Thursday, January 12, 2006

If it was a mistake, why are you repeating it in french?

Babble on.

You know how the Liberals pulled the military-bashing ad once it became obvious it was offensive? Well, they still don't think the sentiment is offensive in french. In fact, I'm pretty sure they think it's a winner, which is why it's still in their "Pour Contre" ad on their website.

You heard correctly: the presumably negative line "pour la presence de l'armee dans toutes nos villes" is being flashed up on the screen right between a negative about a woman's right to choose, and a negative about same-sex marriage.

The only conclusion that can be reached is that the Liberals don't think the sentiment is offensive, they just don't think it's a winner in english Canada.

It's revolting. And Catprint in the Mash has just the solution:

I present to you a list of (cue drums) 'Ridings...with Soldiers...with Liberals'

I encourage all Canadian Forces members past and present to vote out these Military hating Liberal Members of Parliament. Show them that you are proud of our record, proud of our history, proud of the Canadian Armed Forces.


BZ, Catprint. Pitter patter, let's get at 'er.

Babble off.

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