Clement Campaign Off to a Hot Start by Reg Coffey

Clement Campaign Off to a Hot Start by Reg Coffey

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Morrisburg – Liberal hopeful Bernadette Clement kicked off her campaign to gain the federal seat for SD&SG today in the beautiful garden at the Russell Manor in Morrisburg. Liberal party supporters came out in the sweltering heat to cheer on Bernadette as she spoke about the Liberal party goals and the need to replace the current government.

She also appealed to those present to support the Liberal’s bid financially and by showing support in the community.

There were only a couple of other media present at the event, possibly due to the heat, but the cameras of the party faithful were clicking continuously. There was even a drone hovering overhead to capture images from the air. Ms. Clement indicated in her speech that this election will be waged in the social media more than ever before and the Liberals will be very active in it.

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The atmosphere was energized with optimism and many of those present stayed on in the heat to continue the conversations about how the Liberals will govern Canada after the election.

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Um, Reg, how can she wage this campaign on Social media and boycott the largest media in her riding with more online traffic than probably all the other media combined? Now that’s funky?!

Diane Shay
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My concerns with Ms. Clement leadership are based on her ability to make appropriate decisions when faced with complicated legal, moral and ethical issues. As part of the previous Cornwall City Council she was involved in the unanimous adoption of the Judith Allen Report. The findings in this report has little in substance or fact. It actually contravenes internal policy, Ministry of Health & Long Term Care legislation, documentation and court documents. Given my experience I really wonder how she would vote on similar issues at the federal level.

Take care,

Diane Shay

jules
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Diane Shay you know all about what is going on in the health care department and you are highly intelligent and you can see through Bernadette Clément like I can and I don’t like that Caroline Hébert at all and cannot stand her as much as I can’t stand Frosty the Showman. Everyone on council are there for their own good just like that Hébert girl got family members employed. Bernadette is one smart cookie where my meaning is that she knows very well what she wants and is aiming for it and I knew that about her since a… Read more »
Diane Shay
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Jules,

Yes, I agree she is highly educated and is using Cornwall as a stepping stone but in the interim she must be accountable and responsible. As I have stated many times past behavior is a good indicator of future behavior.

Take Care,

Diane

Hugger1
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Here we go again….Cornwall is all bad and good for nothing…..Nothing good ever happens here. We’re on the highway to hell.

jules
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Diane you are absolutely right about what you said and yes she is using Cornwall as a stepingstone and she knows what she is doing. She is an opportunist just like that Hébert girl and I have no respect for any of them. I only give credit to Bernadette for her high degree of intelligence. All politicians nowadays are crooked. People ask why I am staying away from the polls well Diane that is why. Not one are strong as leaders and not one tells you the truth. Canada is in much bigger debt than what anybody can ever fathom.… Read more »
Hugger1
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Painting everyone with the same brush is never good.

David Oldham
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Diane your comments are not without merit. When someone has displayed an inability to be effective at the municipal level how is it that jumping to the federal level is going to have any different results? The caliber of candidates in the three major parties have come under fire and the bar has been lowered to an embarrassing level. Honour has been replaced by creative excuses and self justification. Accountability and acceptance of consequences for ones actions is an “old school ideal” not reflective of today’s entitled society. Not the Canada I was born into. Times change and I accept… Read more »
jules
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This morning I went to get my hair cut and then dropped in to pick up a few groceries and people were talking about the coming election and so many people were saing no to Justine Trudope and no to Thomas the Cat. Both the Libtards and the NDP are big spenders and we are already in big trouble. Winnie the Poo is already destroying Ontario and she did a good job at destroying it so far. Ontario became like the Atlantic provinces and worse. Yes I can paint Cornwall with the same brush because Cornwall has never advanced and… Read more »
jules
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Diane there was a lady in the back of me at the grocery store today and she has been waiting for 5 years to get surgery on a bunion. Her doctor retired and she said that the young doctors are searching to be rich and go to the US instead of practicing medicine herein Canada and that is the main reason why we lack doctors. Now there is Obama care and it is a socialized medicine and people can no longer choose their own doctors under that system. I wonder how many of those former Canadians who have left for… Read more »
Hugger1
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Painting everyone with the same brush is no good. Doing that says EVERYONE is all the same. Last time I checked everyone is different. Yes, Cornwall as its issues, but so doe every town and city in Canada.

At least our health care system is better than the U.S.A.’s. If you don’t agree feel free to move to the U.S.A.

David Oldham
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Hugger1 exactly how is our system better? Ours is considerably more expensive for essential services (basic measures). Are our wait times better? We are not as efficient in basic delivery costs as I understand it. Are our medical personnel better trained? In Thailand I believe the average wait time for a specialist is 11 minutes and you do not require a referral. Canada is better than what other country in what regard? Just curious. My experience has been that our administrative costs beat every other country although I fail to understand how this is something to brag about. I have… Read more »
Hugger1
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David Oldham….I was referring it was better than the U.S. healthcare system.

jules
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Health care is one of the most expensive things in the entire world to keep going and yes our health care system is better than the US and I had many Americans who said the same to me on line. Many people in the US have lost their homes, cars, etc. because they had no money up front to pay the humoungous bills. Now there is Obama care and it is bad real bad. The best health care is that of Europe (German, France, Sweden and Norway) from people in the US who have experienced it but it costs big… Read more »
jules
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One more thing about the health care system. When we went to live in Cornwall for a while in the 90’s era we met a Canadian man (young at the time) who went down to Florida on a trip and broke his leg. When he got to the hospital and found out the cost to fix his leg he found it much cheaper to hire a private plane to take him back to Canada to get treated. Yes folks you would be shocked to know the cost of things in the US – it is no place that I would… Read more »
David Oldham
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That is what I was asking Hugger1. How is Ontario’s system better than than health care south of the border?

Hugger1
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David Oldham….I’m referring to cost-wise. It may be free here, if you believe in fairies. Our health care is free, BUT we pay a “premium” yearly for using it. Anyone who believes this is a “premium” and not a “tax” is living in a fantasy world. This “premium” is paid at income “tax” time, that’s the first clue. Second, this “premium” is income based, thus it is a “tax.” Yes, the U.S.A. may have some better services, but we are not required by law to have health insurance. The cost of healthcare in the U.S.A. Is too much. I was… Read more »
jules
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My husband’s nephew went to live in Los Angeles for a good eight years and before they had kids (this was in the late 80’s) their health care for husband and wife was $200./month. When they had kids started in the year 1995 their premiums went up to well over $500./month back then. The good thing is that they didn’t buy a house just a car and then left back to Lebanon. My daughter went down there for a visit in 1994 and that was the time of the OJ Simpson fiasco. My daugher was so mighty anxious to come… Read more »
David Oldham
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Hugger1…Health care in Canada is free??? Health care is part of provincial taxation plus surcharge and also part of your federal tax (transfer in payments). Health care is free technically to only those who pay no income tax (welfare recipients, etc.) The USA counterpart receiving relief also receives basic hospital coverage at no cost. According to government figures (not watchdog numbers) health care consumed 42 cents out of every tax dollar 2012-2013 and costs are rapidly rising (estimated 70% in 12 years). Factoring in the simple reality that the top income bracket is 20% less in the USA (34%) that… Read more »
Hugger1
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David Oldham….please re-read what I wrote. I did NOT say healthcare was free “It may be free here, IF YOU BELIEVE IN FAIRIES. Our health care is free, BUT we pay a “premium” yearly for using it. Anyone who believes this is a “premium” and not a “tax” is living in a fantasy world. This “premium” is paid at income “tax” time, that’s the first clue.” The $700 I referred to in regard to my wife’s niece’s husband is with a vast reduction in coverage as well. There are a lot of things they had covered before (at $300 /… Read more »
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