It’s come to this
Not quite so popular
“A commercial negative-emissions plant by Carbon Engineering would…[be] equivalent to planting 40 million trees.”
“You [either] want to work in a team or you don’t.”
By American standards, he’s got a point
“We considered she was still open to hearing different arguments…”
Horror show in the Great White North
“There can be a cost to acting on one’s principles, but there is a bigger cost to abandoning them”
And now, corruption news from north of the border
“…there is no solution here that doesn’t involve some interference.”
The flow of back bacon is under threat
“China’s revenge will be far worse than detaining a Canadian.”
Next up: asking Pelosi permission.
Have fun storming the castle
Trump: “Tremendous reviews.”
On second thought…
You mean Canadians can’t donate to American elections?
“It’s going to be so insulting they’re not going to be able to make a deal.”
Bring it on, Canada
Not as easy as it sounds.
It all started with a tweet.
Have a nice trip. Don’t come again
“It was certainly not going to be sustainable.”
“the terror group views the attacker as having been ***inspired*** by their propaganda, rather than someone they trained in person.”
And by “we” I mean the consumer
A calm, rational response
“The department has not ruled any motivation out, including terrorism…”
A spiny problem
“I stand by my decision to ask the patron to remove his hat,”
Crime and punishment.
Go for it
“The president might get upset with us as United States senators!”
“I own that, that was my mistake, those were my words.”
The worm is turning
That’ll go over well.
“That Canada could be considered a national security threat to the United States is inconceivable.”
“the Trans Mountain pipeline…will begin a planned expansion this summer.”
Keep on plucking that chicken, Prime Minister
That’s your problem now
“I would certainly go to war over nuclear weapons.”
Sort of what we’re already doing, only more