Canadian lawyers wanted Bush arrested

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    Who the hell cares WHAT Canadian attornies want?

    They should be busy arguing with Quebec about seceding.
     
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    By ROB GILLIES

    CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Former President George W. Bush says he won't criticize President Barack Obama because Obama "deserves my silence," and says he plans to write a book about the 12 toughest decisions he made in office. Bush's speech Tuesday at a luncheon in Calgary, Alberta was his first since leaving office.

    He declined to comment about the Obama administration like former Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney said Sunday that Obama's decisions are threatening the nation's safety.

    looks like they missed their chance.
     
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    I think Canada should bar Bush from entering Canada, I absolutely do. There may come a time when we wish to bar some Canadian asshole and this would be good leverage in the bank. Go for it Canada.
     
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    Damned loony Canuck attornies should spend more time worrying about the declining market value of beaver pelts and the suspected crossbreeding of Sasquatch and the Grizzly, offspring thereof known as the GrizQuatch in some parts, or the Sasqly in others.
     
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    Actually, America has done that from time to time.

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    Oooooohhh, a scary author! What a fragile country America - land of the liberty, home of the free - must be to bar a frightening writer! :lol::lol:


    As for the OP, pay no attention. About a fifth of the Canadian population are socialist anti-American and so you get this type of thing from time to time.
     
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    There was a poll several years ago done by the Canadian consulate which asked Americans all sorts of questions about Canada. When asked what Canada's biggest industry was, the fourth most popular choice by Americans was "beaver trapping."

    :lol::lol:

    Hilarious...
     
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    Canadians.:eusa_whistle:

    No, there was a canadian lawyer on countdown who talked about this. If he violated international law, a country could arrest him. We as a so called law abiding nation are ignoring that he violated international laws that we are signatories to. Sounds sort of Red Chinesey to me.:lol:

    Kissinger doesn't travel to certain foreign countries because they have a warrant on him.
     

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