Saturday, May 28, 2005

Senator Amidala was right

Am I just missing out? Is everyone enjoying a joke that I'm too naive to get? Hey guys, if it is true, wait up for me!

But if the days are really becoming dimmer and democracy and religious freedom really are being sold out for with a laugh and an applause, then I'm becoming concerned.

Canadians want a democracy, but yet they don't to go to the polls.

Canadians, like Warren Kinsella, want Stephen Harper to hijack the riding nominations process by refusing to sign papers.

He says it "Kills two birds with one stone: gets rid of a bunch of single-issue troublemakers. And gets you Ontario"

On the contrary. I think it kills two other birds: grassroots democracy and religious freedom.

2 comments:

issachar said...

There seem to be a significant number of influential people in Canada today, (and a lot of voters too) who seem not to care about democracy, but rather see it as a vehicle to make their desires law. If another vehicle works better than so be it. Ends justifying the means and all that.

Anonymous said...

Amidala was right, and really hot... ahem seriously... couldn't agree with you more.