Wednesday, November 03, 2004

I'm moving to Canada

I am so completely disappointed with our Country.

I can generally see the "other side" in life. I'm usually pretty good at knowing where other people are coming from. But how the citizens of the United States can overlook the loss of allies, the unapologetic and bullheaded arrogance of this administration, and the calamity overseas absolutely astonishes me.

I'm dumbfounded.


6 comments:

dave said...

Maybe we could caravan, except I knew this girl once who was from Canada. She was mean, just mean. Perhaps Mexico?
I am still sitting at my desk with my mouth open.

Anonymous said...

Wait I thought you just told me that we were moving to Mulberry, IN. So which is it, Canada, Mulberry, or maybe we could listen to Dave and move to Mexico? Ole?:)

Anonymous said...

Nah, forget Canada. Trust me, politics are far worse there. The government is more like the mafia than a democracy. When I was there, an editor wrote in his paper's weekly editorial that he thought the Prime Minister should step down. That week the Prime Minister gave the paper a call. The editor was fired the next day. Canada is scary man. Life is better here.

Anonymous said...

By the way, Aaron is the one with the crafty Canadian mafia tale.

jaxun said...

My friend, as many times as I am disappointed by the actions and behavior of people who supposedly represent our country, I always come to the same conclusion: it is still the best place to live on the planet.

There is still hope. We may implode before we achieve that ideal Nation we all hold in our hearts, but we still have the freedom to pursue the dream.

For now, anyway.

Trev Diesel said...

Agreed Jax....