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Even their energies lie?


 

Psychics assess the political landscape.

“The way things are going right now, it is going to happen and it will probably be in November,” said Debbie Cameron, an empathic psychic from Ontario. “I pick up on energies, and when you are dealing with politicians, I get half truths and it makes it really hard to pinpoint. But when I put all those half truths together that’s when I find the truth, and that’s why I say November.”


 

Even their energies lie?

  1. You are quoting psychics now, one step up from politicians.

  2. One step up from politicians, two steps up from pundits, and three steps up from blog commenters ;-)

  3. One step up from politicians, two steps up from pundits, three steps up from blog commenters, and four steps up from anonymous blog commenters. Heh.

    Oooops.

    • only 3.5 i the anon commentator has a sense of humour i reckon tho….

  4. The key is to find a former pundit with psychic abilityies to run for office!

    • anonymously.

  5. Maybe they don't run because they can predict their own loss….

    • It's tough for psychics in Ottawa; the best they can hope for is a job applying makeup and holding the door open for politicians (well, ONE politician at least).

  6. Oh fer chrissakes. And the media wonders why it is often held in such disdain. Continuing to publish astrology columns and quoting psychics… Spare us.

    • Don't ya love it when anonymous commenters show up and demand that media blogs only talk about topics deemed by the commenter to be important?

      • Actually Mr./Ms. Out (if that is, in fact, your real name) I think customer feedback, such as blog comments, on the topics Maclean's emphasizes is completely justified. If Maclean's wants my eyeballs to see the ads they post with the blogs, they should be responsive to customer criticism regarding any crap they post. Such as anything about psychics, astrology, Mark Steyn, etc.

        • However, I have noticed that postings that get the most customer criticism about the crap they post also generate the most traffic.

  7. Hmmm.. a "stranger going through" as our next PM? How intriguing! I wish Rollande had told us more…an unexpected leadership convention? A brand new party? A Rhino revival? Natural Law? Then again, this is someone who feels tourism will be a major election issue.

  8. By the way, I knew you would all say what you all just said. It was in the cards.

    • By the way, I knew you were going to say that we woud say all what we just said. And please don't claim that you knew that I was going to say that I knew you were going to say that we woud say all what we just said, because the cards just aren't that powerful.

      • Wow, CR, you got the same deck I did? No fair! Madam Visiontencia upstairs from the massage parlor told me my purchase was of the last remaining set. All of a sudden I feel I might have overpaid for it…

        • We both overpaid. Turns out the deck was only useful for predicting what people would say. It wasn't good at predicting more practical things, like lottery numbers.

          • Madam V was willing to sell me that super-special foolproof lotto deck, but I found her price to be a bit steep ($58 million). If only I had better faith, just imagine how much richer I'd be now… Sigh…

          • With Madame V's faith, you'd think she'd have used it herself. Well, perhaps it's not her fault that she couldn't. She told me that the half-truths and negative energies emanating from Canadian politicians were clouding her psychic vision and causing her predictions to be inaccurate.

          • Huh, she told me she did use it, several times, and gave away all her winnings to some poor widow of a former Nigerian bank vice president. It sounded legit…

    • By the way, I knew you were going to say that we woud all say what we just said. And please don't claim that you knew that I was going to say that I knew you were going to say that we woud all say what we just said, because the cards just aren't that powerful.

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