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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Canadian Election 2006

This federal election has been so heated that our Canadian winter warmed into spring during the middle of January! 10 degrees out yesterday, in the Year of Our Lord 2006, January 20.

I think I'll just give the highlights of my experience during this election campaign. I wasn't too active in it cause for the first third I had exams, for the second third I went to Pennsylvania to see my sweet honey Charlene, and for the final third I was just settling into my new place and job in Toronto. I'd like to thank Lifesite www.lifesite.net and Campaign Life Coalition www.campaignlifecoalition.com/elections/federal2006/ for all their efforts in bringing truthful news with 1000 times less bias than the mainstream news sources with their extremist liberal agendas.

Highlights of the Canadian Federal Election 2006

Conservative popularity shot up to 42%. Liberals were lingering at 24%. NDP 16%. Polls don't matter too much, what matters is the actual election. So we'll see how people vote on Monday.

CTV media outlet buried their polls that showed Conservative leads like this in an effort of censorship of the truth. I could name many other examples of media censorship of Canada and an effort to supplant freedom of speech of conservative citizens.

Conservative:

Life issues are most important in Canada right now. There are many fine Conservative candidates who do not bow to liberal pressure but will affirm the value of human life for the entirety of that life, from conception till death. There were 2 major let downs. It was a real let down when Conservative leader Stephen Harper bowed down to the liberal press and he said, "The Conservative government won't be initiating or supporting any abortion legislation, and I'll use whatever influence I have in parliament to be sure that such a matter doesn't come to a vote." Hopefully he has little influence on the matter when the time comes. I was also surprised when a number of Conservative candidates refused to fill out Campaign Life Coalition's questionnaire. Someone from the head office told them not to fill it out. Jerra Byrne told Conservative candidates not to fill out the questionnaire. Another strike against freedom and of speech and a hit for censorship of good material.

My local Conservative candidate also refused to fill out the survey. It seems impossible to get ahold of her to ask her questions. All I could find was an contact form on her website and nothing else. Very poor communications I'd say. How can voters find out if they want to vote if you're not available for the vote. I praised her decision to support marriage, but I cautioned her saying I need to know her stance on life issues before I can vote for her and it was a mistake for her not to fill out the survey. I never recieved a reply from her. She indicated that she would refer to constituents on how to vote for life issues.

Paul Martin remains at variance with the 5th Commandment of God "Thou shalt not kill" by supporting abortion. He uses the misleading term "woman's right to choose." But this phrase could easily be confused with other things like a woman's right to choose which pair of socks she'll wear the next day. Another more serious choice may be where she wants her children to go for daycare and still be able to collect the government allowance for daycare no matter her choice; whether it complies to the government's choice or not.

Harper has shown to be in support of life when it comes to matters of euthanasia and assisted suicide.

Conservative leader Stephen Harper says he will allow free votes in the House on issues of moral conscience. Liberal leader Paul Martin made the same promise in the last election but broke his promise when he forced his cabinet to vote for sodomarriage.

Let's take a look at protection of marriage. Most Conservative candidates will vote against sodomarriage, thus preserving true marriage.

Stephen Harper will revisit the Supreme Court decision that recently legalized orgy clubs. Funny, I thought courts weren't allowed to legislate and legalize things. Isn't that the government's job? Under nearly 40 years of Liberal rule, sounds like Canada's people no longer run the country, but a judicial oligarchy.

On top of this the Conservatives will create an elected senate for greater democracy, they will lower the GST to 5% over 5 years and give a child care allowance to help young families. And they will ensure that financial scandals like the Liberal's sponsorship scandal or the Liberal/U.N. Oil for Food scandals do not happen if they're elected.

Sounds good to me!


Liberal:
Life issues: A number of back-bencher Liberals who do not have allegiance to the scandalous Paul Martin or the scandalous Jean Chretien, but to God are some of the best life and marriage supporters out there.

However that aside, Paul Martin, as stated above is pro-abortion, along with the majority of the Liberal Party, including the health minister, who also is open to euthanasia and assisted suicide and abortifacient pills which kill preborn babies and cause breast cancer. Some health minister Ujjal Dsanid who thinks some people are better of dead if their mothers want them dead or if people are in pain and didn't even think to ask for a catheter or other pain relief drugs.

Some Liberals also back queer boy rape, lowering the age of anal "sex" to 14 years old so queer old men can... disgusting. They also haven't said anything against the swinger's club ruling. Which allows adults to have swinger parties with 14 year old children. Martin supports this decision. This alone is not evidence to suggest that he is a pedophile. But we should be prudent because he does support all kinds of sexual deviance such as sodomy and sodomarriage, and sexploitation of 14 year old children.

Paul Martin also supported an attack add that said Stephen Harper would have soldiers with guns on the streets of Canadian cities. He also lost it. He is also a heretic because he does not believe in or support with his actions or words the 5th or 6th commandments of God.

Well that's it. What an election campaign, a lot more attack ads from the Liberals and being nasty. Many good things from the Conservatives but they need to stand up for the right to life.

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  • 21 January 2006

    Michael Moore on the Canadian Election
    Friday, January 20th, 2006

    Michael Moore Statement on Canadian Election

    Michael Moore is currently in production on his next movie. As an avid lover of all things Canadian, he has issued the following statement regarding Canada's upcoming election on Monday:

    Oh, Canada—you're not really going to elect a Conservative majority on Monday, are you? That's a joke, right? I know you have a great sense of humor, and certainly a well-developed sense of irony, but this is no longer funny. Maybe it's a new form of Canadian irony—reverse irony! OK, now I get it. First, you have the courage to stand against the war in Iraq—and then you elect a prime minister who's for it. You declare gay people have equal rights—and then you elect a man who says they don't. You give your native peoples their own autonomy and their own territory—and then you vote for a man who wants to cut aid to these poorest of your citizens. Wow, that is intense! Only Canadians could pull off a hat trick of humor like that. My hat's off to you.

    Far be it from me, as an American, to suggest what you should do. You already have too many Americans telling you what to do. Well, actually, you've got just one American who keeps telling you to roll over and fetch and sit. I hope you don't feel this appeal of mine is too intrusive but I just couldn't sit by, as your friend, and say nothing. 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!). There are ways at the polls to have your voices heard other than throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

    These are no ordinary times, and as you go to the polls on Monday, you do so while a man running the nation to the south of you is hoping you can lend him a hand by picking Stephen Harper because he's a man who shares his world view. Do you want to help George Bush by turning Canada into his latest conquest? 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? I mean, if you're going to reduce Canada to a cheap download of Bush & Co., then at least don't surrender so easily. Can't you wait until he threatens to bomb Regina? Make him work for it, for Pete's sake.

    But seriously, I know you're not going to elect a guy who should really be running for governor of Utah. Whew! I knew it! You almost had me there. Very funny. Don't do that again. God, I love you, you crazy cold wonderful neighbors to my north. Don't ever change.

    —Michael Moore

    (Mr. Moore is not available for interviews because he now needs to
    address the situation in Azerbaijan. But he could be talked into it
    for a couple of tickets to a Leaf's game.)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:20 PM  

  • Ooh good job man, I love you're viewpoints. I can't wait to read your rebuttal to this moore comment. As a Conservative American, I think its about time Canada's government sided with the opinions of the majority, rather than the few inproportionately over-represented minorities.

    By Anonymous CG, at 6:04 PM  

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