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Originally posted by darrylss
reply to post by the cynic jester
ok sorry to say this but.... DONT BE SOO STUPID.. you know we Canadians dont PROTEST.. sheeesh.. when was the last time you saw one here? maybe Universities do, but honestly CANADA doesn't Protest... we have laws... we have order... were the greatest nation on this planet
were the greatest nation on this planet
but honestly CANADA doesn't Protest... we have laws... we have order
Originally posted by Aeons
I am unconcerned about the concept of the NAU. Sorry. It fails to make my blood boil.
Trade and such will happen. Having a say in it, that I find preferable to the alternatives. And having my elected representatives doing so is one way I can do that.
Originally posted by CLPrime
reply to post by eArth33lr
I see your Press Core and raise you the Winnipeg Free Press: US Border Deal Not About Sovereignty
Besides, Harper doesn't have the authority to pass such a deal. He only has a minority. I know, it says that he's pushing it through quickly, before Parliament and the people can realize what he's doing, but it doesn't work like that. Parliament would never concede sovereignty just because Harper has signed some illegal treaty with Obama any more than Congress would, and the people would certainly never go for it. If Harper did such a thing, he may just risk becoming the first Canadian Prime Minister to ever be assassinated. Brian Mulroney tested people's patience, but this would be an act of treason and he would never survive it, politically, and maybe literally.
It's not happening. Yet, anyway.