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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 ?

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December 2, 2006 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

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