I'm busting a gut over this comment:"Well, at least I am resonably sure that both Prime Ministers Howard and Harper are, at present, saying "WTF" to each other, albeit in different accents. Both are probably trying to get triple confirmation on this story.I only hope that the National Post correctly sourced this story before running with it. I can't imagine running a story like that in a national paper because of its overall implications if it hadn't been 100% confirmed."Gold.
I'll see you and raise you:"But, the left (steve d, Robert McClelland) assume that the real world operates like the fictional world. That's their utopian naivete."Damn those reality-based community folks and their utopian naivete!
By the way, I'm pretty sure you can't top this reaction from commenter "ural", for obvious reasons:"Doesn't matter if the story was true or false - the west is still left with the same problem, to figure out when to react (it's way to late to be proactive)."Translation: "Do not -- I say, do not -- cloud the issue with facts."Feel free to post your own favourite example of breathtaking idiocy. There's lots to go around.
I start reading the comments at Small Brain Dead Animals, but after the first ten "Iran are a bunch of Nazis" comments and then seeing that no retractions were being made after this story turned out to be reliable as the Da Vinci Code or the Bible, what's then point. People that general congrigate at Kate's place are filled with hatred of everything that is not white, conservative and christain
I'm also laughing at all the smug "where's that corrupt, leftist CBC on this story?" comments.I'm sure the CBC noticed that no reputable media outlet was reporting on this story.
I'm not going to read Small Dead Animals....there is nothing you can say that will make me!
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