Thursday, January 13, 2011

Ban Mania! Lefties Gone Wild!

Next election is going to be about reining in the lefties. They are out of control, and taking it to the limit. They need to be restrained by voting them out.

Start with Huckleberry Finn...they are rewriting a classic novel so that no one is offended by a word.

Then move on to a chef who was told that foie gras was persona non gratia because 8 people protested against him.

Then we have a 25 years old song that one person complained about and it is now BANNED all over Canada. Dare you listen to it? Over 7 million and counting already have, so go for something wild!

Yikes! Did you survive? Luckily the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council can't come after me because I don't belong to their organization. They can come after this brave radio station, but I doubt they have the guts. I might have to worry about the HRC though, as they are ever vigilant for any transgression by any conservative type individual or organization that they don't like. They do love our cop killers though:

But the tribunal was persuaded by Collins’ evidence that the act of standing up causes him additional pain. On that basis, it ordered the correctional service to pay Collins $7,000 for pain and suffering.

The tribunal awarded Collins a further $2,500 in special compensation, which can be ordered if the tribunal finds the discriminatory practice was willful or reckless.

Oh.My.God. How ridiculous can the HRC's and the CBSC get? Seriously? Ban a 25 year old song and give a cop killer money? Rewrite classic literature and tell chef's what to cook? Are you kidding me? It's head shakingly (new word! If Palin can do it, so can I) stupid. Four clear instances of wrongheaded lefties banning/restricting our freedoms all in one week! I wonder what next week will bring?

I just about forgot, banning isn't good enough anymore for lefties, now they are rewriting holidays! Try to get your head around this "mistake" by the EU, in forgetting to list Christian holidays like Easter, Lent and Christmas on a calendar provided to school kids.

Lefties, banning, rewriting, complaining about their "rights" and just being total idiots. It's their last grasp at that power ring, their fingers can just about touch it. Hopefully voters will grab the ring away and deny them the power they thirst for, before they ban voting!


Patsplace said...

It's a good thing that the internet is what it is. We "The People" are becoming aware of what these crawling pieces of decaying meat are doing and "We're Not Happy".

Southern Quebec said...

First things first. The people in power are YOUR people...remember? The accountability thingy?...elected Senate?

Secondly, I actually agree with you on the song thing! Dire Straits rule, man!

Thirdly, the chef was asked nicely not to serve the fois gras. The chef makes it in the "traditional" way, I believe. (Nailing the bird's feet to the floor and force feeding it.)

AEK said...

What's especially shameful about banning the Dire Straits song "Money for Nothing" is that it took 25 years to draw this utter nastiness to the attention of our benevolent Canadian censors.

What about the thousands upon thousands upon thousands of other songs that might be offensive to their delicate censoring ears?

Clearly what is needed is a MASSIVE hiring spree for many, many, many more taxpayer funded censors.

So many songs to ban, and so little time!

May God bless our vigilant censors!

(Oops....Can I say that???)

Brian Busby said...

Lefties? Censors span the political spectrum.

Visit the Progressive Bloggers and you'll find that criticism over the CBSC decision and the NewSouth Huckleberry Finn is just as strong as it is here.

Nice when the Blogging Tories and Progressive Bloggers agree.

maryT said...

I am offended every time I hear Iggy speak, can I have him banned.

maryT said...

I wonder how many people have listened to that song since it was banned. I had never heard it before. Who knows, it might go to No 1 again due to the ban. Will kids go buy it.
I am putting my Huck Finn book away in a safe place, who knows, my g/grkids might discover it is worth a fortune.
When I think of the fortune I threw away (as did my parents) in bubble gum cards and comic books over the years.

maryT said...

SQ, get off the elected Senate thingy. Until provincial premiers pass said legislation, they can't be elected, just appointed.
Go after your Premier if you are so upset. Maybe you could run for a position in the Red Chamber.
You might win, think about it, Charest is denying you your right to be a senator.

liberal supporter said...

Even Mark Knopfler typically sings his song live with the offending word changed. Since the song still works either way, he didn't see the need.

But the funniest part is hearing the imbeciles whining about more "taxpayer funded censors". Guess again, bonehead.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) is an independent, non-governmental organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) to administer standards established by its members, Canada's private broadcasters. The Council's membership includes more than 730 private sector radio and television stations, specialty services and networks from across Canada, programming in English, French and third languages .