Welcome to Crazy Canadian Comments, a weekly column featuring the most outlandish comments made on popular news sites (mostly the National Post and Globe and Mail, because that’s where all the angry senior citizens are).
The first anecdote of pure hatred comes from the National Post, where a heated discussion about an ex-Lieutenant Governor of Quebec allegedly committing fraud.
There’s nothing like some fresh partisan hackery on a Monday morning. I didn’t know Harper had such a highly-esteemed adviser, either. You learn something new every day.
The Globe and Mail published an article about Ford Nation? Really? I would have never guessed.
Yeah, Ford deserves some respect. We should disregard all the awful things he’s done to Toronto and the people around him. Anything to show those hard left elitists who’s boss.
Quebec feminist Therese Casgrain has had her name quietly removed from a national honour, and replaced with a new volunteer award, The Globe and Mail reports.
Okay, so…Shiberals? Really? Lieberals, Fiberals, and now Shiberals? Wordplay aside, the original commenter displays an eye for detail when he responds to MacKenna, questioning his sexual orientation. Then there’s some more partisan hackery. It’s a bundle of love.
Sun News detailed an incident between protesters and attendees at last weekened’s FordFest event. It’s a ripe environment for great discussion.
Barry Levy is the harbinger of the impending doom that will inflict itself upon Canadian society. We should heed his words. Or, y’know, he could just be some nutter who doesn’t know what the hell he is talking about.
Finally, a law group criticized the Harper government for its now-infamous conflict with Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin.
Grow up! You meany, poop-eating butts need to grow up! Do you have nothing better to do with your time? Mr. Nelson spends his time posting drivel on the comments section of a third-rate Canadian news site. Learn from the master.