January 12, 2006

Bud Talkinghorn: Liberal attack ads & Indian Plight -&- For the Military

Bud Talkinghorn: Liberal attack ads

... tongue firmly in cheek


"Mr. Harper would put soldiers with guns on Canadian streets." Gasp! Monstrous! Soldiers with guns! Can't they be equipped with brooms to sweep up the needles and condoms off the streets? What are they doing with guns anyway? By God, Martin was right with his gun registry. The only mistake was not to take away the army's long guns as well. He would, of course, like to confiscate their handguns now. Well maybe he would allow them to keep their handguns in Afghanistan. Rumour has it that there are real bad guys there. Can't have bodybags coming home at election time. But to let them keep those long guns--automatics even--that just makes a mockery of our two billion dollar gun registry. Given half a chance that Harper boy would have armed units of the Einsatzgruppen rounding up innocent immigrants. Jane-Finch would be one big concentration camp. "I'm not making this up."--as the Liberal tag line always says.

Yes sir, you have to hand it to the Liberals, when cornered, the fangs and claws come out.

Unfortunately, it is coming across in a Crash Bandicoot sort of way. What Harper was suggesting was that should a disaster occur (Think London and Madrid) there would be trained medical and support troops to help. Not quite Martin's storm trooper-implied threat. If Canadians buy into this crap, then we deserve the Liberals, and worse, their parasitic, spendthrift NDP buddies "advising" them on policy.

As for the other attack ad, which stated directly that electing Harper would only please President Bush, a.k.a. the man who must have had to have 666, the mark of the Beast, lasered off his forehead to get elected. This? From the Liberal party that promised a better working relationship with our best friends? I'll bet that the Republicans will pay attention to that particular "drive-by smear"--as Martin is prone to call these things.

The degree of desperation these ads show is patently obvious .. at least to the thinking voter. After these ads, the bizarre "Notwithstanding Clause statement", and his new, improved gun registry scheme, Martin only needs a fork stuck in, him, because Paul Martin is done.

© Bud Talkinghorn

I don't think you can believe much of what Paul Martin and his PropagandaOrgan say. Yet taxpayers have no choice; their taxes fund PM & Team, along with the blatantly biased CBC. Remember that when you vote, Canadians.



For Canada's Military

US military may have read it already, since it came from a US friend. Thanks JK.

Bud, forgive me for more added comments again today. Nevertheless, what follows is dedicated to Canada's military and I just think, in all seriousness, it needs to be said.

A crusty old Sergeant Major found himself at a gala event, hosted by a local liberal arts college. There was no shortage of extremely young, idealistic ladies in attendance, one of whom approached the Sergeant Major for conversation.

She said, "Excuse me, Sergeant Major, but you seem to be a very serious man.
Is something bothering you?" "Negative, ma'am," the Sergeant Major said, "Just serious by nature."

The young lady looked at his awards and decorations and said, "It looks like you have seen a lot of action."

The Sergeant Major's short reply was, "Yes, ma'am, a lot of action."


The young lady, tiring of trying to start up a conversation, said, "You know, you should lighten up a little. Relax and enjoy yourself."

The Sergeant Major just stared at her in his serious manner.


Finally the young lady said, "You know, I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but when is the last time you had sex?"

The Sergeant Major looked at her and replied, "1955."

She said, "Well, there you are. You really need to chill out and quit taking everything so seriously! I mean, no sex since 1955! Isn't that a little extreme?"

The Sergeant Major, glancing at his watch, said in his matter-of-fact voice,
"You think so? It's only 2130 now."

Ya gotta love that military time!



The Indian plight--a story without end

I have written before on our totally wrong-headed Indian policy, that has plagued both Liberal and Conservative administrations. The National Post ( "Dying for a cultural fantasy" Wed. Jan.11, 06) published its lead editorial on the perverse "cruelty" that distinguishes our government policy. No doubt the occasional Native reader to my blog assumes I am some culturally-insensitive redneck; however I am anything but. I want natives to share in our wealth. I want them to share in our diverse world culture. I want them to share in our female rights and property laws. Our Indian Affairs Department has thrown untold billions at the "Indian problem". The results can be seen all across the reserve archepeligo--rampant vandalism, substance abuse, spousal violence, wild children, and welfare dependency. Yet the current Indian Affairs Minister, Andy Scott, is out there throwing billions more at them, with practically no accountability asked for. The government has simply become a giant pinata to beat the goodies out of each year. Or better yet, after each new scandal on a reserve. This, despite the fact that the government knows that most of the problems on reserves (including the water supply) are caused by incompetent native technical staff and corrupt band leaders. It is as though the suffering can be smothered with yet more money. An obscene proposition.

There is nothing wrong with most of the native culture; but it does not support a self-sufficient lifestyle. Let them keep their tribal beliefs; nevertheless, they must subjugate these to the realities of today's world. Otherwise, they are doomed to stay outside the window of opportunity, resentfully staring in. When they overcome their culture of entitlement, then they will march beside us into the rapture of economic contentment.

© Bud Talkinghorn



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