Friday, January 27, 2006

Congratulations Canada!

Your election earlier this week attracted the attention of some of this country's most notable moonbats. Good job!

Writing from within the United States and before your polls even opened, Michael Moore felt compelled to issue a statement on your country's elections. Compelled!

No, he's not a Canadian but what the hell. He's a Lefty Loon which, as we all know, makes him far better suited than you are to decide what's right best for you.

Despite MM's advice, you still elected conservative Stephen Harper as your next Prime Minister.

And now, here comes Al Gore!

ABFreedom points to this article in which Gore accuses big oil of bankrolling Tories.

"The election in Canada was partly about the tar sands projects in Alberta," Gore said Wednesday while attending the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

"And the financial interests behind the tar sands project poured a lot of money and support behind an ultra-conservative leader in order to win the election . . . and to protect their interests."

Same ol' tune for Albert, just a different country. Canada this time.

(Aincha glad he ain't Prez?)

What few people here in the U.S. are aware of or remember not to mention a few who prefer that it not be mentioned at all, is that surprisingly enough Gore knows a little something about the oil industry and political corruption.


Does the name Armand Hammer ring any bells? Maybe Occidental Petroleum?

No, our former VP doesn't have any shares in that company. He just manages his mother's portfolio in which the shares are held.

A stretch? I'd agree, except Fat Albert's father -- Al Gore, Senior -- became a VP with the company and put on its Board shortly after being forced from political office in disgrace. Some corruption thingie. A Senator from Tennessee he'd been. A seat young Albert later filled.

When "Al Senior" died, the shares he owned passed on to his wife, young Albert's mother.

There's so much more I can't begin to do it justice.

But back in January 2000, the Center for Public Integrity most certainly did:

How the Gores, Father and Son, Helped Their Patron Occidental Petroleum.

In October of that year and just before the election Gore LOST, CPI reported Gore was still stonewalling them.

Congratulations Canada.

When our Lefty Loons start taking pot shots at your new government even before it takes office, you're definitely on the right track.


Blogger ABFreedom said...

Thanks Doyle .. were doing our best to piss the off.. LOL

What fat Albert neglected to mention, of course, is that we have a law up here that does NOT allow any corporation to exceed 1000.00 dollars to any political campaign, so all his spouting off was into dead air space, and a total lie.

The lefties up here made waves in your election, so I guess it's only fair yours return the favor. Hopefully, one day, we squeeze them back into the sewer.

8:23 PM  
Blogger SinisterBaby said...

Hi Dee,

I have had a book for ages, "The Dark Side of Power," ... I haven't got round to reading it, which details the corruption of Armand Hammer (The Real Armand Hammer)

I will have a look through the index and find out if Gore the elder rated a mention or two.

Rob :)

11:27 AM  

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