The saga/history/thoughts of two gay partners and their 4-footed child picking up stakes in the US and immigrating to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
At least we can say we told 'em so - if you know what I mean. I can't say that I'm at all surprised...
We did, we did, MSEH.Too bad we were lone wolves in the wilderness.And no, I'm not surprised either. What a refreshing change it would have been if it had turned out otherwise . . . .
Too bad we were lone wolves in the wilderness.You'll correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you and I are the lone wolves here. I was under the impression MSEH voted for Obama. But if I'm wrong, good!It's nauseating, and unsurprising.
Actually, both MSEH and I voted in the General Election for Obama based on the alternatives offered. Since we both were casting our votes in "swing" states, it might have actually made a difference. (Assuming the votes were counted - ;-) )What MSEH is referring to is during the primary season in which we both supported the only true Progressive that braved the dem's contest: Dennis Kucinich. The rest of 'em were all MOTS (More of the Same).Now if we can just do something about getting the Coalition operative up here and harper out on his ass, things would be looking so much better . . . .
Yes, and I stand by my decision to have taken the "lesser of two evils" route. What I meant was that I said all along that he was going to be less about change, and more about the same ol', same ol'. But, I'd rather have his "same ol', same ol'" than McCain's...
Rick Warren should be banned from his own church for being a complete idiot.
In BC , the protocol has become: invite the local First Nations Chief whose territory we are on to conduct the opening prayer.They've got some First Nations in America,right? It would certainly be appropriate.2nd choice: a Quaker
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