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Two Comics

March 26, 2011 @ 10:24

While sitting in front of my computer this morning, I was entertained by two stand up comedians.

The first one was a guy named Terry Yonka, who claims to be an actual comic. He provided a great example of what concerns me as a Canadian. I've never met him, but he posts on the facebook.

Terry posted the following this morning.

"I can't wait for the May 2nd election. This ASS has been running the country for seven years."

I replied.

Explain why he's an ass. Take as much space as you want.

Terry replied

"There isn't enough space on facebook to explain how I feel right now."

Then I replied.

So your answer is, you don't have an answer. By the way, Harper has been running the country for five years.

Then Terry did the noble thing and removed his postings.

What bothers me, is that it's representative of how far too many people in this country make reckless political decisions. How far too many read headlines or listen exclusively to the CBC and then make superficial decisions.

There is nothing wrong with disliking Stephen Harper, but if you're going to make bold statements against the man, at least have the decency to explain and prove you're informed.

Even just a couple of paragraphs.

The other comic I listened to this morning was Jack Layton.

I can't help but laugh when I see him stand up and actually talk like he's got a shot at being Prime Minister. It would be like Brian Burke claiming the Leafs can win the Stanley Cup this year.

The only difference between the Leafs and NDP is that the Leafs could actually win in the future.

It's a great life for old Jack. He sucks off the national tit and can make all kinds of wild statements knowing full well that he'll never have to act on them, unless of course he jumps into bed with the Bloc.... while he's not critisizing our military.

It's a pretty good gig and pays better than Yuk Yuk's.

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7 Responses to "Two Comics"

March 26, 2011 / 12:49

Sorry Freddie, Leafs nor the NDP will never win. If you ran for PM, I might have to vote for you though.

Il Duce
March 26, 2011 / 12:57

Joke Layton is an embarrassment to Canadian Politics as much as he is to the NDP. He's nothing more than an overpaid carnival barker dressed in a suit.

Rick C in Oakville
March 26, 2011 / 15:17

Il Duce, love the comparison to the Carnival Barker, LOL.

The Laytons and Chows are like the generations that get hooked on social welfare and can't break the cycle. They are now welded to the social welfare breast, and can't stop sucking.
Jack is only cocky as he feels he has some value to the coalition amigos, he is going to find his support eroded in this election as the soft Liberals try to head off a Harper majority.

March 26, 2011 / 16:49

Rick C., I live in Chow's riding, and not one hour ago I heard two young welfare recipients in punk regalia, bragging about just that. One considered himself a shining endorsement of the welfare system, having benefited from it all his life. Oh, and need I say it? The boys were carrying boxes of empties across the street to the beer store...

March 26, 2011 / 20:11

JL is pissed at Iggy. That's the only reason that he pushed Harper over the cliff. He knows fully that Iggy never wanted an election and that the BQ hasn't got the votes to amount to anything under Duceppe.

I wonder if he's paying attention to Ford and Premier Dad. Wants an election out of the way before Ont goes PC as McG's party blows up in his face.

I figure that the NDP will do alright, might gain 2 or 3 more seats from fleeing libs. The Tories should get a majority riding Harper's handling of the financial meltdown. The Libs are going down in flames with only the dyed in reds holding the fort. I'm all for this as long as a majority gov comes from it.

March 28, 2011 / 17:02


I don't agree, I think Layton has a way better chance of becoming PM than the Leafs do of winning the cup.

Dalian Escort
May 23, 2011 / 15:12

I can see it where it would benefit the person who comments, but to it feels spammy. I have a hard time coming up with comments sometimes, good post!

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