Canada's bull-moose civil libertarian on Canada's new domestic spying law

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  1. morgane says:

    This thing will NEVER pass the Supreme Court test, like many of the conservatives new republican-type laws.  I’m an atheist but i pray everyday for our Supreme Court’s health. They are becoming  the unofficial opposition since those fucking tories got their majority last may (with only 40% of the votes – 60% of canadiens didn’t vote for these bastards). Three LOOOOONG YEARS TO GO’ dammit.

    This damn govt is doing more for  Québec Independance than the Parti Québécois ever did! They are LOATHED here. Man, they suck. Even Justin Trudeau of all people said in an interview on Radio-Canada francophone radio last week-end that he could vote for Independance if this conservative govt has its way. A Trudeau saying that!!!

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2012/02/14/pol-justin-trudeau-quebec-sovereignty.html

    When the Justice minister actually said (for real) that if you’re not for this bill, you’re on the side of the pedophiles…. you know we have some wingnuts here too! Hell, that’s Tea Party rhetoric.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/john-ibbitson/with-us-or-with-the-child-pornographers-doesnt-cut-it-mr-toews/article2337425/

    I dream of 1993 everyday… from 151 seats to 2!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_1993

    JE LES DÉTESTE!

    Grrrrrr

    • Shinkuhadoken says:

       

      I’m an atheist but i pray everyday for our Supreme Court’s health.

      I loled.

      Even Justin Trudeau of all people said in an interview on Radio-Canada
      francophone radio last week-end that he could vote for Independance if this conservative govt has its way.

      I’m from Western Canada, and to be honest, I’m glad Justin Trudeau took a shot across the bow of the Conservatives.

      If there’s anyone who can knock some liberty back into Canada, it’s the political juggernaut of Quebec. I don’t want Quebec to leave the country, but that’s the one threat that could galvanize some attention towards just how far to the right this government is trying to push us. (Although, if Quebec leaves, Alberta will certainly be the first to become a U.S. state or get themselves annexed to Montana. Kinda makes you wonder if that’s what they really want, no?)

      I want dialogue towards an amended Constitution. One that ends making the Queen the Head of State (she’s a nice lady, but I really don’t want her son Charles on my money someday), one the people can elect their own Senators, and one that finally makes Quebec feel at home within the rest of the country. Let’s get some representation back into Ottawa and some freedom back into our home provinces.

      There’s got to be a way to make this work.

  2. Guest says:

    Our Supreme Court is our hope? That’s rich.

    Anyway, looks like provincial-level Tories’ calls for stricter lobbyist registration laws aren’t necessary anymore… they can just find out who we are using Lawful Access. I mean, every person who cares about Canada and therefore sometimes displays anti-Tory sentiments over the Internet is obviously a pedophile cyber terrorist animal rapist, right?

  3. Guest says:

    Oh… sorry, I meant to say “pedophile cyber terrorist animal rapist anti-semitic racist f**kface, right?”

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