17 May 2017

Trudeau Liberals to look into vote on...

...safe sniffing cubicles in west coast pet stores...

VANCOUVER -- A harm reduction group on the front line of Vancouver's overdose crisis can now include a small, furry mouse on the list of lives it has saved.
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RELATED: Citizenship by sheer random chance...
Give me your tired... your sexually ambiguous, too dumb to recognise life-threatening weather, wannabe soccer players...
WINNIPEG -- Five months after nearly freezing to death on a treacherous walk across the Canada-U.S. border, and still learning to get along without the 10 fingers and thumbs he lost to frostbite, Seidu Mohammed is happy.

He gets to stay in Canada.
Apparently, now we're taking any warm (OR mostly frozen) body who can stumble across the border.


4 comments:

Bill Elder said...

Obviously CTV caters to people with the mentality of small furry rodents - with all the massive malfeasance in Govt. and its administrative organs and the cultural genocide in progress, filling public air time with biased, cleansed, anti-intellectual pointless regressed emotive content is an act of treason.

When the life of a mouse matters more to TV content providers than the life of seniors struggling to heat their homes under insane energy policy or 250000 unemployed Energy workers or an influx of usless migrants straining social welfare systems - then we have anti-Canadian content glossing over needless turmoil injected into our lives by elitists using the population like a lab experiment - as such the subjects of this draconian lab experiment are afforded less humanitarian regard than an overdose mouse.

Rant mode off.....for today anyhow.

Neo Conservative said...

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why deal with substantive issues when it's so much easier to cater to the lowest common denomin.... "justin, justin... show us your tits!!!"

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Anonymous said...

owg says..........cool, more stoned liberal voters. just what the country needs.

Neo Conservative said...

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legal dope... a monument to his dead brother...

"The town suddenly became a haven for recreational pot users, drawing in transients, panhandlers and a large number of homeless drug addicts."

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