Most slogans aren’t serious. Like Ford’s “Quality is Job One,” despite making the faulty Pinto, and deciding it was cheapter to settle lawsuits than recall it. Or Microsoft’s, “Where Do You Want to Go Today?”, which is a rhetorical question, since they give you whatever they want to, since they have a monopoly.
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- Claim of right to defense of property repealed in Canada
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- An obviously bogus mental health cost projection
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- Justin Trudeau’s false frame of borrowing with interest to invest in infrastructure now
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