Sunday, March 30, 2008


OK, this is evolution? Has human behaviour really changed over thousands of years... because it doesn't look that way to me. True we may express ourselves differently, but the underlying emotions are fundamentally the same.

Also, how does evolution explain the complex nature of human behaviour? Anger, love and hatred. Human existence and nature is so complex that it cannot be simply explained away through the evolution process.

I am inclined to believe the physical side of evolution... but the intellectual and emotional side remains unexplained to me. I thus remain perplexed.

While tools and technology are evolving, human nature and behaviour is not. True we adapt to new tools and technologies, but change in basic human nature is questionable, and we haven't begun to understand the complexity of it all.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Creation of the world

Like The Wingnuterer, I will probably go to hell... but isn't this how God created humanity, in seven days? He must be quite sadistic, look at the mess humans are causing.

Before Creationists get mad at me, wait for my picture on evolution.

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Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton - there's a spat between the two.

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Friday, March 28, 2008

George W. Bush Hallucinating

Hagel: Bush in fantasyland on Iraq
Republican Chuck Hagel says US President George W. Bush's speech on Iraq 'stability' was like 'another episode of Alice in Wonderland'. Click here to read more.

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Al Gore for President?

Some commentators are saying that Al Gore can save the Democratic Party as Obama and Clinton are causing too much damage through their bitter in-fighting. If that happens, then wouldn't the party be in even bigger trouble and lose credibility as "Democratic" -- after all, Al Gore didn't win a single primary and the last time the Dems tried to install a leader who didn't win any primaries was 1968 when they lost badly.

I hope this is all just a rumour.

Gore-led ticket good compromise for Democrats?
A Florida congressman is suggesting that a brokered convention for the Democrats could lead to some pretty unexpected results. In other words, forget about Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama. Click here to read more.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Jim Flaherty-Dalton McGuinty debacle: Flaherty the Peacemaker?

Flaherty, McGuinty continue spat over Ontario's economy
Liberal MP John McCallum lambasted Flaherty during question period for taking the "unprecedented step of trashing the investment climate of his own province, telling the world to avoid investing in Ontario."Click here to read more.

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George W. Bush Terrorizes the Easter Bunny ;)

Sorry the picture is a little shakey, I tried to correct it but it got worse. Though what do you expect, Dubya's in it.

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Monday, March 24, 2008

Bob Rae is back in Parliament... this time as a Liberal

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Mike Huckabee's Fairness: His Statement on Rev. Jeremiah Wright

I have done my part in poking fun at Mike Huckabee, but you have to admire him for his fairness. I was impressed when I read the following statement by Mike Huckabee on Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Obama's former pastor:

I grew up in a very segregated South. And I think that you have to cut some slack — and I’m going to be probably the only conservative in America who’s going to say something like this, but I’m just telling you — we’ve got to cut some slack to people who grew up being called names, being told, ‘You have to sit in the balcony when you go to the movie. You have to go to the back door to go into the restaurant.’

You can click here to read a transcript of Huckabee's statements or click here to watch the interview where Huckabee made this statement.

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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Hillary Clinton thinks she will win the Democratic nomination

Her running mate will be Mike Huckabee, he believes in miracles too. Also, Mike Huckabee is from Arkansas and Hillary Clinton likes former Governors from Arkansas ;)

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Health and Education Reforms in New Brunswick

Are the Ministers poking, and daring, the sleeping bear? Bonne Chance Messieurs Lamrock and Murphy!

Loss of French immersion driving us out of N.B., 4 doctors say
Click here to read more.

Acadians see N.B. health plan as threat to language rights
Click here to read more.

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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Bill Richardson endorses Barack Obama - more fireworks but Hillary's fuming

Obama Scores Richardson Endorsement
The coveted endorsement of Gov. Bill Richardson, D-N.M., went to Barack Obama today, despite Richardson’s tenure as Energy Secretary under Bill Clinton. Richardson praised Obama’s speech on race that he gave Tuesday as one of the key reasons for his endorsement. Click here to read more.

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John McCain's trip to the Middle East: Is he ignorant, or does he suffer from Amnesia?

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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Rush Limbaugh on Jeremiah Wright; Jeremiah Wright on Rush Limbaugh: "Rush, you devil!"

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Barack Obama's Speech on Race

You can click here to listen to Barack Obama's speech.

Barack Obama's Speech on Race.

I have to admit, I'm not someone who was swept up in Obamamania and, while I respect the Illinois Senator, politically my feelings about him had been pretty neutral. However, as time goes by, I'm becoming more and more convinced that he's the better candidate for the US Presidency.

In the past, I didn't agree with the comparisons of Obama with Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy. I had listened to alot of Obama's speeches, and I just didn't see this comparison.

However, his recent speech on race-relations changed my mind. I thought it was powerful how Obama stated he cannot disown his pastor, despite his controversial comments, because he was family like his white grandmother who at times made disparaging remarks about blacks. With that comparison, Obama highlighted the experiences of many people who have a relative, pastor, or close associate who holds views with which they disagree.

I went on the internet and listened to Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech and to JFK's "Ask not what you can do for your country" speech. I believe that Obama's speech on race relations and on his pastor ranks with these great speeches.

I sincerely believe that Americans should nominate and elect Barack Obama President, he provides a new hope for the current generations, and for generations to come, a hope for an America where everyone - regardless of race or religion - can feel an integral part of society.

His speech was fireworks and it will survive for many generations afterwards as an important speech in American history.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Debate between Ahmadinejad of Iran and Bush of U.S. - an international event ;)

For those who had difficulty following the debates, here are the transcripts ;)

Bush: Come on, you are not duly elected President.

Ahmadinejad: Yes, and you won yours in 2000 fair and square.

Bush: Your economy is a mess.

Ahmadinejad: For sure, yours is thriving!

Bush: You're too conservative.

Ahmadinejad: Yes, and you're liberal and progressive.

Bush: You're a warmonger!

Ahmadinejad: Yes, and you have a World record for a peacemaker.

Bush: You're violating human rights.

Ahmadinejad: Sure, you have built a Hilton at Guantanamo Bay and hundreds of human beings are vacationing there.

Bush: You're building nuclear weapons.

Ahmadinejad: Poor you, you have no weapons? Enjoy your retirement.

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Monday, March 17, 2008

George W. Bush's advice on the faltering economy

Bush says the government must guard against overcorrecting the economy
U.S. President George W. Bush on Saturday said the government must guard against going too far in trying to fix the troubled economy, cautioning that "one of the worst things you can do is overcorrect." Democrats said Bush was relying on inaction to solve the problem. Click here to read more.

But now Bush has flip-flopped...

Bush Says Ready for More Action on Markets If Needed
Click here to read more.

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Southwest Airline stripped naked. Maybe Kyla Ebbert got even ;)

However, this time the picture isn't pretty.

I-Team: More Than 40 Southwest Airline Flights Grounded
Southwest Airlines grounded 44 planes Wednesday over concerns about proper safety inspections. The move came after the FAA announced a $10.2 million fine against the airline for flying planes after the airline itself recognized those inspections had not been completed. Click here to read more.

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Eliot Spitzer Press Conference, What the Media Missed ;)

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Friday, March 14, 2008

Ashley Alexandra Dupré (Kristen) and Eliot Spitzer -- Role Reversal

The Vagaries of Life, Eliot Spitzer goes from rich and famous to undressed and infamous. Ashley Alexandra Dupré (Kristen) goes from undressed and unknown to celebrity, and most probably rich and famous. You never know what life has in store for you. Is Ashley Alexandra Dupré going to be a role model?

Fame of call girl in Spitzer case grows
The collateral consequence of scandal often is newfound celebrity, and for the 22-year-old call girl involved in the Eliot Spitzer scandal, prospects are rising. Click here to read more.

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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Eliot Spitzer and Kristen: The real story;)

The fall of ethics man
ELIOT SPITZER made his mark as the "sheriff of Wall Street" and then as the steam-rolling governor of New York state. As the state’s attorney-general he came to prominence by holding New York’s powerful financiers to the highest of ethical standards and earned a reputation for zealously unearthing wrong-doers. So the revelations on Monday March 10th of his alleged connection to a prostitution ring caused jaws to drop and in some circles—mostly on Wall Street - cheers for Mr Spitzer’s come-uppance. Click here to read more.

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Monday, March 10, 2008

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Friday, March 07, 2008

Hillary Clinton is in high "spirits'!

It's upsetting how Hillary Clinton exploited our diplomatic foul up. It also boggles the mind that the Harper government and the PMO thought they could, with impunity, mess up the Democratic Primaries in the United States. This will not only damage our relations with the United States, but it's also a major blow to our diplomatic services around the World. Why should any country trust our diplomats now? Any information given to them could be exploited.

Now don't get me wrong, our diplomatic services and personnel are one of the best in the World. However, Harper's operatives have now destroyed that good name and destroyed that reputation.

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Thursday, March 06, 2008

Ed Stelmach: What does another Conservative victory mean in a highly polluting province?

Maybe, with the money earned from the oil, Stelmach will build a layer of paper money around the Globe to protect it from global warming.

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Hillary Clinton: The 'real' ambition

The way the Ohio and Texas primaries were won by Senator Hillary Clinton is a little disconcerting, as it was due to our Canadian diplomat who wrote an erroneous memo on NAFTA and Obama, and then leaked it where it was exploited by Senators Clinton and McCain. We cannot afford to interfere in the elections of our neighbours, the United States, who are the most powerful country in the World. If Obama wins the Whitehouse, how will this impact our relations with America?

Mr. Harper has too many fiascos on his hands with Karlheinz Schreiber, Cadman, and now this diplomatic mess.

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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

John McCain Wins the Nomination of Republican Party

He celebrates with George W. Bush in the Whitehouse. After all, are they not in bed with each other when it comes to foreign policies and the rest?

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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Resolution in Brattleboro Vermont Indicting Bush and Cheney Passes

"Shall the Selectboard instruct the Town Attorney to draft indictments against President Bush and Vice President Cheney for crimes against our Constitution, and publish said indictments for consideration by other authorities and shall it be the law of the Town of Brattleboro that the Brattleboro Police, pursuant to the above-mentioned indictments, arrest and detain George Bush and Richard Cheney in Brattleboro if they are not duly impeached, and prosecute or extradite them to other authorities that may reasonably contend to prosecute them?" Click here to read more.

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Canadian Interference in the U.S. Presidential Election

Did the Harper government interfere to support its conservative Republican candidate John McCain? If this is true, then it's a shame. Canadians should seriously consider impeaching Stephen Harper. First the Cadman fiasco, and now this. Click here for more.

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Carmen Kontur-Gronquist - Mayor of Arlington, Oregon changed her image...

...but her constituents stripped her of her mayoralty anyway. I believe she got shafted, the pictures were taken before she ran for mayor. Click here to read more.

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The Chuck Cadman Affair

Harper threatens to sue Dion, key Liberals
OTTAWA — Stéphane Dion will not apologize to Prime Minister Stephen Harper over the Chuck Cadman affair despite the threat of a libel lawsuit, the Liberal Leader says.

Mr. Harper filed a notice of libel suit Monday against Mr. Dion, two other top members of his caucus and the party. Court documents obtained by CTV and The Globe and Mail say two articles published on the Liberal website were “devastatingly defamatory” to the Prime Minister. Click here to read more.

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