a sense 
> of despair. Since then, she’s been pulling long nights and fielding 25 
> calls a day on top of her day job. It’s turned out to be “an amazing 
> way to to channel a lot of angst,” she says.
>
> Starr says she’s marching to send a message that Canadian women reject 
> Trump’s politics. “We want this not to happen in Canada. So we’re 
> going to stand up and we’re going to say as Canadians, we won’t stand 
> for this kind of discrimination, hatred, injustice, bigotry in our 
> country,” she said.
>
> After the march, the women will try to keep that spirit alive. “We 
> don’t know what we’re going to be doing yet, starting January 22nd, 
> but we know that we have this groundswell of support,” Starr says. “We 
> have a ton of enthusiasm and a lot of energy. And we want to do 
> something.”
>
> https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/01/11/canadians-converge-capital-womens-march-washington/ 
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