PM, Bush eager to resolve softwood dispute
Stephen Harper and George W. Bush ushered in their newly minted relationship yesterday with orders to their staffs to find ways to kick-start talks aimed at resolving the softwood lumber controversy.
OK, I'm going to type this slowly and with really short words so even people like Stephen Harper and his slobbering, sycophantic lap dogs can understand my point.
When it comes to the softwood lumber dispute, there is nothing left to resolve. There are no open issues on the table to be closed through negotiation. All of the resolution has already taken place through the NAFTA legal process and Canada has won all of that.
When it comes to settling this, I don't want International Man of Mystery PM Stephen Harper going in with a firm determination to "resolve" this. I want him going in with a firm determination to tell that worthless, lying airhead of a U.S. president that he owes Canada $5 billion. Plus interest.
This is not a case of both parties having to "resolve" anything. Everything has been resolved. This is a case of those thieving American fuckers accepting that they owe us, and to finally pay up.
Now, what part of that is giving you trouble?