Canada, stereotypes, and the ugly truth?
Joseph S. Barrera III
joe at barrera.org
Wed Dec 3 17:11:26 PST 2003
Ian Andrew Bell wrote:
> It has yielded a nation composed of many millions of vociferous,
> self-righteous, intolerant, and exclusionary people. If you're
> allowing that to happen around you, you're part of the problem -- no
> matter how tolerant you yourself might be.
Hmm. So what should I be doing to not let this happen around me?
I mean, I could try to take W out myself, but my hands shake too much
to be a good sniper. Plus, we'd just have Cheney in charge.
Seriously, tell me. What should I be doing to heal America
and make it more like Canada? (oops, sorry got a little snide there)
> And if you vote people
> into power, perhaps for other reasons such as lower taxes or better
> interest rates, that exemplify this intolerance (as your leader
> uncontestedly does) then you only have yourselves to blame.
But I don't, so, I guess, I don't.
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