Tuesday, August 28, 2007

SPP - The three only discussed jelly beans and nuts at Montebello, Quebec - especially nuts ;)

Nuts meet Nuts to discuss nuts ;)

Little is sweet about talks that affect our sovereignty
Does Prime Minister Stephen Harper really think that Canadians will believe him when he says that the Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting at Montebello, Que., was about mundane issues like standardizing the quality of jelly beans? Click Here to Read More.

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Alberto Gonzales has resigned but the Chief Pinocchio has not

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Sunday, August 19, 2007

You have to admit that the new Minister of Primp is doing a great job

Dubya eat your heart out! Our Prime Minister's eyelashes are fancier ;) Harper's all set for his meeting with Dubya and the Mexican President in Montebello, Quebec.

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Saturday, August 18, 2007

God did speak to Bush, He sure did ;)

Click here for the original story in The Onion.

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God Ordered Bush to Invade Iraq ;)

I saw this funny story on the internet and I thought instead of posting my picture, that I'd post the following picture with the story.

Also, seriously, there are stories by news outlets such as the BBC where Bush said it was God's orders that he invaded Iraq and Afghanistan.

President Bush sits at his desk in the Oval Office, where he received messages from an intercom voice identifying itself as "God" and thought to have been Vice President Cheney (above).
Voice Of God Revealed To Be Cheney On Intercom

WASHINGTON, DC—Telephone logs recorded by the National Security Agency and obtained by Congress as part of an ongoing investigation suggest that the vice president may have used the Oval Office intercom system to address President Bush at crucial moments, giving categorical directives in a voice the president believed to be that of God. Click here to read more at The Onion.

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Saturday, August 11, 2007

President of Canada - Unmasked!

Obama may be on to something as he intends to call the President of Canada ;)

Obama plans to call Canada's 'president'
CanWest News ServicePublished: Thursday, August 09
WASHINGTON - U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama, already under fire from fellow Democratic candidates for his supposed inexperience and unguarded comments on American foreign policy issues, is raising eyebrows again after vowing to call "the president of Canada" if elected to the White House to begin renegotiating terms of the NAFTA trade deal. Click Here to Read More

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Friday, August 10, 2007

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Cheney claims he has a brain too!

The next scan is for Stephen Harper... and there is going to be serious problems ;) Check back tonight or tomorrow.

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Saturday, August 04, 2007

Dubya shall save the environment ;)

Bush calls meeting on climate-change strategy

WASHINGTON–U.S. President George W. Bush has invited representatives of major industrialized and developing countries to a climate-change summit in Washington the same week the United Nations is holding a similar meeting in New York. Click here to read more.

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Harper mending relations in Atlantic Canada... and his reception ;)

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Friday, August 03, 2007

Mr. Harper parachuted into P.E.I seeking political support but was he successful?

Harper makes Atlantic trip to heal wounds
...the Conservatives won nine of 32 seats in Atlantic Canada in the January 2006 federal election -- partly on the strength of Harper's assurance that he would honour the accords by letting Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador, keep 100 per cent of their offshore petroleum revenues without federal clawbacks.

His last budget effectively gutted the accords, and Harper's handling of the resulting fallout, threatening to sue Atlantic premiers who challenged him, only fed the fires of anti-Conservative sentiment. Click here to read more.

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Thursday, August 02, 2007

The Truthful Rumsfeld

Rumsfeld defends himself in Tillman testimony
Ex-defense chief admits missteps after Ranger’s death, denies cover-up

WASHINGTON - Ex-Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and other top former Pentagon brass denied any cover-up and rejected personal responsibility Wednesday for the military’s bungled response to Army Ranger Pat Tillman’s friendly-fire death in Afghanistan. Click Here to Read More.

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

The B.B.B's

Advance booking available... but book at your own risk. They will take your breath away, literally!

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