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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Margaret Atwood would vote for the separatist party

Apparently author Margaret Atwood would risk Canada's future as a united country to further her ends in the phony culture war she's declared against our prime minister.

In typical left-wing tradition, for Margaret Atwood any means seems to justify her ends. Her your-enemy-is-my-friend philosophy would “…if she lived in Quebec—vote for the separatist party to stop Stephen Harper from forming a government.”

This is truly shocking.

And what is this embrace of the Bloc Québécois and its stated purpose of breaking up Canada all about? I guess it’s the one to two per cent re-allocation within the arts and culture budget the Conservatives plan to make.

Incredible Ms. Atwood would risk the break up of Canada over about $50 million that has been taken from one program and spent on another.

A true patriot indeed.

[Source: The Globe and Mail]

5 comments — This is a moderated blog and comments will appear when approved. Please don’t resubmit if your comment doesn’t appear immediately, and please do not post material that is obscene, harassing, defamatory, or otherwise objectionable.

  1. not to mention a order of canada recipient. please return it margret you are obviously not a canadian.

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  2. Which is more creepy??

    1. Atwood supporting the Bloc.

    2. Duceppe promoting a Quebec seperation in Ontario.

    3. The Liberal media not asking Dion,
    the unity warrior,
    about 1 & 2.

    My vote goes to #2.

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  3. What's creepy is that our tax-dollars go to support this garbage.

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  4. creep·y /ˈkripi/ –adjective, creep·i·er, creep·i·est.
    1. having or causing a creeping sensation of the skin, as from horror or fear: a creepy ghost story.
    2. that creeps: a creepy insect.
    3. Slang. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a person who is a creep; obnoxious; weird.

    American Heritage Dictionary

    1. Of or producing a sensation of uneasiness or fear, as of things crawling on one's skin: a creepy feeling; a creepy story.
    2. Annoyingly unpleasant; repulsive: the creepy kids next door.


    Dictionary says "none of the above". That's a little trick I call "vocabulary".

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  5. You are making their point, issachar.

    "Annoyingly unpleasant" and "characteristic of a person who is obnoxious" fits well enough for me.

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