Friday, January 20, 2006

Michael Moore's Comments On the Canadian Election

Good old Mikey Moore, seems he thinks that possibility that Canadians might elect a Conservative government is nothing more than brilliant Canadian comic irony. Although he makes no endorsements, he reinforces the idea that the second happiest person on the planet after Harper with a Conservative win, would be Bush. Busy coupla days for Mike, seems that Chris Matthews compared Bin Laden's little message from the dead the other day to something Moore might say ........Wah?


Blogger RJL said...

"Yes, I agree, the Liberals have some 'splainin' to do. And yes, one party in power for more than a decade gets a little... long. But you have a parliamentary system (I'll bet you didn't know that -- see, that's why you need Americans telling you things!)."

"Is that how you want millions of us down here to see you from now on? The next notch in the cowboy belt? C'mon, where's your Canadian pride?"

His statement did nothing to change my opinion about him. I wish he'd stick to worrying about his own country. Nobody listened to him the last time he tried to butt in. No one will listen to him now.

1/22/2006 3:25 a.m.  
Blogger pinkocanuck said...

Not a Mikey Moore fan eh? I find him entertaining, kinda like the way he sticks it to the man..... sure he is over the top, and iam pretty sure a last minute appeal by mikey aint gonna sway any voters up here. Moore is the foremost bush detractor, and well what he sees going on up here, has him thinking, what the hell, canada with our socialized medicine, our ssm, our anti-war stance, is gonna say fuck it, and throw away our unique canadian identity, and tottle up to the americans and embrace a failed political philosphy, and suck up to a failed american administration.. why, what gain except for the whole canadian/american relationship thing, is there for canada americanize. our economy is better, our stature on the world stage is much more positive... we are the good guys, why run and embrace the bad.

1/22/2006 10:33 a.m.  

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