Thursday, October 19, 2006

Billboard Bungling

As I suspected, not much going on with McGuinty's threats about the cigarette advertising on the billboards.

But that's o.k. because according to Hazel Hill "We are not Canadians and we are not subjected to Canadian laws".

Good to know. So McGuinty won't have their votes, right?


FRIDAY UPDATE: McGuinty wants to literally pass the buck to Harper re: Caledonia. Now how do you suppose he'll react?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does that mean they will not need financial support from the Canadian government?That would be tax money collected from Candians who recognise Canadian law in Canada...
oh and what about protection from Canadian police?oh yes and use of Canadian health care?

Swift said...

Add the following to the native protesters position.

Canadian laws are null and void because Canada is not a soveriegn nation.

All non aborigonal Canadians are illegal immigrants and will be expelled from Canada.

They are building a case for these three poinfs that they will take to the UN and international court and they expect to win.


A scary thought for Halloween. They will win if the politicians do nothing.

Barb said...

Until the U.S. has them on something...I saw a case in B.C. on the news recently where the aboriginal was demanding to go back to Canada because "I'm a Canadian citizen". Whatever suits them I guess.

kariba said...

If McGuinty had any guts he'd tell these militant natives that they are free to live as a separate nation if they give up our health care, welfare, unemployment benefits, and the myriad of other programs that Canadian citizens are entitled to. See how fast they call themselves Canadians....

Pandering to any special interest group is dangerous and stupid.

kelly said...

I couldn't have said it better myself Kariba. I agree!

Joanne (True Blue) said...

If McGuinty had any guts

McGutless? I don't think so. He is a medical anomaly:

Premier McGuinty, you Sir are a medical anomaly, the fact you can stand when you don’t have a spine will surely be discussed for generations to come. Your signature phrase “be patient” has outlived its usefulness, we expect the leader of our great province to have greater words of wisdom. Premier McGuinty, where have you been? Our patience has run out.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Oh yeah, and don't forget that Dalton supports ethics in schools, while his staff work on the federal Liberal leadership campaign on taxpayers' time, according to John Tory.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

And this one just writes itself!

PGP said...

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) - Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty wants Ottawa to compensate Ontario taxpayers for the cost of the ongoing aboriginal occupation in Caledonia, Ont.

Did you not just see this comming?

What a KNOB! Hmmm..... Desperate McKnobby!