You know who should be our next governor general? Justin Trudeau

There’s something of a crisis brewing in political circles.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s end of season press conference, where he blamed the opposition parties for his missteps, has been criticized from all corners.

Sunny ways is being widely condemned as a sham by those keen on public policy issues.

Personally, no – never.

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  • Oracle9

    And my friends roasted me for my warnings and my ‘angry politics’. I have nothing more to say to them.

    The seed of Marxism, once planted in the mind, is almost impossible to uproot.

  • simus1

    General Vanier was our last GG to be unquestionably worthy of the office.
    All the rest since then have been (to be kind) very disreputable.
    Shiny Pony would do, given the prevailing standards.

  • Literally Hitler

    GG, never. Host of Canadian Idol, why not. Drama teacher, OK but keep him away from the children.

  • barryjr

    NO! The sooner this caricature slides away into obscurity the better off Canadians will be. The LPC pulled off a desperation move choosing this idiot as leader over candidates that were far more qualified based on skills and experience. The IDIOT voters fell for the Shiny Pony image and ads electing this buffoon to a position he is unqualified for. Have no doubt the same Pot Heads, Groupies and Welfare recipients that elected him will do their part to reelect this idiot and his social progress policies.

    • Maggat

      Why in the hell did you use capitols for potheads, groupies, and welfare recipients?

      • barryjr

        I was trying to show respect to the LPC constituency.

  • ontario john

    The CBC is excited that feminist Trudeau visited the illegal teepee at Parliament Hill today with his wife, to apologize for past wrong doings. His wife didn’t sing. A couple of his cabinet ministers also visited through out the day. And the government is insisting that security will be tight to prevent muslim Canadians from killing their fellow Canadians. And it seems most of the trinkets the government bought, came from Trudeau’s friends in China. Yes its going to be a great Canada Day in Ottawa.

  • New Centurion

    The fact that he is completely incapable of governing this country is lost on Canadians. And despite his obvious shortcomings as a leader, he is still immensely popular. One need’s no further evidence to show how stupid, shallow and vacuous Canadians are.

    • Tooth&Claw

      Not all Canadians, the pendulum swings, it’s swung far to the left, correction is coming.

      • New Centurion

        Man I hope you’re right. But I think the guy is in for at least 2 terms.

        • Tooth&Claw

          My instinct for lack of a better word, tells me he’s going to do something incredibly tone deaf and stupid that he cannot recover from and his underlings won’t be able to cover up. His enormous hubris will bring him down. Sooner than later.

          • Maggat

            The sooner the better, for Canada.

          • Tooth&Claw

            Tomorrow would be great!

    • Maggat

      Yes, we need some serious evidence to show the turdeau lovers what a complete fool he is. However, not to worry he’ll give us this evidence, but will it be to late?

    • shasta

      stupid, shallow and vacuous Canadians

      Universal suffrage will destroy democracies.

  • LairdKintyre

    The writer of this article is right on the money. I could get 100% behind that. Trudeau would without a doubt be the most dynamic breath of fresh air Governor General that Canada has ever had. He would probably spark a resurge of interest in Canada’s Monarchy. And renew loyalty to the Crown. As a sort of purely goodwill ambassador Trudeau is gold. Running our country with real Leglative powers is a disaster for Canada and a tragedy for Canadians. Trudeau for Governor General. God Save the Queen.

    • LairdKintyre

      I’m seriously thinking of putting an online petition out getting support to have Trudeau be our next Governor General. How many agree?