It's not like I should even have to point this out but, what the hell. When the topic was same-sex marriage, Canada's depressing collection of wankers couldn't get enough of that precious Charter of Rights and Freedoms:
Recently there has been a great deal of criticism for the Conservative government for even contemplating legislation to protect religious freedom in Canada. This is rather surprising considering that religious freedom is "guaranteed" as a "fundamental freedom" in section 2(a) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Even the opposition parties have lined up against this. Don't they believe in the Charter? Are they opposed to human rights?
Yes, when it's a matter of protecting religious freedom to discriminate, that Charter is a wanker's bestest friend, isn't it?
On the other hand, when that very same Charter is used to protect the rights of other people, well, you can see the ugly result for yourself:
For the second time in a week the Liberal elites in this country provided aid & comfort to those who wish us harm all in the interest of maintaining slavish devotion to that damn charter.
Canada's wankersphere: Always ready to give you their opinion on the Charter, but only after you explain the context first.
I was relieved with the Canadian Supreme Court decision.
Since the US Supreme Court is increasingly drawing on international law, I'm hoping they'll see the decision as instructive.
And for the wing-nuts out there, the US Supreme Court has drawn on international law since the late 1940s...this is NOT a new trend.
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