Oh, the sweet irony: These Paul Martin Kool-Aid drinkers aren't even at a Tim Horton's, they're at an imperialist-hegemonist McDonald's! Hel-lo-oooo! Via Kathy Shaidle. I won't even try to excerpt it, because I'd end up reprinting the whole thing. Oh, what the hay, I'll give you a taste. But you've got to go read the whole thing. Now, not all Canadians think like this. But a whole lot of them, especially in the cities, really actually do . . .
"Exactly," said Heather. "The scariest part for me about him is that [Harper] wanted to cosy up to the Americans. Can you believe it? The bloody Americans. I hate the Americans."
What do you hate about them?
"They're warmongers," said Don. "They're out to take over the world. They remind me of the Germans in World War II."
"They're not our best friends, they're our worst enemies," said Heather. "You can't trust them. I wish we had some other country as our neighbour, not those bullies. They're ignorant. They don't know anything about any other country. They'd just love to take us over if they could."
"I don't think they're all bad, I've got American friends," said St. Clair, "but Harper would've had us kissing their ass instead of telling them to screw off like Martin will do."
I suppose Mr. St. Clair missed Mr. Martin's much-heralded (on both sides of the border) rear-smooching of GWB back in March . . .
Anyway, read it all. Incredible.