Friday, December 24, 2010

Mark Steyn says Sarah Palin is right about "Death Panels": We've got em here in Canada!

Steyn, while (tellingly) substituting for Rush Limbaugh:

We'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that Enormous Thriving Plants was again ahead of the curve, warning Americans about Canada's "Socialist" healthcare, its "death panels" and more well over a year ago!

If Macleans magazine is interested in continuing to have Mr. Steyn's brand of rhetoric grace its pages, but would prefer it in a more timely fashion than he seems able to provide, please do consider dropping us a line! We'd be more than happy to whip up a quick piece or two on how we in the west must get cracking on outbreeding the parasite-like Muslim hordes. Wait, something sound familiar about that idea...


b_nichol said...

Thank you for flying Nut-job Airlines.
Please ensure that your seatbelt is fastened, and that all reason, rationality and anything remotely resembling the truth is safely stored away for the remainder of this flight of fancy.

Jumpin' 10-ft Jesus on a pogo stick - do Canadians actually listen to this idiot without throwing up in their mouths just a little bit?

Audrey II said...

Well, Macleans magazine seems to think so, although given its consistent march towards cultural irrelevance, maybe its the shock-jock free-advertising that the Limbaugh substitute brings with him that's the reason he continues to be in print there. Clearly it isn't his taste in women. (Yes, Steyn's alleged breast fascination is with THAT Wendy Sullivan. Now, if THAT didn't make you throw up in your mouth more than a bit, I don't know what would!)

I guess the problem isn't the dwindling and small number of Canadians that listen to / read Mr. Steyn without a critical mind, it's the number of U.S. citizens (see Rush Limbaugh's audience) that's telling. Maybe Mr. Steyn doesn't have the self-awareness to understand what it means when one's intellectual appeal is to that kind of audience, or he just doesn't have the integrity to care. Neither speaks well of the chap.

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