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PM Trudeau’s Gaffes are Adding Up

Here are three new, troubling gaffes made by Canadian PM Justin Trudeau while on his cross country town hall tour in this past week. Also, below By George added a couple other serious misspeaks Justin Trudeau has made in talking to Canadians at his town hall events.    Brock Blaszczyk, who lost a leg to a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in 2009, takes the microphone.  Question: I was prepared to be killed in action, what I wasn’t prepared for, Mr. Prime Minister, is Canada turning its back on me. And Trudeau says… Thank you sir, thank you. Thank you for being…

Humourous memes re PM Trudeau

Over the past few months there has been many humourous memes piquing the PM’s missteps and gaffes. On this the opening day of the 2018 Winter Session of Parliament, here are a half dozen of the more creative memes that caught the attention of the editors at By George.         You can right click on the image and save to reshare into your favourite social media platform… Chris George provides reliable PR & GR counsel and effective advocacy. Need a go-to writer and experienced communicator? Call 613-983-0801 @ CG&A COMMUNICATIONS.    

Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s Trudeauisms

      My life is one long curve, full of turning points. Luck, that’s when preparation and opportunity meet. The essential ingredient of politics is timing. In academic life you seek to state absolute truths; in politics you seek to accommodate truth to the facts around you. We wish nothing more, but we will accept nothing less. Masters in our own house we must be, but our house is the whole of Canada. I am trying to put Quebec in its place — and the place of Quebec is in Canada. Canada is a country whose main exports are hockey players…

FAV PMJT memes

Here are half a dozen of By George favourite PM Justin Trudeau memes from the the past few months. Very funny….             And this latest collection would not be complete without a final nod to Stephane Dion, the stumbling foreign affairs minister who the PM recently turfed from Cabinet. . If you enjoy these memes as much as we have, feel free to right-click and copy the frames to share on your Facebook, Twitter or other favourite platform. Spread the joy… Chris George, providing reliable PR & GR counsel and effective advocacy. Need a go-to…

#trudeaueulogy / #TrudeauEulogies

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau started a hilarious maelstrom on Twitter this week when he released a wholly inappropriate statement on the death of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Trudeau praised Castro as “a remarkable revolutionary.” His lauding of the communist dictator’s life prompted many to tweet out possible “Justin eulogies” of history’s monstrous leaders and criminals. If you have not seen #trudeaueulogy on Twitter yet, it is a very funny stream.   Here are some of By George’s favourite:   Castro was a great man, introducing quality healthcare which would make problems just vanish. Castro only man to win 100%…

The PM and his Wife

One night Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie decided to do something out of routine and go for a casual dinner at a restaurant that wasn’t too luxurious.   When they were seated, the owner of the restaurant asked the PM’s RCMP detail if he could please speak to the First Lady in private. They obliged and Sophie had a conversation with the owner.   Following this conversation Justin asked Sophie, why was he so interested in talking to her. She mentioned that in her teenage years, he had been madly in love with her.   Justin then…

PM Trudeau’s 100 Days (2)

The first one hundred days of any new government reveals the character of its leadership and it usually signals the style and direction to be expected over the administration’s mandate. On November 4, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took the oath of office and begin the 100-day count to set the course for his government and for our country over the next four years. (This is the second post counting the announcements of the government’s first 100 days. To see the first post from November/December – click HERE.) There are great expectations of this new government. Canadians expect Trudeau to follow…

A “Because it’s 2015” 12 days of Christmas

A very clever, political remake of the 12 Days of Christmas was posted this week by Maddie Di Muccio, a political activist and social commentator in southern Ontario. Di Muccio has served up a humourous Trudeau’s 12 days of Christmas for “Canada’s favorite prime minister, Justin Trudeau.” Sing along if you wish… . On the First Day of Christmas, Trudeau gave to me A $16 Trillion Climate Change Treaty! On the Second Day of Christmas, Trudeau gave to me Two Filipino nannies, and A $16 Trillion Climate Change Treaty! On the Third Day of Christmas, Trudeau gave to me Three…

PM Trudeau’s 100 Days (1)

The first one hundred days of any new government reveals the character of its leadership and it usually signals the style and direction to be expected over the administration’s mandate. On November 4, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took the oath of office and begin the 100-day count to set the course for his government and for our country over the next four years. There are great expectations of this new government. Canadians expect Trudeau to follow through on his big promises of tax cuts to middle class, 25,000 refugees by Christmas, money and settlements to First Nations, and bold moves…

Our Election Newsletters

Last week the By George Journal delivered two special edition election newsletters. If you did not receive them, here are direct links to the publications: The Campaign Wrap The Day After The Night Before By way of a personal observation on the election results, By George Editor Chris George offers an introductory commentary in the post-election newsletter greeting. Last night was a dramatic election finale, the very stuff that Canadian history is made of: and so ends a Conservative era and so begins a new era of Liberalism. Canadians wanted change and voters delivered that change in striking fashion.     …