16 April 2011

You want the good stuff... ask a Lawyer

Yeah, Rodney... tell us all about "The Good Ship Lollipop"...

Holloway agreed that the Sun Sea's arrival was part of a complex, well-organized and likely profitable operation, but "the intention appears to have been to bring the ship to Canada and report to a port of entry, not to enter Canada clandestinely."
Now, Rod... I'll confess I don't have an LL.B on my business cards... but I do know total horse-puckey when I see a big steamin' pile.

And forgive me for treading on sanctified lawyerly turf... but there's an accepted way (as in legal) to "report to a port of entry"...
"He has a doctorate in chemistry, she has very similar qualifications, they both speak very fluent English (and other languages)... and it still took them almost 4 years and thousands of dollars to get their permanent residency cards."


2 comments:

Frances said...

Do taxes in season and see far too many families who are denied benefits because only one family member has the 'work permit' and therefore the spouse - usually Mum - can't get the SIH necessary for filing her tax return and getting the CTTB, etc. Funny, arriving dockside, pregnant and sans papers, allows you all these benefits; while taxpayers are denied.

Neo Conservative said...

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ask yourself, which party is actually gonna crack down on this sort of abuse.

i'll give you a hint... it ain't the "welcome back khadr" folks.

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