Monday, January 30, 2006

Monday Mourning Quarterback

What a week's its been! If its one thing political junkies can't say these days, is that they don't have much on their plate to comment on. Let's recap, Canada chooses change, Palestine chooses War. Conspiracy theories runs wild among Canadian leftists,where Conservative bloggers loose two of their best contributors. Iran saber rattles some more, while logic and common sense continues its drop throughout the Middle East. And down south, we're continuously reminded of the bullets that the free world has dodged over the past two elections.

Highlights:

Canada: Strong, United, Independent and Free: I don't know about you, but if Stephen Harper's victory speech is an indication of how he will govern, the Liberals might want to start getting comfortable in Stornoway, they're future leader might be place calling that home for a long time to come.

And you thought Ontario Conservatives had it tough: Following the huge breakthrough the Tories had in the Quebec City region, the reaction from the Quebec francophone press has been...how shall we say...vicious. What was the poll a T.V. station based in Montreal asked its viewers following the election? Are Quebec City residents aliens from outer space?

Vive Le Roi Arthur: The controversial André Arthur has been elected as an independent in his riding of Portneuf-Jaques Cartier. Following years of him taking abuse by the CRTC, the artist community and government bureaucrats regarding his radio show, Arthur's aim will be to turn the tables on them. His first priority? Bitchslapping the CRTC. Woo Hoo!!

Prime Minster Idol: I'm not so sure about this. Think about it, if Joe "Who" Clark, Kim Campbell and John Turner praise you as having "political potential", should you really take that as a flattering remark? Kinda like Argentina giving you advice on how to fix your economy.

The world according to McQuack: Let's see here, Hamas gets elected, and promises to continue on its "armed struggle" against Israel (read: Terrorism). Harper hints he won't recognize the government until they renounce it, in order to move ahead with the peace process. Reasonable right? NOPE! Not according to Linda, who scolds Harper for this "insensitive" move.
Who cares about the fate of Israeli children as long as Canada is in good standing with the international academic elite according to this hag.

Iran, "Anti-Union"?: Boy, its getting real tough for the leftists to stand up for their allies nowadays. Not only is Iran going full speed with its Nuclear plans, but its now also cracking down on striking workers. Whatever happened to SOLIDARITY?

Democrats continue to offer Bush a lifeline: With Bush's popularity plummeting, both among Liberals AND conservatives, is it really wise for the Dems to act in a way to fire up the Republican machine once more? This just might be Bush's chance to warn his base of supporters what they might loose should they decide to stay at home this fall during the Mid-Terms.

The Arab "street" is dumb!: I was supposed to make a separate post on the absurd and hypocritical way many in the Muslim world are reacting to the Danish cartoons which mocked the Prophet Mohammed (I discussed these cartoons back in October here). But Sandmonkey, as usual beats me to it. And describes it in a much better way I could ever have. (Note to Sandmonkey: Your making the rest of us Anti-Jihadis look bad!)

Political Cartoon of the week:



The Hab-Nots: Being a Habs fan has been incredibly depressing for the past month. We loose 17 of our last 20 road games, we fire the coach for something that was beyond his control, Theodore proves just what an overpaid jackass he really is, and we get trounced on by the League Heavyweights. No the last two games don't give me much hope either, they were against two struggling teams who are having injury trouble. So unless Gainy can carry on a winning streak from here on in until the Olympic break, its safe to assume that bearing any changes to the roaster, were toast for the season.

Heroes and Zeroes:


Heroes: Stephen Harper, Craig Smith, The SandMonkey, the city of Quebec, André Arthur, the Canadian troops, Prince Harry, The Pittsburgh Steelers, Jan Bullis &&&&&&&& last but not least Claude Julien.

Zeroes: Hamas, their apologists, the Arab world, John Kerry, Al Gore, Micheal Moore, Paul Martin, Scott Brisson (not even defeat tames his jackass attitude), Ontario Grit voters, the Bloc Québecois, the mad mullahs of Iran &&&&&& Eugene Parks.

5 Comments:

At Monday, 30 January, 2006, Blogger Danté said...

You'll notice "the galloping beaver" doesn't allow users to post comments. I've noticed that happens on a lot of liberal blogs. No surprise there - but by and large, almost every conservative blog allows comments, even from detractors. Quelle hypocrisy, n'est ce pas?

 
At Monday, 30 January, 2006, Blogger Danté said...

You'll notice "the galloping beaver" doesn't allow users to post comments. I've noticed that happens on a lot of liberal blogs. No surprise there - but by and large, almost every conservative blog allows comments, even from detractors. Quelle hypocrisy, n'est ce pas?

 
At Monday, 30 January, 2006, Blogger P-BS-Watcher said...

Thanks for posting about the cartoons. The Danish newspaper which published the original cartoons has been forced to apologize. The Brussels Journal blog which has led the reporting of this attack on free speech is now receiving threats. Given the state of free speech in Europe as evidenced by the Italian "prove Christ existed" case, I expect Brussels Journal to be forced to remove the cartoons and their reporting. To guard against that possibility, I have reposted the cartoons and the Brussels Journal reporting thread on my blog. I urge all bloggers who care about free speech to do the same. See Farenheit 451 Alert

 
At Monday, 30 January, 2006, Blogger Shameer Ravji said...

Yah, It's been pretty depressing being a Habs fan this season. I've been a fan myself for 18 years now.

 
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