1. Why before graduating did you leave Engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal? Did you flunk out?
2. Why before graduating did you leave environmental geography at McGill University? Did you flunk out?
3. After your professional acting career of playing Major Talbot Mercer Papineau in “The Great War” how is the acting gig working out?
4. Why did you leave your teaching job after less than two years?
5. Other than cashing in on your Daddy’s name in politics and cashing in your trust fund what else do you think you are good at?
Let's see, my best guesses based on what we know:
1. Probably didn't enjoy it, wanted to go into the humanities
2. He went into politics, that's why. Couldn't devote the time needed to complete it
3. He had one acting gig. He dabbled in lots of stuff without committing to a single career, much like his dad
4. I guess teaching wasn't for him
5. He could probably have succeeded in lots of areas, those areas that he dabbled in but didn't fully commit to. That doesn't make him a failure.
So again, I ask, how do you know he failed at it?
Yes, Pierre was a deeper thinker more of an intellectual but does that automatically make him a poorer Prime Minister? I don't think so. Pierre wasn't much of a manager of people, was pretty arrogant and dismissive. Justin definitely has a higher emotional intelligence which counts for something in that job.
It is pathetic and embarrassing to Canada when your Prime Minister’s biggest political “electability” asset is his last name.
You clearly weren't in Canada because no one in Canada would say that Justin beat Harper because of his name. As with most aging governments, Harper defeated himself and Justin offered more compelling reason to vote for him. If he arrogantly suggested that he was entitled to be PM because of his name, he would have received the drubbing he would have richly deserved. More proof you know increasingly less about your home country with every passing day.
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