Wednesday, December 14, 2005

As a Canadian I am ashamed of my current government

Canadian Libtarded Prime Minister Paul Martin has escalated a war of words with the United States, telling Washington not to dictate to him what topics he can raise in the run-up to Canada's January 23 election.
Martin was responding to a statement earlier this week by U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins, who warned Canadian politicians not to bash the United States as part of their election campaigning.

On behalf of Canadian silent conservative majority, I sincerely apologize for this clown's comments to my conservative American friends - please accept my deepest apologies for he does not speak for our country anymore, his corrupt government had failed confidence of majority of Canadians, and we are going throw out this scumbag out of office ... peacefully on democratically on January 23rd during our federal elections. I would also urge Americans to remember that, just like in U.S., plague of liberalism is slowly dying off in Canada - we are allies in this war against Islamic terror, and economic partners - we should respect each other's needs and position. I also regret that because of the liberal organized crime group that runs our country we are unable to assist in the struggle against global Islamic terrorism in Iraq due to the fact that these people almost destroyed our military. However, I hope after January 23rd, when we overthrow liberal government, Americans will finally see the real Canadian majority who were broken from the deceptive indoctrination of liberalism because of Jean of Arc of American conservatism Ann Coulter, genius pundit Sean Hannity, and liberating and glorious president G.W. Bush.
God Bless America, God Bless the troops, and God bless uniting and inspiring president G.W. Bush

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