28 April 2008

Hey, Dalton...

Just for a change... how about you try being Premier of "all of the people?"

-- Caledonia, ON -- A renewed Six Nations blockade of a southern Ontario highway is pushing residents to the brink and is paving the way for a repeat of violent clashes between protesters and town residents, the mayor of the beleaguered town said Monday.

"This shouldn't be allowed," Haldimand County Mayor Marie Trainer said in an interview. "Enough is enough. Something has to happen. This nonsense can't continue."
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5 comments:

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Neo, I'm not sure what your point is here, when you quote Marie Trainer.

I feel sorry for her. What can she do? It's an awful situation.

Neo Conservative said...

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i think you might be reading something into this joanne... but i agree, ms. trainer's obviously at the end of her rope. i heard actually she broke down and cried at a presser.

my guess is this is how many of the residents of caledonia feel after being sold down the river yet again by premier mcslippery.

call me wacky... but how about we go back to "one people... one law?"

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Joanne (True Blue) said...

My husband said he heard something about truckers trying to get around the barrier that the natives set up, and then being charged by the OPP for having loads above the legal weight limit? Did you hear that?

Neo Conservative said...

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nope, haven't heard that. i'd guess the opp is more worried right now... about six nations snipers... than harassing hapless truckers.

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Anonymous said...

Local police forces must replace the OPP because the OPP are simply tools of Queen's Park. They won't/can't enforce the law anymore, so they should simply be disbanded.

Selective application of law should work for all the people of Ontario if it works for some - speeding? Who the hell are the OPP to tell you it's against the law?

Officers could be hired by local communities and Dolton should be fired.