Classic Moonbat

And one that hasn’t even bothered to do his research. Let’s look at the headline:

Canada Goes To Hell
Legal pot? Legal gay marriage? Universal health care? What’s next, free porn and candy?

Avast, Mr. Morford, Canada already has a universal health care system. Interesting headline regarding Canada supposedly about to legalize gay marriage.

Because it’s happened. Canada’s high court just ruled that the government can, if it so desires, redefine marriage to include gay couples,
which it has declared it will do almost immediately, thus solidifying
Canada’s place as the chilly yet mellow and gay friendly and
hockey-riffic epicenter of all known hell.

It’s true. It’s rather amazing. Gay
marriage will be completely legal in Canada very soon. It’s been oddly
ignored in much of the U.S. media and hasn’t really been much discussed
among those in the terrified red states except when, deep in the night,
from their respective lumpy twin beds, they whisper to each other
across the room as they pop their Ambien and stroke their portfolios
and curse their very genitals: oh my God what’s wrong with those
freakin’ Canadians?

Or, it could be that the US media hasn’t given a rat’s pattootie about this story, other then the far left SFGate. Now, why would we in the "Red States" care, either? That is Canada. That is their business. It really doesn’t affect us, thank you very much. Read the rest of this absurdity here. Commenting on the entire thing would take all night, since the man has gone right over the cliff. WIth a 16 ton weight. And they say that the Right is crazy? Please.

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2 Responses to “Classic Moonbat”

  1. Danielle says:

    I lived in Canada for three years and one thing I can say is that the health care system is highly overrated. This is like a dirty little secret. Unbelievable waiting lists for surgery (even if they are needed in a short period of time). Better not move because if you do, finding a doctor is almost impossible. If you need a note or copy of something from them, be prepared to pay 30$ or more. No kidding. Prescriptions, although cheaper there are not covered, neither is dental or eyecare (well, eyecare is to a point, but not completely). It is not the perfect system that you are lead to believe. Oh, I almost forgot. The quality of the health care professionals leave a lot to be desired.

  2. Good info to know, Danielle. I love Canada, the home of Hockey, but, like the other health care info I have heard and read, this lends credence that we really do not want their system. Goes for France and the UK’s systems, as well.

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