Friday, December 15, 2006

What's the problem then?

If this is true, why is this still a fact?

Given that Steve and George are so tight, shouldn't he be able to get Maher Arar off the list?

Also, why was Day unable to get an answer as to whether or not Mr. Arar is still on a watch list, but the Ambassador can come on radio and confirm it?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the French governement asked Canada to not allow Mr. Dion to run for the highest political office in the country because he is already a citizen of France...should we comply?

We have absolutely no business dictating the security policies of another country....none what so ever. And to even suggest otherwise shows how absolutely lost with reality some people are.

Anonymous said...

Oh...and too answer this question....

"Also, why was Day unable to get an answer as to whether or not Mr. Arar is still on a watch list, but the Ambassador can come on radio and confirm it?"

Stockwell Day is a Canadian...I even think he is a minister in the Canadian Government. And I might be way off here...but I think the Ambassador to Canada works for the Bush administration....he might even be American...which would explain why he knows about American Policy.

Following your logic...the next time I have a question about France...I'll be sure to ask Mr. Dion.

knb said...

Well anon....(it's always an anon isn't it) following your logic, (cough), you have just told me exactly how much influence this Government doesn't have.

An Ambassador can come on radio and tell us what is??? Radio man and the CBC to boot.

Day AND McKay can get no answer? Give your head a shake.

Nicole said...

Hi. I just read your comments at RT's and I just wanted you to know I am thinking of you and hope that your are ok.
If it is what I think it is, I have a place in my heart for you and yours and just want you to know.

Our lives are so enriched by the abolute, unselfish love we are given and I hope you are able to think of that, during your bad day.

take care, xoxo, Nic