- Wajid Khan"Listen to me very carefully, my community is the Canadian community; I am not the ambassador of some country to Canada; I am an MP representing Canadians and my primary interest is Canada''s welfare. I am not in politics to represent some overseas group or government. Yes, I am a Muslim, but I cannot be held hostage by self-appointed community leaders who have their own hidden agendas."
Kate Shaw wrote:The typical anti-American "student" believes that magic produces goods and also that magic puts money in their bank accounts. The fact that the magic is called "parents" does not disturb their fancy.
You'll notice that the vast majority of the anti-American crowd are either living off trust funds or are living off their parents or the State. There is a reason for this. Ted Kennedy and Welfare Mama have one very important bedrock thing in common: they have no idea where the money that they live on came from.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, determined to confront the diplomatic tensions of President Bush's first term head-on, has chosen Paris as the venue for the main policy speech of her first foreign trip, the State Department said yesterday.
The Feb. 8 address will try to explain to the Europeans the Bush administration's plans for the next four years, emphasizing that any actions it takes will be motivated not by imperial ambitions but by causes and values Europe itself holds dear, such as freedom and democracy, officials said.
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