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Paul Bakhmut
Helping create a freer, more advanced and prosperous Alberta.
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Paul Bakhmut 7h
Replying to @subloke
Because in a democracy, people keep the government in check, not the other way around.
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Paul Bakhmut 8h
Photo of the day: Leader of the Green Party of Alberta Romy Tittel showing off her Porsche SUV. Vroom vroom!
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Paul Bakhmut 12h
Minister Jansen spent most of the Calgary-Lougheed debate on her cellphone filming the attendees. I asked Minister Jansen why she was doing this. This was her response:
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Paul Bakhmut 12h
Very odd to see Minister Jansen filming the attendees of the Calgary-Lougheed debate. What is the purpose of this filmmaking project?
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Neil Zeller Dec 9
'Holiday Train in Calgary'. My 2017 Holiday Train prints are for sale at . As always 25% of every sale is donated to Canada Food Banks.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 9
One of the best parts of doorknocking is meeting new Canadians who are so grateful and excited to live in Canada. And who wouldn’t be? Such an amazing country!
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 9
It’s +12C outside and the support for restoring the Alberta Advantage has never been warmer.
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Lindsay Shepherd Dec 6
Investigation has begun and the plot thickens. There is no documentation of any ‘complaint.’ The concern could’ve been discussed face-to-face with Rambukkana, sure. But with no evidence, how will I ever know what was truly said by the complainant?
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 9
Dec 9, 1953 – General Electric announces that all communist employees will be discharged from the company.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Ludwig van Bitcoin.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @GuardOfForever
Just like dental care is not an accident, dental insurance is not real insurance. For the most part, it’s just a deferred payment plan, where coverage more or less equals premiums.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
And what do you prefer? Hoarding other people’s resources?
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
Let’s be clear here. Are we talking about helping people or stealing from others to cover your own bills?
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
I need some dental work. Are you compassionate enough to pay for it?
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
^^ and this is why it is a terrible idea. Why on Earth would anyone want that? If you want to pay other people’s dental bills no one is stopping you right now.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
Who is going to pay for that?
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Replying to @dameyers
No.
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Paul Bakhmut Dec 8
Policy suggestion: require sponsors of privately sponsored refugees to buy a dental plan/insurance. This is a foreseeable problem that can be prevented.
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Brookings Dec 7
Almost half of Fortune 500 companies were founded by American immigrants or their children:
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