Being an American trapped in a Canadian's body
I feel like I wasted over 20 years being a liberal and believing in all that BS. At least my entire life wasn't spent buying into it.
LondonLady wrote:Nestea is an ice tea mix, made by Nestle.
The only time Canadians would drink Ice tea, from a powder mix or the real thing, would be in summer.
The rest of the year, we drink tea HOT.
And there are so many others like us LL! If we'd all been conservative 20 years ago, we probably wouldn't have all this mess to clean up now!
Oh well, such is life!
LondonLady wrote:Mr. Valentine ok, that's IT, out you go, you are no true Canadian!!
You of all people belong in Georgia sippin' that mint julep in January of all things, for shame.
LondonLady wrote:The news came on, with some comments from President G.W. Bush, and I was reminded that the U.S. has this awesome God-fearing and inspiring man of integrity that Canada <u>could only dream of.</u>
Trouble wrote:The east also has great conservative heroes.
Look at Cheryl Gallant and Connie Wilkins. There are just as many grassroot conservative heroes in the east as the west, that is what FD allows people to see very clearly.
- Wajid Khan"Listen to me very carefully, my community is the Canadian community; I am not the ambassador of some country to Canada; I am an MP representing Canadians and my primary interest is Canada''s welfare. I am not in politics to represent some overseas group or government. Yes, I am a Muslim, but I cannot be held hostage by self-appointed community leaders who have their own hidden agendas."
The news came on, with some comments from President G.W. Bush, and I was reminded that the U.S. has this awesome God-fearing and inspiring man of integrity that Canada could only dream of.
That's over the top, LL. There are plenty of Western Canadians with integrity.
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