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Monday, November 22, 2004
  rabble news
According to Murray Dobbin on rabble.ca:

At no time in the past 50 years, at least, has Canada's élite been so openly contemptuous of its own country, or so eager to give up its self-appointed role of protecting Canada's unique place in the world. And at no time in this same period have “ordinary” Canadians been more proud of their values and traditions and so confident in them.

I'm pretty sure he's correct about our 'leaders', and I sure hope he's right about the pride that Canadians have in their values. The fact the Tommy Douglas seems to be topping the vote in The Greatest Canadian may give some credence to this view.

...I have to confess that part of me would have got a giggle if Don Cherry was the winner!


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