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Posted on 2007.08.10 at 00:24

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try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2007-10-08 04:54 (UTC) ()
I was reading around Christmas last year that b/c of the new, extensive US databases, Canada's denying entry to more and more people.

Gods, who knows how many lists I've been on. I belong to antiwar groups and all (and isn't the whole issue ironic in an awful, cringeworthy way?)

Canada seriously needs to reevaluate what resources (and how crappy they are on this end) they're using to allow entry, but with Stephen Harper around - don't hold your breath!

It looks like he might be around for quite a while if the Liberals don't get their heads out of their asses and support the Throne Speech. Because now? Is not a good time, y0. *shakes them*
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try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2007-10-08 22:00 (UTC) ()
Stefan Dion and his accent of awesome

I heard that one! Accent of Awesome ftw! I was in my car and I sat there like a dork until the interview was finished. I swear, I could listen to him read the phone book, like All. Day.

Not to mention that Dion may be reallyreally smart but he's not Andrew Carnegie. The guy needs a PR makeover. I mean, I like him, but, um. Me liking him means less than nothing. (I'd love to sit him down and feed him some cocoa and cookies, he's got that kind of vibe). I was really hoping that the Liberals would win in whatever that riding is in Québec that's been Liberal for years and was a Major Test of Dion's leadership. IIRC, the NDP won that one, and that made the party look even more chaotic and disjointed. The Liberals remind me of the Democrats now, even. They need to all be on the same page (I don't think they are, really; they're just all on the side of People Who Hate Republicans).
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