Vive Le Canada

Enter Mr. Broadbent
Date: Saturday, December 20 2003

The following is a classic example of the centre-right drivel we get in Canada's media. The Globe and Mail has softened noticeably since Conrad Black's departure as publisher, and William Thorsell's (current R.O.M. director) departure as editor in recent years, and the Toronto Star continues its wishy-washy, centrist confusion. That being said, we still get nonsensical editorials, often in the name of being "Objective," as its apparently objectivity (or propaganda?) to either ignore facts, e.g National Post, or say things that aren't ALL wrong, but FAIL to point to the cause of a problem, or demonstrate an obvious, reasonable solution....the latter is what we have here, a bunch of fluff, designed to satisfy the average adult, who is ignorant, and ignore the details.

To be quite honest, being perfectly "Objective" is to have no opinion. Read THIS, and if the link doesnt't work, for whatver reason, go to, and read it on the site.

To paraphrase, the following contains this hilarity: "The Liberals have shown no intention of dismantling the social programs Canadians enjoy." Whatever. Enjoy! Happy reading!

(Oh yeah, and Broadbent's only 2 years older than Martin, after 14 years out of politics, who "Wants to govern until 75.) Heh.

More Liberal bias in the media:


The Globe and Mail, Saturday, December 20, 2003 - Page A28

Enter Mr. Broadbent

After much coaxing, and after insisting in October that it was "an extremely remote possibility" that he would re-enter politics, Ed Broadbent has re-entered politics. If he wins the NDP nomination in Ottawa Centre (probable) and wins the seat in the next election (possible), he will join new NDP Leader Jack Layton (assuming Mr. Layton can win a seat of his own) in the House of Commons......

Enter Mr. Broadbent

Enter Mr. Broadbent

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