Posts Tagged ‘Conservative


Calgary is the new Texas… yeeeehawww!!!

In what is thought as a predominantly liberal, left-leaning country, Canada has unfortunately been host to the evil skank Ann Coulter this week.  Surprisingly, but not surprisingly, her speaking engagement in Calgary was met with little protest and what seemingly played out as an endorsement.  It’s a sad occasion in a series of unsettling events that indicate that Canada may be leaning more towards the right.  In a day and age where Democrats south of the border are being ridiculed as socialists, Canadians are privy to a culture of nouveau right-wing Christian-led conservatism.  Luckily, Abstraction Reaction moved south just in time!!!


Rachel Maddow for Senator!!!!

Although she has profusely denied that she has plans to run for Senator in Massachusetts, here at Abstraction Reaction, we fully support a bid by Rachel Maddow to dethrone Scott Brown from his Senate seat!  Go Rachel!!!!  We thinks we will add her to a new list of Sexay Senators!!!  Awesome.


George Bush wipes his hand on Clinton’s Bajayjay!

Here’s a video showing George Bush wiping his hand off on Bill Clinton’s back after shaking hands with a Haitian.  Enjoy!


Perez Hilton and Richard Simmons to Host Gay Military L.A. Bash!

Ok, we lied.  There’s no party.  But Faux News has a story running about Obama repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Basically, before Clinton, all gay people were banned from the military.  Bill Clinton thought that he could make some progress by changing the laws such that gays could be in the military as long as they don’t reveal their sexuality.  Well, this has turned out to be less than advantageous for both the military and gays.  What’s alarming in the article is this notion that lifting the Clinton-era policies (and hence allowing openly gay people to serve) would make the military a big fag-fest.  This is such bull shit. Do the old douche bags that took part in the military poll actually think that gays will flock to the military like they do to a Cher concert? This seems sooooo unlikely.  Just another example of right wing crazies and a conservative agenda at Faux News!



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Dick Cheney talks Bush, guns and sexy times!

Dick Cheney will be giving his first interview this weekend since leaving the puppetier, er, I mean, VP’s office.  Seriously, does Dick really think anybody wants to hear what he has to say, let alone NOW? Sure he can trash talk both Bush and Obama now that he has nothing to lose but his integrity.  What we’d like to hear are about all the sexy times he had in the White House.  He should write a tell-all book about his sexcapades in the VP office.  Oh wait, he shoots off pellet guns because he has no schlong.  My


All candidates debate in Parkdale-High Park

Here are the candidates:

Andrew Borkowski Christian Heritage Party of Canada

Jilian Saweczko Conservative Party of Canada

Rob Rishchynski Green Party of Canada

Rob Rishchynski

Gerard Kennedy Liberal Party of Canada

Gerard Kennedy

Terry Parker Marijuana Party

Peggy Nash New Democratic Party of Canada (presently holds the seat)

Peggy Nash

What we saw:

Some highlights included –

The Christian Heritage Party of Canada candidate was funny and served as comic relief. He got booed heavily when he said that he does not believe that global warming is real and that it has served to make Al Gore rich.

The Green Party candidate was very succinct and he also knew the party policies. Very relatable and discussed not being part of partisan politics, referring to Nash and Kennedy. Green Party discussed tax strategies including  not taxing income up to $25,000.

Marijuana party candidate was a joke and funny.

A major theme of the night became the issue of how to help the environment and the economy – mainly taxing at the source, cap and trade or carbon tax.

NDP surprisingly were really strong on the issues of arctic sovereignty and stopping foreign takeovers. She spoke strongly on opposing the war in Afghanistan and how her party voted against the Afghanistan war extension twice.

Kennedy had to defend supporting the current government’s mandates in parliament and he discussed how him and his party plan on reversing the items they voted for if elected to a new government. He played the victim card and said that they had to juggle between bringing down the government and forcing an election or trying to work with what they had.

The Conservative candidate kept referring to the new child benefit and the GST cut as a way of decreasing poverty in cities. She also briefly discussed the Conservative green plan as a set of fines for large companies that have large carbon emissions.

When asked, the NDP candidate discussed the possibility of a coalition with any other party and the Liberal candidate shot the idea down.

Abstraction reaction observations:

Jilian Saweczko

– not a clear communicator but at least she showed up. Long winded and read from a script. Has a son in the service and did not say she wanted to pull the troops out of Afghanistan. Was pro-life but said that Harper would not open the issue. Hard to understand because of accent and lack of communication skills.

Peggy Nash

– clear, concise, affable, competent, engaging, a lot of applause, roars from the crowd, respectful to the other candidates, proficient, clearly stated her stance on every issue

Rob Rishchynski

– clear, concise, not as articulate but made key points

Gerard Kennedy

– smarmy, overly confident, not direct in his answers, blustery, came off very evangelical and grandiose, grabbed mic and walked about the stage as if in a church service, impatient with the organizers, visible flustered at times, was reprimanded by the moderator, rude

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