OK. To try to make up for being rude to the Liberals in my last post, and
And after having a quiet chat with the Liberal in the house. Who is bigger than me...and a martial arts expert.
I have decided, of my own free will, to try to cheer up the red Liberals (not the blue ones) and other progressives who are slowly, very slowly, coming to terms with the horrifying implications of a Harper majority.
By suggesting this could be therapeutic.
You pretend to jump. But can't.
“It’s scary,” one restaurant worker shuddered. “You wouldn’t catch me up there.”
“It’ll be pretty windy out there,” another offered. “I hope they’re taking that into account.”
Unless it's really windy, and the cable breaks eh?
But then what is death compared to five years of Big Daddy saying "God Bless Me" and "God Bless My Majestic Majority. Now bend over or ELSE..."
While the head of the
"On behalf of all those men and women, I just want to say thank you, God bless you. I'm so thankful for the support, I'm proud to be your chief of defence, God bless," he said.
And Jason Kenney and his fat shirts try to arrest people for being secularists.
Of Harper’s announcement, Kenney said: “You are speaking to their values ... I’ll be honest with you about the extent to which the mentality of today’s Liberal party is characterized by the kind of flippant secularism of the Annex.”
“If you go inside most places of worship around the GTA today,” Kenney said, “the large majority are new Canadians who have a higher degree of appreciation of religious freedom than your average university professor at the University of Toronto.”
Yup. First they came for the professors, and the atheists in the Annex, and then they came for the women, and the gays, and the bloggers. And shortly after that they came for medicare.
But cheer up. Think of it this way. Compared to that death is only RELATIVE.
Or so Darth Vader told Jean-Paul Sartre...
Anything would be better than this agony of mind...this creeping pain that gnaws and fumbles...and caresses one and never hurts quite enough.
Now does that sound familiar? I didn't think so. This one hurts a LOT.
But this sounds true.
Life begins on the other side of despair.
Which reminds me... I also want to apologize to my Liberal friends, for using the wrong doggy video. And suggesting they were begging for cheese.
That was unforgivable. All I can say is I was drinking heavily yesterday.
And what I REALLY wanted to say is when you drop the stick you are using to beat the NDP and their young MPs.
It'll be easier to go through the door...
And when you do, I'll be waiting for you on the other side.
Solidarity Forever. Long live the young people of Canada.
Down with the TYRANT...
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