Here's the intellectually-crippled "Hunter," yammering on patriotically:
Being a non-hyphenated Canadian, I get ticked off at immigrants who expect us to bend our rules to accommodate their culture. This can be worked out if everyone comes to the table with a love of Canada.
An excellent point, Hunter. But what do we do with those people who despise Canada? You know ... like this hateful cretin:
... I was asked to speak about Canadian politics. It may not be true, but it's legendary that if you're like all Americans, you know almost nothing except for your own country. Which makes you probably knowledgeable about one more country than most Canadians...
... Canada is a Northern European welfare state in the worst sense of the term, and very proud of it. Canadians make no connection between the fact that they are a Northern European welfare state and the fact that we have very low economic growth, a standard of living substantially lower than yours, a massive brain drain of young professionals to your country, and double the unemployment rate of the United States.
In terms of the unemployed, of which we have over a million-and-a-half, don't feel particularly bad for many of these people. They don't feel bad about it themselves, as long as they're receiving generous social assistance and unemployment insurance.
I'm with Hunter -- I'd send useless, unappreciative yobs like that packing. I'm sure Hunter would agree.
P.S. It's really easy to see why Hunter's MP asked her to stop blogging, isn't it?