From Canadian Press
‘OTTAWA — The deadly weekend massacre in Quebec City illustrates how Canada is in danger of being “smothered” by the “ugliness” south of the border, former governor general Adrienne Clarkson told a citizenship ceremony Tuesday.’
NOW THERE’ S A STRETCH.
Did you hear, Honourable Adrienne , about the school here in Canada that refused to accept an Israeli ? Or did you ignore that to take a cheap shot at our neighbours? Of course, under public pressure the school had to back down . Now, that would be something right here in our own country that deserves comment by someone like our former GG. Oh, no . Go across the border , have a crack at a nation, a people , make it so general that it is sort of anonymous . Luckily , no one down there is listening .
I do not remember this honourable lady getting all upset about the Obama ‘s lies , the false Peace Prize , the horror of Iraq and Syria , the insults to Israel , records of people on food stamps , the murders in Obama’s home city, Hillary’s e-mails etc.
Or attacking her darling PM for taking free rides and staying free with billionairs who get money from the Government , refusing to speak English in Quebec , musing about closing out one of our largest industries, breaking a promise by tripling our deficit , by violating NATO commitments —
Your smothered by our neighbours’s ugliness are you ?
Well , I am smothered too,—– but with your hypocrisy.
Enough of you already!
PS–Perhaps our former GG should read some Quebec news :
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