At least bring common sense to the table
You just got to love the liberals
Published on May 21, 2011 By BoobzTwo In Current Events

From the Manitoba Herald: May 10, 2011
The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols to stop the illegal immigration. The recent actions of the Tea Party are prompting an exodus among left-leaning citizens who fear they'll soon be required to hunt, pray, and to agree with Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck… 

Now Canada Has a Border Problem

You have to just love the liberal munchkins as their solution to Mexico’s overcrowded slums was so successful … they are trying to take their lunacy north, and east of Alaska. Amazing what a college degree can get you today, hehehe.


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on May 22, 2011

I wonder where the Canadians are going to illegally immigrate to ... beware polar bears, hehehe.

on May 22, 2011

BoobzTwo
I wonder where the Canadians are going to illegally immigrate to ... beware polar bears, hehehe.

LOL, sorry BoobzTwo but thats like saying that Australians will immigrate to the outback.   Polar bears are Canadian except the few in Alaska that keep trying to migrate to Canada. Canadians go to Cuba   where we thaw out.

on May 23, 2011

Cuba might not be a bad place to sit out the nuclear winter as they WILL have one of the best health care systems to survive ... unless some capitalist pig decides to target practice, Cuba being such a threat to the USA USG and all. We can bring all the polar bears and a few kangaroos for company.

on May 23, 2011

It's funny how many Americans cross into Canada to go to Cuba  .

I also had to laugh at a bartender in Cuba who guessed very quickly that I was Canadian. How did you guess that? I asked. He said "your polite". I realize it was probably a sly way to get more tips though.

on May 24, 2011

I never had the pleasure of going to Cuba. I did take some time out to travel a bit in the Philippines (and Scotland (Edinburgh and Glasgow), Australia (Perth), Mexico and Canada). Tour busses went to the usual places … and I used the local transport and went elsewhere, go figure. The further I got from direct western influence well it was like night and day. The people I met and talked to were of all surprises normal human beings, go figure. For the most part, that pretty much applies here in America too … one just has to get away from the Megalopolises … and the politics that pervades everything in our daily lives.

on May 24, 2011

Cuba was fantastic, nothing at all like its portrayed in the media. People are super friendly. Loads of old classic cars because of no new US imports. Granted its been along time, things do change.

on May 24, 2011

myfist0
Loads of old classic cars because of no new US imports.

Funny that, huh? Nobody is stopping the rest of the world from trading with Cuba, yet somehow it's the US's fault they can't get new cars, lol. It is rough when a country can't get one of those lopsided trade deals (not in the USA's favor) from Uncle Sam. Well at least we can see how the rest of the world steps up to help "poor Cuba". Perhaps the rest of the world isn't as stuiped as the US. BTW did you stay in one of those foreigner only hotels? The ones that locals either are not allowed to stay at or could never afford it? Yep, plenty of lovely third world countries out there.

on May 24, 2011

You are well off your rocker to think Cuba is 3rd world just because they dont buy a new American car every year. Lots and lots of new vehicles (OK mostly ladas) but also tons of old classics, they rust away real quick in Canada so I see a difference. The one I did own I had to buy parts from texas.

Nitro Cruiser
BTW did you stay in one of those foreigner only hotels? The ones that locals either are not allowed to stay at or could never afford it? Yep, plenty of lovely third world countries out there.

 No that was Jamaica. It was recommended that we not leave the resort which was like a high class prison with big walls and barbed wire. Granted there was lots of strikes at the time.

If I want to see 3rd world I just cross the border into Buffalo NY 

on May 25, 2011

myfist0
You are well off your rocker to think Cuba is 3rd world just because they don't buy a new American car every year.

Not sure where you concluded I believe Cuba is 3rd world because they can't buy a new US car. What I did say is where are the German, Japanese, Chinese, Korean cars, or other products and investments in Cuba for that matter? Some folks like to blame the US embargo for the condition Cuba is in. So where is the rest of the world? Why is the US expected to be the one to "dig deep" in its pocket. You didn't address that, so I'll help you: There is no profit to be had in Cuba, and the rest of the world knows it. They can only roll so many cigars. Of course the Cuban gov. loves those tourist dollars. They buy the foreign currency from the businesses and makes money selling their own currency back to the people, at a profit of course. There's always the black market though.

So how many Cubans you met had the opportunity to travel to Canada (or anywhere)? How well traveled a nations average person is a pretty fair indicator of their status. Of course I don't count a raft to Florida as "travel". I also don't expect most Cuban fall under the term "average" by industrialized nations standards. 

myfist0
No that was Jamaica. It was recommended that we not leave the resort which was like a high class prison with big walls and barbed wire.

Yeah, the gov is now putting up signs along the US southern border that it is unsafe to go there. I heard that about Jamaica, but I've no desire to go there. Been to Cuba a few times, but that was beautiful Guantanamo Bay. Safe, sound and very pleasant. If I ever have to go to prison, that's were I'd choose to go. 

myfist0
If I want to see 3rd world I just cross the border into Buffalo NY

Sure, wait a few more years it will even be worse, The US is rapidly becoming a third world country. Many people arriving here had no desire to fix where they came from, yet don't hesitate to bring the same problems with them. They don't integrate, they want the rules changed to make them special or protected. Wrap that together with a large segment of the population that have no clue, or fail to realize that we cannot keep spending money we don't have. Yep, we'll soon see how the world helps the once most generous nation the planet has ever seen. I don't expect much.

on May 25, 2011

Interesting thoughts about Cuba. But I guess going on vacation for a few days constitutes a good understanding of how great Cuba really is. What I can't help but figure out is why so many Cubans risk life and limb to cross the waters between Cuba and Florida to become US residents since everyone who goes to Cuba on vacation says that Cuba is great and all.

I have friends from Cuba, my mother in laws husband is Cuban. His son came from Cuba a few years ago thru one of those lottery things that allow Cuban citizens to get visas and leave the country. Neither one had anything good to say about Cuba besides enjoying being around their families and friends. Life in Cuba was tough for them and life in the US is more than a blessing but something they don't plan on letting go any time soon.

You can fool yourself into believing there is nothing wrong with Cuba when you stay in nice hotels and you have foreign currency to spend there. I dare anyone who talks this way to stay in Cuba for a long period of time, several months, and live the way Cubans do, in poverty, under Cuban rule and then tell me if you still think the same way about Cuba.

I am Puerto Rican because of my parents. I like visiting the country for vacation, but living there sucks. Everything in PR is just like the US, except for wages. Everything cost the same there as it does here but you have less money to spend. No thanks, I'm OK with the US.

on May 25, 2011

myfist0
Cuba was fantastic, nothing at all like its portrayed in the media. People are super friendly. Loads of old classic cars because of no new US imports. Granted its been along time, things do change.
Humm … where does one start…  Not sure what Cuba has to do with illegal immigration in Canada, but what the heck. If you care to play myfist0, you will be on your own here as this will only digress further and I speak from experience, just watch. Have fun …

on May 25, 2011

Most Canadians welcome people from all over the world, Americans are no different. I say any American that wants to be a Canadian, come on over and don't forget to trade in your hand guns for a hockey stick on the way. 

LOL, I finally found the whole email being spread. http://kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/06/17/liberals-sneaking-into-canada/

I am pretty sure Red Greenfield is Red Green, Canadian Comedy show host.

on May 25, 2011

myfist0
Most Canadians welcome people from all over the world, Americans are no different. I say any American that wants to be a Canadian, come on over and don't forget to trade in your hand guns for a hockey stick on the way.
Humm, but I do not feel safe when I exit my fortress unless I am packing. Think they would let me drop them off on my way in, hehehe. Don't you guys hunt and whatnot? Would I have to learn French, humm? Can I bring my 8mm sniper hunting rifle with me, hehehe.

on May 25, 2011

LOL yes you can bring your hunting rifle, we are real big on hunting (not each other) and fishing (not for war). No you dont need to be packing when you leave your house. There are some gang problems in the big cities like every big city. Most people I know dont lock there doors even at night or when they leave the house. Kids walk to school on there own without armed escort.I know, it's like a fairy tail. Almost a million in the tri-city area where I live. Biggest stories here are all the marijuana grow ops  . Canadians love there Ganga, and beer.

Edit: French is big in Quebec and parts of Nova Scotia. Quebec is very protective of there language as they rightly don't want to see it disappear. For English you must learn to add "eh" at the end of most sentences though. It comes quickly. For some reason we all have an uncle named Bob. "Bob's yur uncle eh". I have never heard a Canadian use this but every American I meet seems to think that's how we greet each other. Go figure.

on May 25, 2011

myfist0
Canadians love there Ganga, and beer.
Well, it is not really that bad locally here either, but we Americans seem to like splitting up all our cities so we have enough slums to house the poor and undereducated (USG – Educated???). I guess in this manor, we can keep these ‘leaches of society’ out of sight and out of mind, go figure. I can see why I do not need much protection up yonder, hehehe.

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