Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Earth to Judy Sgro

Babble on.

Greg at Sinister Thoughts pointed me to a story about disgruntled Democrats emigrating to Canada:

"Let me tell you -- if they're hard-working honest people, there's a process, and let them apply," Immigration Minister Judy Sgro told Reuters.


Here's a newsflash for you Judy: the type of person who would take you up on that offer isn't a 'hard-working, honest' person, they're a Democrat.

Let 'em move to France, or the Netherlands, or Spain, or any of the rest of the Bush=Hitler world. Canada's already full to the brim with Bush-haters. We don't need a single one more (not even if he's wafer-thin).

Babble off.

4 Comments:

At 6:10 PM, Blogger Andrew said...

Oh come now - hating Bush (or being a democrat - there's a huge difference) does not make a person any less hard-working or honest - it just makes them ideoligically opposed to the current president, and thus more than a little put-out by the election result.

 
At 6:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The smugness of the right after the US election is as repulsive as that of the left was after the Canadian election.

It is even more ridiculous when you consider that many of the people ridiculing US citizens for saying they will leave the US are the SAME PEOPLE who were hysterically calling for Alberta to separate from Canada.

Come to think of it, doesn't your profile mention just that . . .

 
At 8:06 PM, Blogger david said...

Democrats moving to Canada forget it! Democrats are all hat and no cattle ask Alec Baldwin.

 
At 1:52 AM, Blogger Doug said...

Oh come now - hating Bush (or being a democrat - there's a huge difference) does not make a person any less hard-working or honest - it just makes them ideoligically opposed to the current president, and thus more than a little put-out by the election result.

The difference is nowhere near as huge as it should be, and being a Democrat has increasingly come to mean being a socialist tick on the veins of society whose chief efforts are orchestrated to organize for one's self the benefits of the efforts of others, while calling it altruism. Perhaps you can understand the confusion.

George Soros said that he'd spend as much of his money as it took to defeat Bush, and that if Kerry lost the election he would move into a monestary. Dammit, for once I'd like to see one of these people make good on a promise.

 

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