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if you're canadian go vote
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#31
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BasicAre we finally voting to you make you guys a state??? Lucky you! Welcome to America my friends the only true country on this hell hole of a home we call earth. Imagine freedom as far as the eye can see, cleaner air, cleaner guns, true patriots who will fight for your rights, that my friend is a real life. Say goodbye to that pile of garbage country Canada and say hello to your new beautiful state. No more queen, no more "Oi gov can i huv a loonie" we have a crisp ol' Georgie awaiting your arrival. USA USA USA

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[quote=Basic]Are we finally voting to you make you guys a state??? Lucky you! Welcome to America my friends the only true country on this hell hole of a home we call earth. Imagine freedom as far as the eye can see, cleaner air, cleaner guns, true patriots who will fight for your rights, that my friend is a real life. Say goodbye to that pile of garbage country Canada and say hello to your new beautiful state. No more queen, no more "Oi gov can i huv a loonie" we have a crisp ol' Georgie awaiting your arrival. USA USA USA[/quote]

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#32
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You guys do realize the beaverton is like a tamer Canadain version of the onion right?

You guys do realize the beaverton is like a tamer Canadain version of the onion right?
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#33
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Nub_DanishYou guys do realize the beaverton is like a tamer Canadain version of the onion right?

no one said it wasn't it was just funny

parody can still be semi-accurate to real life, it makes it much funnier in this case since it's how me and a lot of canadians feel about the election results

[quote=Nub_Danish]You guys do realize the beaverton is like a tamer Canadain version of the onion right?[/quote]
no one said it wasn't it was just funny

parody can still be semi-accurate to real life, it makes it much funnier in this case since it's how me and a lot of canadians feel about the election results
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#34
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AthletickI don't know anything about the shithole that is Canada other than Quebec should be it's own country.

imagine thinking france is better than quebec/canada... also quebec doesn't want to be its own country, we settled this decades ago.

[quote=Athletick]I don't know anything about the shithole that is Canada other than Quebec should be it's own country.[/quote]
imagine thinking france is better than quebec/canada... also quebec doesn't want to be its own country, we settled this decades ago.
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#35
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I wonder what it's like to have sane politics.

I wonder what it's like to have sane politics.
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#36
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-protoAthletickI don't know anything about the shithole that is Canada other than Quebec should be it's own country.imagine thinking france is better than quebec/canada... also quebec doesn't want to be its own country, we settled this decades ago.

I've been to countless airports around the world.. only one genuinely disgusted me.. that was in Paris.

[quote=-proto][quote=Athletick]I don't know anything about the shithole that is Canada other than Quebec should be it's own country.[/quote]
imagine thinking france is better than quebec/canada... also quebec doesn't want to be its own country, we settled this decades ago.[/quote]
I've been to countless airports around the world.. only one genuinely disgusted me.. that was in Paris.
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MonkeySuitI wonder what it's like to have sane politics.

canadians are wondering the same too, when they're not comparing themselves to us in an attempt to ignore their own broken system

[quote=MonkeySuit]I wonder what it's like to have sane politics.[/quote]

canadians are wondering the same too, when they're not comparing themselves to us in an attempt to ignore their own broken system
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#38
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MonkeySuitI wonder what it's like to have sane politics.

Alberta and to a lesser extent Saskatchewan (both firmly conservative) having growing separatist movements, since they're very angry about not getting a Conservative government (and ironically voting so Conservative means they have no Liberal seats, and therefore have no representation within the leading party).

Who knows if it'll eventually reach the levels that Quebec used to have (when it came to a referendum, 49.5% voted to leave) but I wouldn't call our politics sane right now.

[quote=MonkeySuit]I wonder what it's like to have sane politics.[/quote]
Alberta and to a lesser extent Saskatchewan (both firmly conservative) having growing separatist movements, since they're very angry about not getting a Conservative government (and ironically voting so Conservative means they have no Liberal seats, and therefore have no representation within the leading party).

Who knows if it'll eventually reach the levels that Quebec used to have (when it came to a referendum, 49.5% voted to leave) but I wouldn't call our politics sane right now.
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