Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Merry Christmas

I've asked for a Conservative majority for Christmas. We'll see if Santa will change his outfit for a blue one.

Merry Christmas to all!!!

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Harper Takes Lead From Alsocanadian...Again!

Remember this post dated March 11, 2005?

“I’m not a lumberjacques or a courrier du bois.
And I don’t live in a log cabin or eat pea soup or own a Jetta.
And I don’t know Pierre, Francoise or Marie from Quebec, although I am certain they smoke and drink wine.
I have a Premier, not a Prime Minister; I speak English and French, but only French to the English; and I pronounce it “a peu pres presque sur le point de ca et la plus ou moins autour de vers” not “about” or “a boot”.
I can proudly wear my “fleur de lis” on my license plate when I drive to the depanneur, I believe in peace keeping-I will keep the peace if you give me what I want; diversity, not assimilation (except for those pesky Quebec Anglos!); and that poutine is a truly proud and noble food.
A toque is a toque, a chesterfield is a canape, and it is pronounced “Quebecois”, not “Quebecker” or “Qwibecker”.
Quebec is the largest francophone land mass, the first nation of real hockey, and the best part of North America! My name is Joseph, and I am Quebecois.”

There ya go. A people...within a united Canada!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Indoctrination continues...

The Liberal propaganda machine is still entrenched in our educational system, and very hard at work! They like to begin their "education" campaign on our youth as early as possible to generate maximum voting years (or ensure at least a few votes before the smarter ones wise up).

Case in point - Ontario grade 10 public school science project assignment sheet (verbatim):
Ecosystems Summarative Assignment-Letter of concern to the Federal Minister of the Environment
Throughout our ecosystems unit, we have discussed and explored a number of environmental issues that are of national, if not international concern. As is often the case with complex problems, opinion is not unanimous amongst the citizenry of Canada and it is important that all voices are heard as policy is debated by our Federal Government.
The Assignment
You will prepare a one-page single spaced letter to the Minister of Environment, Rona Ambrose. In this letter, you will outline your suggestions as to the policy the government should follow regarding an environmental issue of your choice....
Possible environmental problems to focus on include:
1. Global Warming- the new government has canceled funding for a number of programs, including the One Tonne Challenge, and is threatening to withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol.
2. Endangered Species- lack of funding to programs aimed at reducing the number of species at risk.
3. economic impact of exotic species- one example is the threat to the pine trees of the boreal forest due to a pine beetle infestation.
4 pesticide use- several cities and municipalities have banned certain pesticides from use. Should this be expanded to become a national program?
Other issues may be your focus. Be sure to seek permission if you wish to deal with an issue not from the above list. Your letter will be sent to the Minister of the Environment in Ottawa, Rona Ambrose.
Ya, kiddies, be sure to seek permission...