GPersonem@il

Dear Santa,

Or Canadian Time magazines man ( oops newsmaker) of the year. Now I done it no Christmas for me.
all I want for Christmas is ;
1. a fifty percent pay cut (from 2007 level) to federal mp’s base pay to not include (2006 level) ministers pay.PMO should keep present 2006 pay rate plus 2007 increase.Then all members incl. PMO pay linked to national average pay increase after inflation to include pay decreases in such cases as they do occur nationally.2. California like emission standards for auto makers and industry and to kill Canada’s part in the Kyoto protocol dead a priority for u.Sorry but 0.6 degree climate change in one century is not evidence of global warming.We do need cleaner air and should still work to lower co2, and sustainable and alternative fuel and clean air management.Toronto needs to recycle better and take care of its own garbage instead of trucking it down the highway to their neighbours. Why don’t they incinerate it at the coal fired hydro plant.With maximum air containment.3.lower payroll taxes(all) (a business cost) by fifty per cent while eliminating corporate welfare one hundred per cent incl. the public funding of any commercial media broadcaster and the Catholic church (a possible hate crime).4.the Quebecois are foreigners in need of work visas to hold public office incl. Stephane Dion.5.do your job member of parliament its what your paid to do, ie.( *enforce Canada labour ministry and revenue law * ) which you are not doing at this time.
Thankyou.
Sincerely,
Blanks57,
“Bloggs in Boots”

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December 18, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The loyalists

If a tree falls in the forest does anyone hear?

December 18, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Cowardly

Dear member of parliament,
Did any of you actually have to swear this oath or this something no longer required, note below ?
Just curious because I hear rumours that this government intends to hand Canada over to the United States by 2007, as if that isn’t bad enough I found this, note below;
I know they have only been in office less than a year and already the Quebecois are a nation and in two or three weeks we’ll all be Americans .
That could be good for something atleast if you are an American this will no longer apply to you.
Of course if your an American, Canada’s parliament should no longer apply either or any of the rules that govern this country.
Honestly your actions and/or inactions are that of cowards quite frankly.

Section 128 of the Constitution Act, 1867 indicates as follows:

Every member of the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Governor General or some Person authorized by him, and every Member of a Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly of any Province shall before the Lieutenant Governor of the Province or some Person authorized by him, the Oath of Allegiance contained in the Fifth Schedule to this Act; .
The oath set out in the Fifth Schedule reads as follows:
I, A.B. do swear, That I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to Her Majesty… [Elizabeth II].
According to the Sixth Edition of Beauchesne’s Rules & Forms of the House of Commons of Canada:
Should a member violate his oath he [or she] would be amenable to the penalty of not being allowed to sit in the House of Commons. He [or she] may be suspended from taking part in the sittings while still remaining a member of Parliament, or, in a case of extreme gravity, a Bill might be passed to annul his election…
The power of dealing with treason is inherent in the Parliament of every country.

Maybe you were a little to busy with same sex marriage and “equal rights” to have noticed.

December 16, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

CBC and the Catholic Church, go together like ….. love and marriage ?

they are both funded with public tax dollars.
So ?
So the Catholic Church is a tax exempt charity and the CBC is a tax funded public broadcaster that runs commercials.
So ?
So this smells like “corporate welfare” .

What next a food bank for Bombardier executives ?

This must be what is meant by “corporate welfare bums” ?

Is that why people spend forty hours a week working to pay half there gross in taxes and support the food bank, so business executives have enough to eat and Catholics can afford plaid mini skirts ?

December 16, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Your Greenhouse gives me gases.

Talk of greenhouse gases causing “global warming” because of “a 0.6 degree Celsius increase in temperature over the last century” is giving me gas.
You should be more concerned with pollution in general especially ground level air pollution and the ten tin cans and thirteen plastic bottles and plastic wrappers your throwing into the garbage every day and where that ends up and why Toronto has to spend hundreds of millions of dollars transporting their garbage to other communities for burial each year.
Want to worry about the environment worry about what your doing and stop claiming to know the “evidence” and “facts” just to support your pet billion dollar welfare project(s).
Trough panderer.
Which you think is going to be good for future generations.
Except 0.6 degree Cecilius rise in global temperature over a century can not be evidence of a “global warming” !
In fact that should be evidence of the fact that there is no global warming.
The only trouble is “the experts” will come out with a new expert opinion in a hour or two anyway.
So just give them the fifty billion dollars they need today and their make rich carbon credit stock exchange and be done with it.
No big deal.
It’s only taxes.

Just add it to Canada’s already over stressed debt load which “the experts” all agree is no concern to you because they don’t take into into consideration your personal debt load or tax load or the fact that you are responsible for paying the interest and principle on that debt and the same time national health care, national military, pandering funds for the Quebecois and now “global warming” and national child day care.

Moody’s expert among “experts” wouldn’t call Nortel a good investment while it went from a $100.00 a share to .53 cents a share either would they?

December 16, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stockwell Day should not be in parliament.

Because he is involved in some secret business with foriegners, or is he, you should find out.
Find out if he or any other elected members have broken their oath sworn when they took public office.

December 16, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

As big as the "New World Order"

The federally regulated trucking industry specifically labour and revenue standards are not applied fairly or legally by the ministries of labour and revenue.
Maybe when Canada becomes a part of the USA, so I hear, this won’t be a concern any longer.
I doubt that since American labour law is more lax than ours.
Canada’s law isn’t lax at all it could be improved for sure but the labour unions and lazy politicians work hand in hand to prevent that from happening.
Including the unionised employees of Canada’s ministry’s (from personal experiance).

December 16, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are you stealing from me ?

Subject: It is getting close to Christmas. Merry Christmas. Can I still say that ?
December 15, 2006
Dear member of parliament for *-*, * * * .*.,
I have been working in the federally regulated trucking industry (with some time spent as a taxi driver) in Canada for over twenty years now.
Some things have changed for the better over this time including improvements in equipment due mostly to the Harris government crack down on unsafe commercial vehicles and enforcement of the hours of service regulations, which I would like to say has not brought any financial hardship to the workers in this industry but rather improved working conditions and better compensation in my opinion.
Unfortunately some employers, actually many, try to skirt around the law especially when it comes to some labour practises.
Such as the hiring of temporary employees for more than six months or laying “temps.” off only to rehire, then layoff again and rehire and the hiring of “owner operators” and leasing of commercial vehicles to drivers in order to avoid the responsibility of most of Canada’s other employers have as employers, I say other but I really can not think of any except for some provincially regulated Taxi employers who commit these same illegal and in some cases criminal practises.
What can you as my member of parliament do about these illegal practises of some employers who without the enforcement of existing labour and revenue law will and do persist in these fraudulent and criminal (failing to deduct and remit income taxes) practises ?
I literally see no future for myself in this industry as long as these “bastard” employers are allowed to go on unchecked and even accomplissed by the federal government.
Maybe if you wait a little longer though this should no longer be “your problem” since it sounds like a federal election is not far off, also because this government may be working with some rogue elements in our society along with some present and ex politicians to insure that this country shall become a part of the United States of America termed “North America Union” to take place within the next five years.
Surely hope you won’t wait that long though.
Stockwell Day m.p. minister of public safety would know more about this than I or should.
Maybe you should ask without forgeting my problem please.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*,Ontario, Canada

December 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Liberals lead Conservatives in Quebec (may it be so for all time)

Though this may mean more pandering from our government to ensure that the Quebecois get even more support from you Ontario and Alberta taxpayer.
Some things haven’t changed much. Hi Brian Mulroney.
With the support that the Conservatives have in the west they only need to satisfy Ontario to ensure a victory and I would add the great possibility of a majority from whence “Quebec” should receive much of what it has “been askin for”.
All in favour, say Ontario voters vote for tax cuts to “the working poor” and cuts to corporate welfare and that James Flaherty would make a great back bencher.
Sorry I’m really not sure who we like for finance, Paul Martin minus the Quebec vi’s. missing money “issue”.
Monte Solberg but he’s “a little young” and maybe some conflict with his “heritage” ?

?

Sorry I’m all Blanks.

I’ll dredge on google.

My list of favourites (after googling) for finance minister if there should happen to be an opening are;
I reserve the right to update my choice in the event of any further information.

1.Breitkreuz, Garry

Tied for second place are Diane Ablonzcy and Bev Oda.

My reasons are to many to list from “a shortage of qualified minority and woman mp’s” to conflicts and those most qualified.

I think Stockwell Day would make a super back bench mp as long as he has no direct influence or connection with any minister or ministry, whatsoever. Same goes for any elected member of Canada’s parliaments who supports a “new world order” or “American Union” which may be contrary to the Constitution and the law.

Section 128 of the Constitution Act, 1867 indicates as follows:

Every member of the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Governor General or some Person authorized by him, and every Member of a Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly of any Province shall before the Lieutenant Governor of the Province or some Person authorized by him, the Oath of Allegiance contained in the Fifth Schedule to this Act; .

The oath set out in the Fifth Schedule reads as follows:

I, A.B. do swear, That I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to Her Majesty… [Elizabeth II].

According to the Sixth Edition of Beauchesne’s Rules & Forms of the House of Commons of Canada:

Should a member violate his oath he [or she] would be amenable to the penalty of not being allowed to sit in the House of Commons. He [or she] may be suspended from taking part in the sittings while still remaining a member of Parliament, or, in a case of extreme gravity, a Bill might be passed to annul his election…

December 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

They were elected in 2006 !

By 2007 have caused this to occur or so the story goes,

Mel Hurtig, the founder of the Council of Canadians, and also a variety of other reliable sources including veteran CNN anchor Lou Dobbs, now reveal that senior elected representatives and advisors to the Conservative Party, are currently planning a scheme that would hand over Canada to the Bush regime by 2007. The official name for this scheme, is called “North American Union”.

Sorry I really don’t think that Stephen Harper works miracles though compared to the previous twelve years one might be forgiven for the confusion.

“They set up a Task Force that had John Manley as a co-chair.”

What’s worse committing the “crime” or trying to blame it on someone else, especially something this serious ?

Liberals hiding behind terms such as “socially progressive” are as socially regressive as the Bloc Quebecois with 5 steps forward to accomplish 1 back.

December 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Did you get frostbite

During the recent bought of “global warming” brought on by the “0.6 degree Celsius rise in temperature during the last century” ?

If so, you might consider suing.

December 14, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Scoop’n Columbus "North American Union" – ‘God save the Queen’ Part lll

‘ The motive for U.S. participation, according to Mr. Hurtig, was “to gain access and control Canada’s extensive natural resources, including oil and water.” ‘

‘Mr. Hurtig said the “secret meeting was designed to undermine the democratic process.” In addition, the reported Agenda undermines the Statutory position of Her Majesty the Queen of Canada, as the constitutional expression of a Canada independent from the U.S.’

I don’t think this is democratic and seems led by “big business” and possibly corrupt (ex) politicians (John Manley) with the support and knowledge of some elected leader(s) (Paul Martin m.p.).

‘ “Canadian constitutional and related law is quite clear that any such effort by elected members of a government to subvert the political authority of the Government of Canada, constitutes breach of a Parliamentary Allegiance of Office, and broadly treason.’

A really big event,

“the biggest story of the century”.

I would say the biggest news story since 1492 A.D.

Not that I intend to “scoop” ” The News” ,
this has been sitting around gathering dust for quite some time.
There is no conspiracy.
I know because I heard a prominent politician of the 1990’s say so on several occasions and recently in 2005 while Paul Martin was PM I did hear Stockwell Day m.p. with one of Canada’s military brass speaking of a “New World Order” on national television.
Was the prominent Liberal politician of the 90’s lieing ?
Or was Stockwell Day m.p. “smoking something” ?
Who can tell ?
Section 128 of the Constitution Act, 1867 indicates as follows:

Every member of the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Governor General or some Person authorized by him, and every Member of a Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly of any Province shall before the Lieutenant Governor of the Province or some Person authorized by him, the Oath of Allegiance contained in the Fifth Schedule to this Act; .

The oath set out in the Fifth Schedule reads as follows:

I, A.B. do swear, That I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to Her Majesty… [Elizabeth II].

According to the Sixth Edition of Beauchesne’s Rules & Forms of the House of Commons of Canada:
Should a member violate his oath he [or she] would be amenable to the penalty of not being allowed to sit in the House of Commons. He [or she] may be suspended from taking part in the sittings while still remaining a member of Parliament, or, in a case of extreme gravity, a Bill might be passed to annul his election…

The power of dealing with treason is inherent in the Parliament of every country. ‘

December 14, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Is Mary the Mother of God ?

Subject: “Mary is the Mother of God”.
cc: OHRC
December11 (13) ,2006
Dear * * * * m.p.,
This must be the reason our governments including Canada’s federal government continue to support and publicly fund a tax exempt “charity” illegally with public tax dollars, the Catholic Church.
I thought it illegal for government to support religion, by decree of the human rights commission and the law.
Correct me if I’m wrong.
Should the government of Ontario be forced to pay back to tax payers the monies spent on Catholic schools over the last forty years for two good reasons especially the public funding of a tax a exempt charity which I’m sure is illegal and obviously because this contravenes human rights law .
Could you find out for me please if this practise is illegal (tax funding a tax exempt charity), apart from the obvious human rights offence, and if so what can be done about this criminal behaviour ?
Please do reply.
Yours Truly,
*
* * * *
*, Ontario, Canada

Not bad for a grade six grad eh

Maybe someday I’ll be as smart as a member of parliament

I won’t hold my breath.

That was a crude comment i just heard from someone.

Nothing like Bill Graham m.p. and your all a bunch of Nazi’s comment though.

“It hasn’t been a week since Bill Graham opened his mouth wide enough to stick his foot inside and likened the Conservative Party to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels, and predictably the mainstream media is nowhere to be found.”

December 13, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

It’s a simple question

Subject: Are you a Quebecois or Canadian citizen ?

Dear member of parliament for ** **,

Why are “the Quebecois”, now a nation, not being asked, rather demanded, to leave Canada’s federal parliament immediately and offices, including the RCMP, CSIS and Canada’s military?

Could you reply to this simple question please.

By email is acceptable.

Sincerely,
* *
* * * *
*, Ontario, Canada

December 13, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Ok Ok could we stop now

Talking about democracy in this country when seventy percent of the population are denied a voice in parliament.

Over 90% of the members of parliament voted to make the Quebecois a nation while 70% of Canadians were against doing this or legalising same-sex marriage. Two recent examples among many others.

Are the majority of Canadians racist ?

Is this democracy ?

Should the word democracy even be used in this country when refering to our governments ?

Especially when the Quebecois are no longer citizens of Canada or are they duel citizens, if so, can we see their passports or legal documents please ?

If the Quebecois are now a nation why are they not being asked or demanded to leave Canada’s parliaments and offices, ministry’s, RCMP, CSIS and the military ?

????

December 13, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Tax funding separate schools.

Or just Catholic separate schools ?
Not that there’s anything wrong with that !

At least according to the federal government, Ontario’s courts and the Ontario government.

Tax funding religion, gotta wonder why the human rights commission isn’t all over that when it’s not even legal to teach religion in the rest of Ontario’s publicly funded schools ?

???

The courts and “human rights’ commission have spoken.

December 9, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Canada’s ministry of Labour owes me some sum.

It seems that due to the inabality to read a one page definition of hours of work Is. 002.

That the ministry of Labour is responsible for some money owed to myself.

some some

December 9, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stocking stuffer

$127,ooo ooo.oo spent w/out reciepts plus $45,ooo.oo spent on unapproved credit =

$3,ooo,ooo.oo severance package and a merry Christmas from your friendly Ontario tax payer.

Uppity date:

Our Ontario mpp’s have elected to give themselves a twenty five percent pay raise the vote to held before Christmas.

See they can get things done quickly and efficiently when they want to.

December 9, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

There’s no snow anywhere and it’s so warm outside !

Dr. Suzuki has to find skiers competing in Europe to ensure global warming still exists.

Glaciers are cyclical Dr. Suzuki knows that .

It’s tuff when you have to go half way across the globe to find what ain’t.

It ain’t here that’s for sure.

We have been cold from one end of this country to the other including the southern most part (where I live) which is usually mild this time of year and lots of snow.

Still two weeks until winter this is still autumn.

I’d be checking for global cooling if I was the great one.

Why doesn’t Dr. Suzuki stay home then he would know that “Global Warming” is just a fantasy,
of his.

Cuz he might lose some financing if “Global Warming” disappeared as it seems is the case on the North American continent.

December 9, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Constitutional democracy and you

If the constitution is over ruled for the rights of the few and the law is used to do so you are left with no rule or law and your “freedom” could be left to those who have no respect for any rule and “democracy” is really just a rumour.

Ready for your pipe doc ?

Haven’t I heard that before somewhere ? scratch scratch

December 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Why don’t all provinces demand the same ?

Canada is supposed to be a federal democracy not just a group of separate democracy’s for the rich (Alberta) and french (Quebec) and famous (Newfies).

Personally I think Ontario should shed its “Liberal” ness and walk away. Ontario don’t need to ask or commit to threats and sedition and treason (as seems the case presently).

How is Ontario’s militia being fed these days ?

Or how many of Canada’s soldiers are from Ontario and how many of them would rather walk away than fight ?

Let Quebec keep the hat but not the silverware I would even let them keep the city of Ottawa if you let me move it across the canal.

I’d use a couple tractors some demo stuff and a barge.

Give me two weeks and some free labour from Canada’s federaly regulated employment pool (the unemployable).

December 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stupid is as stupid does

CBC Radio

Why do we fund with public tax dollars a national broadcaster that plays foreign broadcasts five hours a night and more on the weekends ?

If you don’t have national programing to play then pull the plug, go home, get a job and stop spending my taxes to support foriegn broadcasting in this nation.

The international program schedule is:

Weekdays:
1:05 Radio Netherlands 2:05 Radio Sweden and Radio Australia 3:05 Channel Africa and BBC World Service 4:05 Deutsche Welle and Radio Polonia 5:05 Radio Australia, Radio Prague, Deutsche Welle and Voice of Russia Weekends 1:05 Radio Netherlands 2:05 Radio Prague and Voice of Russia 3:05 Radio Sweden and BBC World Service 4:05 Deutsche Welle 5:05 Radio Australia

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

fire "the stink’n jew", please.

December 07,2006

Subject: might a man have a last request ?

Dear minister of heritage and woman,

Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Sorry it’s just that this (your) title seems to smack of some kind of sexist drool, racism.

Heritage AND Woman hmm.

Anyway I was wishing to make a last request now that it seems your government is doomed.

Not a federally regulated tobacco stick.

I get my own from the reserve for fifteen a carton (200 sticks) thanks .

(though not exactly from the reserve don’t ask me I can’t tell you that)

They might be illegal for all I know.

But I’m sure that shouldn’t concern the minister of heritage and woman though I do understand that you are minister responsible for the CBC.

Is it possible that the CBC should not be receiving public funds while running commercials on there TV programs.

It is wrong though I do appreciate the CBC really, I do not believe it should be running commercials while acting as a public broadcaster.

This should be illegal but in the mean time could you please stop publicly funding this commercial media outlet ?

Or even more preferably is it possible that the CBC could STOP running commercials on its public broadcasts and could you please fire the Jew in charge of the CBC.

Sorry it’s not that I consider myself superior to Jews or anything but there are so many Jews involved in the media that at least you could appoint a none Jew surely that is like putting Jack Layton NDP m.p. in charge of labour .

Just as a final request before the holidays.

Actually that’s two requests possibly one for Christmas and one for my birthday *, *.

Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

i could be a jew too, eh

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"nice to see some things haven’t changed"

“and Martin’s pledge to deal with what he calls a democratic deficit. Martin has repeatedly publicly stated that he sees federal power in Canada as being too centralized and unaccountable,”

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"in the House of Commons"

don’t bring this outside Mr. Graham .

You might be labelled a hate criminal and arrested for such remarks by some of us possibly as many as 70% or more that didn’t vote for you or your Party.

Spoooky stuff dude (what’s the politically correct term for dude) dood ? doody ?, howdy, doo doo ?

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Treason maybe can I wait til Christmas to decide ?

December 07, 2006
Dear member of parliament * * m.p., *-*,
It seems that you have today held a vote in the house of commons which should if fails bring with it the dissolution of your government and resignation of its leader the prime minister, unless I am mistaken.
News just in off the Internet it seems your motion to reopen debate on same sex marriage has failed.
While needing a new leader is not a good time to call an election it seems that you are “stuck between a rock and hard place”.
Some of “us” believe that the motion to make law the Quebecois a nation over 70% of Canadians, does cross the line into a area which I believe should concern the law ie.an act of treason.
Of course I do not expect the leader of any of the opposition or the leader of government to be rushing out to have themselves charged with a grave criminal offence.
Perhaps you should take it upon yourself brave citizen and member of parliament to ensure that the concerns of your constituency are all addressed including this.
It has been brought to my attention that treason is defined in the Canada criminal code and that rather than waiting for a public servant to address an “issue” which some believe is a matter of national security ….. I just don’t know when your going to stop doing the same things as governments previous, it is too late now, time to pack up and get on with selecting a new leader and calling an election.
I’ll check into the statute of limitations regarding treason against the federal government of Canada while your packing.
Yours Truly,
*
* * * *
*, Ontario, Canada

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

lot & potty of em

Would “Georgy porgy” not have his way some day ?

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Dear Jack "ass",

Seventy per cent of Canadians could not be wrong could they ?

“We have long supported this concept, because it is a question of respect for our fellow citizens who live in Quebec.
As well, we have found that there has been a huge lack of respect for Quebeckers in past years. There are many examples of this: the scandals, when people sought support in Quebec with unacceptable behaviour
or with a right-wing policy—not a social democratic policy
that reflects Quebeckers‘ values
—a bellicose policy that does not reflect the sort of society in which the vast majority of Quebeckers want to live.”

Ya, their own society apart from Canadian law and Constitution which you have committed treason in supporting.

You may wish to argue that but I think a court of law is where your rebuttal should be heard and not a court of public opinion.

That’s just me though eh and seventy percent of Canada that did not support your vote to call the “Quebecois a nation”.

In your defence it was the “politically correct” thing to do.

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

the Aristotelian corpus

and the left bank win again though their time is shortened by virtue of their deluded victory

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Just reading the news

Noting how the motion to make “the Quebecoi” “a nation” “means nothing” !

How’s my grade six education, i know my spelling and grammar are pathetic good thing for spell check.

I think my teacher didn’t have the heart to fail me, as i did recieve a grade eight diploma, or the ability to teach but that’s a nuther story.

…… black superman
“In times of war, we need somebody raw. Rally the troops, like a saint that we can trust to help us carry through.”
— Tupac Amaru Shakur (T.I.P)

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

dont whuup me massa !

Let’s vote freely and fairly while we are a minority surrounded by the same members who just voted to make same sex marriage the law in contravention of Canada’s Constitution.

Six Conservative cabinet ministers, are reportedly ready to vote against the government motion to revisit same-sex marriage according to a survey by The Globe and Mail.

Look out runaway Canadian freight train carrying 30, 000, 000 passengers.

Passengers ride on passenger trains and cattle are carried by freight trains, so ?

CTV.ca News Staff

After debating late into the night, MPs will vote Thursday on a controversial motion to revisit debate on same-sex marriage.

However, it appears to have little chance of passing when it goes to the vote.

More than 170 MPs, including six Conservative cabinet ministers, are reportedly ready to vote against the government motion to revisit same-sex marriage, according to a survey by The Globe and Mail.

These numbers are well above the 154 votes needed to defeat the Conservative motion asking the government to restore the traditional definition of marriage.

The newspaper’s numbers are taken from surveys by advocates of homosexual unions and supported by interviews with individual MPs.

The motion calls on the government ”to introduce legislation to restore the traditional definition of marriage without affecting civil unions and while respecting existing same-sex marriages.”

More than 12,000 gay couples across Canada have already wed.

Conservative House Leader Rob Nicholson launched Wednesday’s debate in defence of his government’s position.

“This is completely consistent with what we told the Canadian people we would do,” he said. “We’re fulfilling that promise.”

The cabinet ministers who are expected to vote against the motion include Treasury Board President John Baird, Trade Minister David Emerson, Indian Affairs Minister Jim Prentice and International Co-operation Minister Josée Verner.

Former Liberal cabinet minister Bill Graham dismissed the motion as a shoddy ”smoke screen” meant to sow political division.

”It’s a manoeuvre designed to divide the House and the nation on an issue that’s been decided.”

Graham said the only way for the government to restore the traditional definition is to use the Constitution’s notwithstanding clause, which allows governments to override the Charter. Harper has said he would not do that.

Both Harper and new Liberal Leader Stephane Dion have said they will allow their MPs to vote their conscience.

But the Bloc Quebecois and NDP are expected to require their MPs to reject the motion, meaning there is virtually no way it will pass.

Dion doesn’t support reopening the divisive debate, but he worried that imposing party discipline would hand the Conservatives more leverage on the issue.

A handful of Liberal MPs support revisiting the same-sex issue, and would have to be disciplined if they acted out of step with a whipped vote.

But Dion made it clear that if the motion had gone directly to strike down same-sex marriage, he would have whipped the caucus because the unions are protected by the Charter of Rights.

Last year, 32 Liberal MPs voted against the same-sex marriage law.

Laurie Arron, national co-ordinator of Canadians for Equal Marriage, argues that it is time to move on.

“I think it’s quite clear that Parliament is poised to defeat this divisive motion and this will be the third vote in three years in three different parliaments under three different prime ministers,” Arron said, appearing on CTV’s Canada Am on Thursday.

“And it’s quite clear that Canadians are quite opposed to reopening this measure, that there’s a growing consensus, that the issue is settled,” he said.

But even if the motion is denied, it is unlikely the issue will be put to rest, said Canada Family Action Coalition President Charles McVety.

McVety is calling for a study that will impact the definition of marriage on all people, including heterosexual couples and clergy.

“We still need to do that study and this is just measuring the temperature of this Parliament. This Parliament’s not going to last very long,” he said.

“There’s going to be an election soon. There will be another Parliament, and this issue will come up once again in the next Parliament.”

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Leave it to the "socially progressive"

To give us the good news now that Conservatives are in office !

I wonder where these “social progressives” were while all this was going on during Paul Martin and presumably Jean Chretien’s reigns as “Vicar” and “Sovereign’s” of this fabulous free “democracy” called Canada.

December 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Thomas d’Aquino.

Who is this fellow and does he not fear the prison for men at Kingston Ontario ?

Or is he “Above the Law” ?

Stephen Seagal (American) would not approve.

Bus t a crak ka ghe tt a ho

Dear member of parliament ** m.p.,

Who is Thomas d’Aquino and why is someone who is unelected making foreign policy for this nation ?

I demand a public inquirey.

Yours Truly,
* *
*
*, Ontario, Canada

No pill popp’n please.

“In Canada, this is being pushed by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) led by Thomas d’Aquino.” “Our member CEOs represent all sectors of the Canadian economy. The companies they lead collectively administer close to C$2.5 trillion in assets, have annual revenues of more than C$600 billion, and are responsible for the vast majority of Canada’s exports, investment, research and development, and training. ” “They set up a Task Force that had John Manley as a co-chair.” “In the USA, it is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).” “The Elites do not really want the public to be discussing this issue, that is why Lou Dobbs is the only MSM that has mentioned this on air.” {Maybe because those involved could face criminal charges by certain if it were known that they did persue a charter other than of there own perspective nation or in controvention thereof.}

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

CCCP "the good ol Days"

“In Canada, this is being pushed by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) led by Thomas d’Aquino.”

“Our member CEOs represent all sectors of the Canadian economy. The companies they lead collectively administer close to C$2.5 trillion in assets, have annual revenues of more than C$600 billion, and are responsible for the vast majority of Canada’s exports, investment, research and development, and training. “

“They set up a Task Force that had John Manley as a co-chair.”

“In the USA, it is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).”

“The Elites do not really want the public to be discussing this issue, that is why Lou Dobbs is the only MSM that has mentioned this on air.”

{Maybe because those involved could face criminal charges by certain if it were known that they did persue a charter other than of there own perspective nation or in controvention thereof.}

Re: Canada’s criminal code definition of treason.

Courtesy, Alberta Spectator

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

What’s this then, eh. I wonder what (a) reads ?

Pursuant to Section 46 (2) of the Canadian Criminal Codes “Every one commits treason in Canada, when someone (b) without lawful authority, communicates or makes available to an agent of a state other than Canada, military or scientific information or any sketch, plan, model, article, note or document of a military or scientific character that he knows or ought to know may be used by that state for a purpose prejudicial to the safety or defence of Canada

,” the Stephen Harper government has executed treason. If that has indeed occurred, then the Stephen Harper government, if it has any semblance of integrity, must surrender its authority to the Governor-General acting on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen of Canada, toward new Federal Election.

Or I presume face a military court martial.

Which of course would not be directed at the discretion of Canada but that of her majesty.

Maybe there need to be more discussion of this matter with minister of public safety Stockwell Day mp .

Which should include some past and present members of parliament such as:

Jean Chretien, Bill Graham, Brian Mulroney, Joe Clark, Kim Campbell, John Turner and Paul Martin, before the Canadian public regarding this most serious circumstance.

I’m sure at the direction the Queens court these would only be more than willing to appear on camera before a public hearing in light of credible evidence.

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

How pathetic can you be

anyway ?

“The demand came as MPs debated a Conservative motion to introduce legislation to restore the traditional definition of marriage while respecting existing same-sex marriages.”

While respecting existing same-sex marriages.

There was no respect offered to existing man and wife marriages when you changed the constitutional definition of marriage the first time.

What are you mentaly deficient ?

This must be what is meant by “neo”

Though I personally would not consider what I’m seeing and hearing as being very Conservative, small or large c .

Rather neo liberal more closely aligned to those who follow the “progressive” “conservative” (Liberal) pathogen.

Possibly even evil.

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Promises promises promises promises

Liberal leader promises a free vote free vote, free vote, free vote

Didn’t the Conservatives make a similiar promise before forcing their mp’s to vote for Quebecois nation hood just a few weeks ago ?

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Neo-Conservative cock suckers"

My regress to K-Dough,

I didn’t know that you meant that literally, I thought you were just being insulting to a certain group or definable segment of our society until hearing James Moore “Conservative” M.P. on the T.V. this morning.

K-Dough seems to no longer be with us in the blogoshere, I do understand, Harper’s in charge, John Baird is a federal Minister and K-Dough is in hiding.

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

vel Putsch

December 06, 2006
Dear member of parliament, *-* * *,
Unless I am mistaken our government has already voted on the illegal definition of marriage and did pass this illegal motion into law.If you remember Paul Martin mp was prime minister of Canada only a year ago that a vote was held in Canada’s house of commons to make law this unconstitutional and illegal definition of marriage.You don’t believe me ?Read the constitution and you will find that marriage was defined as between one man and one woman.Do I need to spell that for you.Are you now going to hold another illegal vote (your second since taking office this year) to insure that this perverse and illegal legislation is enshrined in Canada’s law without amending the constitution, first.You don’t know the Constitution of Canada and that it was actually illegal for the governemnt to pass a law which is unconstitutional ?Are you familiar with some old fashioned words such as the well worn Qu de ta or what about putchz.These are some “old fashioned” words that come to mind for some reason.You should know that two wrongs do not make a right and that playing games while you should be dissolving your pathetic excuse for a government instead of legalizing and inventing new nations within Canada and holding same sex marriage votes which you know you won’t win.”Over seventy percent of Canadians did not approve of making the Quebecois (which is really Quebec if we don’t play with words) a nation.”Too complicated for you ?Maybe you are underpaid and in need of a salary increase as it seems our members of Ontario’s parliament are according to Canada’s Treasury president John Baird mp.I know what does he have to do with the salary’s of Ontario’s parliament ?You tell me then I’ll tell you then we can both say “your fired” together.Conservative MP James Moore told Canada AM Wednesday that his party was bringing the motion to honour a campaign promise.I don’t remember a campaign promise do you ?In short I think your welcome in parliament has worn thin with many Canadians including myself who would rather see Paul Martin mp and Svend Robinson mp and Jack Layton mp in charge of Canada.In other words its time for an election to vote for a new government and not vote to pass illegal and unconstitutional law which has already been illegally voted upon once by you. Why would you want to vote on this again especially now that you are sure to lose the vote to the same criminals who passed this law illegaly and unconstitutionaly the first time.Please stop playing games and call an election so the Canadian people can have their say before your same sex marriage enshrinment vote for the sake of James Moore mp.
Sincerely Yours,
Please go away and join the circus.
* * *
* * *
* *, Ontario, Canada

In other words get lost.
I should reserve forwarding any more of my email to the RCMP which do not involve hate speech and direct evidence of those who commit such heneous crimes.Especially those who do so while in public office.Need a pay raise ?How about a twenty thousand dollar “boost”.I’ll get to work on that for you and see what I can come up with for the New Year.Sorry I just don’t get why we need the games that are being played or why we have to pay you to play them ?I could replace the governing party with myself and make less mess at far lower cost to the taxpayer.

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"my wife is missing"

Bob has one maybe he’ll share his with you Scott.

Or maybe James Moore could find your “wife” for you ?

Hate speech and you’s.

Yu’s should be more careful with yos verbs and nounz.

Now that the RCMP are armed with a hate crimes law partner that could put a member of parliament in jail for those things said outside of the house of commons.

Use guys is sow stupid sumtimze.

My “wife” is missing too Scott but I’m not looking for him/her.

That’s a hole nuther stry thow.

December 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Four thousand five hundred dollars

*
Wow or should I say woe, if I had three kids and a Canadian “Partner” that would cost the government twenty two thousand five hundred dollars a year our for health care.

That is if we used it ?

Though I did visit the doctor for a lingering cold and a few years ago I had numbness in my arm and a tightness in my chest which yet persists mildly. Apparently I’m well and was informed by the doctor at London’s Victoria Health Science Center (I have heard they no longer call themselves a Health Science Center and do now prefer to call themselves a hospital again though I think shit hole would be more appropriate. The London Health Shit Holes Center) that my x-ray confirmed that my cancer doesn’t show yet.

I presume since I wasn’t given any further advice or direction from said doctor at least I think he was a doctor he said he was a doctor…

? should I have taken his word for it just because he was wearing “the greens?

Who cares now

I’ll carry on in my hot and cold sweats and hope the good “doctor(s)” didn’t miss anything to important.

Especially considering I’m paying them $4,500.00 dollars a year plus the extra taxes I pay and have paid for tobacco products over some thirty plus years.

That’s a whack of health insurance.

Green Cross could only dream.

You would get some very good health insurance for 4,500.00 dollars a year in the U.S. for a single person.

What kind of family health insurance would you get in the U.S. for twenty two thousand five hundred dollars a year ?

ReaL GoooD !

The family rate health insurance cost (without a preexisting condition) in the U.S. for the best health insurance isn’t near as costly.

Sry I don’t have a link for that.

But I did sleep at allot of Motel 6 before they came to Canada.

Holiday Inn Express never seem to be where you need them.

December 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

furious with stupide

Subject: Désolé que ne vous fait pas un traitre ? Or Is one hundred and forty seven thousand dollars a year and a hundred plus thousand for expenses and gold plated pensions after seven years of service enough for this .You may need a raise. All sixteen of you.
December 05, 2006
Dear member of parliament * * m.p. ,
Is it possible that the federal Conservative party could have any thing in common with the Bloc Quebecois now that the Quebecois “are a nation”.
Not to be confused I hope with the Iroquois nation which no longer exists and was placed on reserves by the federal government of Canada (Britian) who’s treaties still exist as a part of the first nations.
I can not think of one single issue that the Bloc Quebecois and this government could possibly agree on knowing that the Bloc Quebecois do support the Kyoto protocol, same sex marriage, tax funded abortion on demand, higher taxes and deficit spending.
Unless “the Bloc” are getting some very special favours for their cooperation ?
I wonder what those favours would include ?
If I were leader of the Bloc Quebecois “a new nation” what would I want for Christmas from (you) Canada ?
All the gold in Fort Knox ?
No, well yes but I’d doubt that the Americans would approve of Mr. Harpers request for all of it, not that there is allot to be had there anymore, or so I hear.
Chinese tea and lots of it ?

I have a head ache now and should recess until Christmas Eve.

I for one think it is time to tell “the Quebecois” they are no longer welcome in Canada’s federal government or employ and that they should be leaving posthaste and that the failure to do so [ do cause “Quebecers” {French sovereigns as far as I’m concerned} to leave all federal offices and including Canada’s parliament] by our government may be treasonous.
I am sure that Stephane Dion m.p with the assistance of Jack Layton m.p will make this a priority of her majesties faithful and official opposition in Canada’s government.
If not, perhaps the Queen (though possibly senile of age at this point) could be notified and the parliament of England engaged in this most serious of concerns.

The sedition of Canada’s federal government by foreign nationals (the Quebecois nation) who with the cooperation of several of parliaments leaders including the leader of the NDP Jack Layton and previous leader of her majesties official opposition Bill Graham m.p. and maybe even the new leader of her majesties official opposition (too soon to tell) Stephane Dion along with all members of the Bloc Quebecois may have committed treason against this country and do yet sit in the house of commons as elected members and while collecting a federal pay cheque.

Sincerely Yours,
* *
* * *
*, Ontario, Canada

P.S. I ‘m as big a joke as you now that you have sold us out to foreigners.
Thank God I didn’t vote for you or any of the opposition.
A motion as seriously flawed as same-sex marriage and hate crimes law that is unneeded and discriminates against the Constitutional protection afforded to the freedom of religion.
cc: Gilles Duceppe Leader of the Bloc Quebecois, m.p..

December 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 4 Comments

Just say No to Liberals

and:
Welfare for Daycare No
Welfare for Corporations No
Welfare for the poor while taxing them into poverty No
Welfare for Bombardier No
Welfare for Ford, General Motors, Chrystler and International Harvester No
Federal Welfare for post secondary schools No
Welfare for Catholic Schools No
Welfare for Health care Yes I support this old NDP motion though absolutely NOT the NDP, new dumb ass party.
Welfare for Drug companies No
Welfare for Big business global warming companies and carbon credit stock exchange No
Welfare for Tobacco Companies No
Welfare for CP Ships No
Welfare for retired and sitting MP’s No
Just “off the cuff”,
I’m sure you could add much to this list.
Such as welfare for “Quebekers” and commercially sponsored Public media outlets.
This country (a pathetic welfare Pig) makes me sick with it’s pathetic trough pandering begging cronie whores all while the Bloc Quebecois remove the silverware and napkins.

December 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Why are you allowed to vote ?

Canadas seniors should not be allowed to vote.

If your too old to work you certainly are too old to vote.

That’s why we need age limits for voters or if you retire because of your age you should also give up your right to vote for the same reason.

It’s pathetic and upsetting letting these old “welfare dogs” vote.

I say we tax them double until they have paid off Canada’s five hundred billion dollar debt and all the interest associated with financing their disgusting mess .

Don’t you know most of that debt is owed to you, Canadian person.

Oh really, I don’t own a single bond or treasury note so how do you figure rocket doc ?

December 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"More harm than good"

Dion supports Quebec separtist’s .

Not by choice though as is the case for most Liberals and really should be a wake up call to those who support this very un-unifying group of “white christian males”, need a picture or did you watch the televised convention too.
No minorities or woman need apply to leadership of the equality and human rights party.

December 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stupide est comme stupide fait

December 4, 2006
Subject:The police should not help decide anything! Except who done it and that with much discretion by public council.
Dear * * m.p.,
The police should not be involved in any way apart from their own standing as Canadian citizens in selecting who is going to be a judge in cases they will likely be involved in bringing before said magestrate(s).
I believe that is called conflict of interest.
Stupidity is not knowing that you create a conflict when you try to improve something by making it worse than it was before.
Maybe you could ask the minister in charge to cease and desist at once before employing this absurd stupidity into our legal system (Police helping to decide who the Judge in the court they will be employed should be ) which needs improvment and not more stupidity and meddling with half measures.
In short get off the pot your government has blown it on their pathetic Liberal budget. Todays polls show the Liberal party far ahead of the Conservatives and in majority territory if there were an election today.
You won’t survive in governement with James Flaherty and his “Liberal” budgeting in charge of finance (I assure you) and you can not get rid of him without “making ugly”.
Should you survive (in government which is unlikely) I would like to suggest that a “hard” small c conservative who knows how to add and subtract be placed in finance and that preferably a woman.
I like Rona, Yelich and Ablonskcy I’m sure there are others unknown to myself who deserve or could manage this portfolio as well as Monty could (not).
I must insist on more western mp’s getting the “lions share” of cabinet seats and that playing games with Onatrio and Quebec be limited to lowering taxes on the working poor as opposed to say increasing taxes on the working poor (by half a percent) under any circumstances which by the way is the real reason the Liberals will win the next election if they do.
Unfortunatly I do not think your going to get a second chance (by winning next election) unless the finance minister cuts taxes down (payroll (income) not GST (which is good) and cuts to “corporate welfare” which had been previously promised and seemingly forgotten at some point. I assure you that despite what you hear from your “constituants” we are waiting for the “cuts to corporate welfare bums”.Taxing Income trusts is good but exempting real estate companies only leaves a future loophole for other companies to ask for the same special, favoured treatment (Brian).
You deserve and should lose control of the government because of this issue alone.
I just don’t want to see another twenty years of Liberals without restraint creating hate crimes laws and running everything do you ?
Sincerely Yours,
* *
* Ontario, Canada
* * *
**

December 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Have you been outdoors today ?

Canadian voter
Global warming is really hurt’n us this year.
I live in the southern most part of Canada (not on the isle) and can tell you that it is so cold out there that the homeless want Stephane Dion to support the Kyoto protocol so that they (Liberals) can stop Global Warming, to put them out of their misery!
Cold as the brass n*** on Bill Graham’s porch monkey.
Sry, no links photo’s or spell check on this Blogger blog.
Beta is soooo cooool.
But it just don’t work ! Whankers still no spell check, I’d tell them that but they might pull my plug and get new ear rings in their noses.
I’m going back to pre beta times hopefuly they will stop harping at me to join “Beta” until it actually works.

It seems that pre-Beta times have come and gone and that I must suffer this so.

December 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Where have all the women gone ?

In Canada’s Liberal party.

Only one woman wants to be leader of the federal Liberal party and no minorities ?

Maybe Jim Flaherty could change partys and volunteer.

Sorry no links or photo’s with this “free” blogger.

Did you notice the racial diversity among the leadership contenders for Canada’s Liberal party.

Not one visible minority and only one woman.

Is it just me ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The $5.00 man.

If “you get what you pay for” could Albertan’s possibly afford the price of their new leader ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are you a Nazi,

Or member of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party ?

The term “Nazi” is a short form of Nationalsozialist, representing the German pronunciation of the first two syllables of the word “national.”

I was just perusing some old photos of German SS officers and noted they did actually as I suspected wear brown shirts and not “Black Shirts”, Eugene.

Though they were known as the “Black corps” presumably because of the black uniforms in contrast to the green uniforms of the regular German army (both wore brown shirts though) as did Adolf Hitler, the “Black Shirt” in question.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are "Quebeckers" Canadian ?

Does anyone who isn’t a politician or involved in politics know ?

If Quebec hasn’t signed on to the Constitution how could Quebekers be Canadian citizens ?

If they’re not even Canadian citizens how could they vote in federal elections, work for the federal government, be in the Military, Ministry of Labour, R.C.M.P., CSIS, or Public Saftey, let alone hold seats in Canada’s parliament?

Not possible, not legally at least.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

How goes the hunt for Osama ?

Nice tanks, are those the mark I or II .
I prefer the mark II as it is the best platfrom in the world next to none.
Unfortunatly though built by a country that can not legaly build military weapons a real shame sort of.
Apparently the U.S. has some decent hardware I would suggest building our own but I don’t think compitance of our government (a requirment of democracy) is realistic as long as it is divided along ethnic racial lines as has been the case since confederation and should remain as long as the “Quebecois” are citizens of Canada and not separate which does seem to be their sole and entire concern as far as federalism goes.
Though some might consider “separatists” human rights proponents others may believe they are really seditious criminals worthy of trial and imprisonment and of no special consideration above any other Canadian citizen.
Which really raises another question, if Quebec hasn’t signed the Constitution are Quebekers even Canadian citizens ?
If so, they should abide by the same rules and face the same penalties as any other citizen would for enciting hate and ethnic racial inequality.
If not, they have no business being in Canada’s parliament (in any Party) in the first place and should be removed while all business of the governemnt reworked to remove all influence’s of Quebec foreigners, past and present.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The ruination of democratic federalism, "soveriegnty".

Ralph klein, Gilles Duceppe, Jack Layton, Bill Graham, Paul Martin Jr., Brian Mulroney and the government go all the way.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Unity

How do you build unity with a population or “nation” or province who’s main concern is separation ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Is there a racist under your pillow ?

Or on your pillow ?

Are you a french Quebec racist complaining of racism and supporting of a hate crimes law that should put you in jail ?

Or a blonde bimbo dyke corporate star who pretends to be a supporter of equality and minorities while supporting terrorism and government sponsored genocide ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Who elected this government ?

Not an email

Well not that I wouldn’t have voted for them except I was out of the country on election day, I could have found out where the pre election voting place was, but to go there and possibly elect anyone of Dutch background to a Conservative office was to much to stomach.

Not that I am racist but knowing how those with Dutch background do seem to worship the penny at the expense of the nickle or dime (I think that’s called progressive)I could not bring myself to a place of electoral support even though Harper is and was the best choice of leaders (not saying much about the competition really).

I do not recall too much referance in the pre election politiking to Quebec except for something about UNESCO which at the time I thought was a bad consideration for a federal politician. “Give the devil an inch (2.54? centimetres) and he takes a mile (1.626 kilometres)”

I do not understand for the life of me why any federal politician who must win votes in Ontario to win any federal election do constantly and historicaly pander to Quebec and the racist hateful “french” “Quebecois” ?

Beyond my comprehension unless there is some underlying racist bent on the part of our politicians who imagine the “french” better than all the other cultures in Canada.

Are Canada’s politicians racist hate bigots ?

I presume that since “The Quebecois” are now “a Nation”, the rest of Canada and Canadians, the 95% who are not “Quebecois” (“french Canadian” citizens living in the province of Quebec.) we now can return to unilingualism and depose the metric system and return quickly to Imperial measure and hopefully replace the Imperial gallon with the U.S. gallon for conveniance sake for certain this should be the case.

The Bloc Quebecois won that “free fer all” and Canadians lost to separatists again.

Where does it end ?

When Quebec is a Nation and Ontario, NewFoundland Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, Manitoba and Saskatchawan are all provinces, in the Nation of Quebec ?

December 2, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Radio-Quebecois

Shouldn’t there be some name changes taking place now and why is Canadas national public television broadcaster allowed to have commercials ?

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Conservatives are different.

A Conservative Government will make all votes free, except for the budget and main estimates and to make the Bloc Quebecois a nation.

Did I say Bloc Quebecois,

Sorry I meant just plain ordinary everyday average french Canadian Quebecois.

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

Christmas comes but once a year.

December 1, 2006

Subject: Why do I have to sit through commercials to watch Canada’s public broadcaster ?

Dear member of parliament * * m.p.

Is it only irony and coincidence that I sit next to *( sorry blog reader) as I do write this email.

I rarely do send any correspondence to my mp or mpp only since having some less than satisfactory dealings with my previous member while I lived in *, Ontario regarding some difficulty I was having with the federal Labour Board which then minister of Labour Claudette Bradshaw m.p. did become involved in to my credit though unfortunately unthoroughly and did seem to overlook the clear facts of my complaint for the sake of keeping the “status quo”.

I know that the minister should not have been needed to be involved but it seems that the employees of the ministry of Labour do and did refuse to enforce the standard of the ministry, the definition of hours of work, Is. 002.

Unfortunately this issue with Canada’s ministry of Labour has not been resolved to my satisfaction and I presume the “status quo” of not enforcing the Labour code does persist.

Sadly, I do not have the resources to hire a lawyer either to sue those in my debt, (several federally regulated trucking companies) or the minister or ministry of Labour for not doing their job.

This mentioned problem with Canadas ministry of Labour has now become just another “poke in the eye” to me and no longer my only concern.

Resolution could only occur if the minister in charge did understand the problem which I do believe could be made worse by meddlers who are paid to play and not work.

Merry Christmas.

Sincerely Yours,
* *
* * *
*, Ontario, Canada

P.S. I know this (the above) has nothing to do with the subject of this email but I don’t know why I have to watch commercials on a publicly funded television station which should be commercial free !

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Winter already.

But I thought the 0.6 degree celcius increase in mean global tempurature over the last century had wiped out the cold and snow and that the artic was now a summer playground.

Is it just me ?

If you were as concerned about the infrastucture as you are global warming and AIDS may be my hydro wouldn’t go out when the wind gets over 20 km/h and the Internet would still work when it rains or is that the entilments of only real Canadians, the Quebecois, Torontonians, Ottawaonians ?

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Wasn’t he the Health minister or Justice minister ?

Allan Rock goes to court for the people and wins big for tobacco.

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

French belongs to the Quebecois ?

So why are we still responsible for their language now that they are a nation ?

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Lifestyle choices"

Globally, AIDS affects 40 million citizens.

“We subscribe to this year’s theme, which is to put a stop to AIDS,” she said in French . “The new Canadian government is determined to play a very important role in combatting AIDS.”

answering impatient activists and health experts who have waited for the past three months for an announcement

The Red Ribbon Campaign has brought awareness to a new level, making the red ribbon synonymous with the fight against this disease. Over the past 25 years, this initiative has helped to raise much-needed awareness and funds, while concurrently demonstrating the dedication and selfless commitment of those organizations that provide assistance to individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS.

In the next hour, 50 people will die because of tobacco. Tobacco is a risk factor for some 25 diseases, and while its effects on health are well known, the scale of its impact on global disease may not be fully appreciated. Tobacco as a risk factor is expected to make a greater claim on health than any single disease.

Despite widespread knowledge of the risk that tobacco exposure and use poses, it is single-handedly responsible for wide spread disease, rampant drug addiction, an alarming death rate, substantial economic burden and reduction of the quality of life worldwide.

AIDS has killed more than 25 million people (about one quarter the number killed by tobacco over the same time period), making it one of the most destructive epidemics in recorded history.
‘The death toll is expected to rise to 10 million per year by the 2020’s or early 2030’s,’
death toll by tobacco use that is.
Where’s the brown ribbon campaign, protestors, pickets and funding requests by impatitent activists ?
Are you a racist tobaccophobe ?

December 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment