Originally Posted by Crimson Spider
The shakiest base ever. The whole PDA, the small little tidbits, people hypocritically expect these things to make a difference, where as even if he had done something, there is a good chance that it wouldn't have helped.
And that would be? I find this whole "So america would support him" thing to be crap. The only time that ever happens is during election year. Otherwise, you aren't preforming. Your working.
If I'm not mistaken, you weren't the only ones he asked for help from. Canada has one thing that we would need: man power. That's it!
Someone doesn't seem to realize how far back you can branch the blame for an accident. Listen, either from human or instrumental, it was an "error". A mistake. A fluke. It's like pointing the blame exclusively at the parents of the columbine kids. You can't, simply because they weren't the ones holding the trigger, or planning it. It's something you just don't seem comeing. Another thing is that George Bush can't attend to ever little itty bitty need for each person. (If I'm not mistaken, you still have troops in Iraq, correct? I could've sworn that you did). He can't be held accountable for each person that gets mugged on the street.
Where did you get the idea that he is severing national relations? I have heard nothing about this, nor have I found anything about this. Let me guess: we can't buy drugs from you anymore? Is this what the national relations that's being severed that your talking about? From what I've heard from both parties, he is encouraging national relations.
The government doesn't control the media. The media is independantly controlled in America. That is why they are rediculously biased. Let me illustrate something for you.
*George bush walks into a neighborhood*
O.K. I want you guys to help me by selling lemonade.
*Little kids* Alright.
*Narrorator* One week later, one kid spills lemonade on another kid by accident. Whether it was the broken picture, or just human fumbeling error does not matter
*Little kid who got spilled on* I want 10 bucks for him spilling lemonade on me!
*George Bush* (deviating time from his schedual) I'm sorry, but I can't do that.
*Little kid who was spilled on* I HATE YOU!!!! (Tantrums off).
The control of the media within the US is different from the Canadian censors. Obviously if you are within the media premesis, you don't know the effects of the control within the media. Don't give me the crap about the narration above or anything of the like,because I'm talking about the core of the media, like the news, newspapers, radio, and other broadcast systems which are affected. Senerios such as that does not count as a part of the censors that they need to censor.
Second thing, what is the first thing he did on the war against Iraq? He bombed the living daylights out of them. We came in UNDER UN IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN PEACE WITHIN IRAQ. To boot, the Iraq people are all mad, since Bush bombed the living daylights out of them.
As a secondary thing, with the elections coming up, he goes to negotiate with the Iraq leaders. You're supposed to do the second thing first in the first place. I can say that the Roman Empire had its bases on negotiations (e.g. Agricola), and maintain of peace (pax Romanam). Bush, however, does not grasp that idea, thus have had the chicken UN oppose him (and failing to convert him)...main member includes CANADA. Aside from that, his negotiations now are pointless, as he's already done the permanent damage. Severing national relations? Definitely.
"I think Prime Minister Poutine is making the right choice in supporting me, I hope we will have a good talk in Toronto."
-referred to a question in which the reporter erred about Toronto instead of Ottawa.
This is taken from a broadcast in the past by CBC. Yes, Cretain (I can't spell his name either) is not Poutine in any way. Sure, bush knows his geographic regions when Toronto is the capital of Canada. Wait, doesn't Cretain get pissed off when he doesn't even know your name? It's not hard to correct the small errors just so everyone's happy, but no.