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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 11/6/2002 10:13:40 AM EST
I have a good friend that lives in Toronto. I sent him an e-mail this morning about the election, the success of the Republican party, and the Glorious Days that are ahead. He sent me back some stuff about the current state of Canadian politics and I thought you guys would find it interesting....
Seriously tho, that is pretty amazing news. God knows we could use that kind of unity behind a conservative right wing party up here :) In fact it is just about the exact opposite. For the last 9 years the right wing vote has been split between the traditional "Progressive Conservative" party and the newly formed slight more right leaning "Canadian Alliance Party" (originally called the Reform Party). That means that our Pinko Left wing Liberal party has been able to sweep the last 2 Federal elections practically unopposed despite having an illiterate 99 year old retarded Frenchman for a leader. In the mean time they have stuck us with a second 7% Federal "Goods and Services" tax on just about every purchase imaginable, enacted a ton of incredibly expensive and pointless gun control that has done nothing but punish legal gun owners, and embarrass us on the international stage any time our blundering leader decides to attend an international function. It bloody depressing. In fact he is such a moron that we made some history ourselves this week. The PM tried to pass some new legislation and his own party refused to back him and vetoed it. They were saying on the news that this is the first time a Canadian PM has lost control of his own caucus :) Congratulations on having your political shit together. God knows if ours will ever be in any sort of respectable condition :(
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Link Posted: 11/6/2002 11:29:36 AM EST
Link Posted: 11/6/2002 11:33:30 AM EST
Sounds right.
Link Posted: 11/6/2002 12:01:43 PM EST
Shh! He's got 16 more months to take the party down with him. :)
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