Monday, February 07, 2005

Crybabies actually leaving America. Nation stronger as a result!

In today's Can'tMoveOn.Argh! Update, the NY Times reports some in U.S. voting with their feet in which the terminally infantile whiners who whimpered that they were going to flee the Jesus freaks of the Red States and run to Canada - the benign socialist Utopia to the North in which you have to step over the multitudes of homeless on the streets of downtown Toronto. (Even Detroit -a truly Third World city - has fewer homeless laying about.)

As I remarked back when Moby was filling his diaper in the aftermath of the Election, what's with these simpering twits? I don't recall a massive Republican Exodus to Canada during the Clinton Regimes reign of crime and security negligence and even if it had occured, would the Times have lavished as much attention to the concerns of those people as they're doing now?

Yep, didn't think so.

Here's some samples of the brilliant minds we're gonna lose along with some reality checkage...

Yet immigration lawyers say that Americans are not just making inquiries and that more are pursuing a move above the 49th parallel, fed up with a country they see drifting persistently to the right and abandoning the principles of tolerance, compassion and peaceful idealism they felt once defined the nation.

America is in no danger of emptying out. But even a small loss of population, many from a deep sense of political despair, is a significant event in the life of a nation that thinks of itself as a place to escape to. Firm numbers on potential immigrants are elusive.

Considering the hateful, fascist INTOLERANCE exhibited 24/7 by liberals, this is a hoot! What's more likely to occur: Red Staters flying to the Coasts to stop Gay Pride parades or Blue Staters trekking into "Jesusland" to demand that any mention of a power higher than them (read: God) be removed from public display?

Peaceful idealism?!? Listen you dirty hippies, it's the 21st Century, not Woodstock!!!

As for the significance of these pansies fleeing affecting our national soul - over 46,000 Americans die in TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENTS in a year, more than double what we're supposed to be concerned about in this article. Where's the angst about these people disappearing?!?

Oh, that's right...the Left doesn't care about life, just its agenda and power-mongering. Better dead than Dubya, right?

"I'm doing it," she said. "I don't want to participate in what this administration is doing here and around the world. Under Bush, the U.S. seems to be leading the pack as the world spirals down."

OK, the world's going to Hell in a bucket, but moving to the country next door to the supposed cause of All Bad Things is going to insulate her from the negative effects?!? How, babe? As for not participating - unless you've got a government gig, you already aren't - get over yourself!!!

"I'm originally from a poor, lead-mining town in Missouri, and I know a lot of the people there don't understand why I'm doing this," she said. "Even my family is pretty disappointed. And the fact is, it makes me pretty sad, too. But I just can't bear to pay taxes in the United States right now."

Wait until she gets a load of the Canadian tax structure, starting with the 15% effective sales tax on top of the higher prices due to the weaker Candian dollar! Socialist Utopias don't pay for themselves!

Mike Aves, 40, a financial planner in Palm Beach, Florida, where he has been active in the Young Democrats, said he was finding it almost impossible from that distance to land a job in Canada. "I've told my wife, I'd be willing to take a step down, socioeconomically, to move from white-collar work to a blue-collar job, if it would get us to Canada," he said.

This guy is willing to be poor in the cold North, rather than live in a warm environment under a President he's too immature to ride out. Buh-bye, Little Bitch. Enjoy the snow!

Many of those interviewed said the idea of moving to Canada had been simmering in the backs of their minds for years, partly as a reaction to what they saw as a rightward drift in the United States and partly as a desire to live in a place they see as more tolerant, pacific and, yes, liberal. But for all, the re-election of Bush was decisive.

Pacific? Don't they mean "pacifist"? Why not move to Switzerland? Actually, if we unload all the wannabe socialists on Canada and keep the rugged individuals here, wouldn't that be a win-win for all?

"My wife and I have talked for a long time about perhaps retiring to a condo in downtown Vancouver," said Frederick Newmeyer, 61, a professor of linguistics at the University of Washington in Seattle. "But the election was the tipping point."

This reveals how desperate for negativism the Time is - a couple who was thinking of moving to Canada for a long time decides to do it, but because they can blame it on the Election results, it's news?!?!?

When people in Cuba are willing to risk their lives to float a raft across 80 miles of open seas to get to America, we shouldn't be mourning those who will sell their Volvos and embark for life in a socialist country one damn bit! Screw 'em! Let those willing to be mature and productive in and let's get rid of the babies.



Anonymous said...

Only reason we have less homeless is becasue most of them have no place to hole up for the winter anymore what with the burning and tearing down of all the quality squatting holes and the DPD's crackdown on crackheads and streetwalkers to present a clean streets image to King kywame's investors.

just saw on the new they are gonna close about 34 of the public schools in detroit.
and force the rest of the inner city munchikins to migrate out to the burbs with the rst of the populace.


Anonymous said...


Nice logic there, shitface.