Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Good Neighbors
Canadians believe U.S. President George W. Bush is almost as great a threat to our national security as Osama bin Laden, according to a government opinion poll obtained by the National Post.

The 1,500 people contacted for the poll, conducted last February for the Department of National Defence, listed "International Organized Crime" as the top danger, with 38 per cent ranking it as a great threat to security concern and another 50 per cent listing it as moderate.

But tied for second in the poll were "U.S. Foreign Policy" and "Terrorism," with 37 per cent rating it a great risk. Just behind those worries came "Climate Change and Global Warming."[Nitpicker emphasis]
Gotta love those Canucks, heh? Of course they shouldn't really be worrying about global warming because, according to US [Foreign?] Policy, that doesn't exist. Just ask Phil Cooney.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Technically, "International Organized Crime" could be applied to a lot of what the Bush regime and their cronies are doing.

No-bid contracts awarded to friends, billions embezzled/wasted/stolen, weak countries getting hit up for protection money...

Maybe the Canadians were just being subtle.

4:29 PM  

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