"The ad intentionally mocks the culture, or what many on the left believe is the culture, of our neighbors to the south and their television programming. Scantly clad women and lots of action is what the Friends of CBC claim will become of the CBC if it were to be privatized."Ironically... it turns out the Ass Man has a history, not with anything remotely American, but with... wait for it... the CBC...
"And how do the 'Friends' mock the culture of our American neighbours? By using a known Canadian pornography photographer and promoter Uncle D, known as 'the Canadian Ass Man'."
• OTTAWA • Years ago, the Cape Breton, N.S., entrepreneur made a pitch to investors on CBC's Dragon's Den but was turned down, with the Dragons saying Uncle D's product was too close to pornography.Yet another classy, blow up in your own face move by Canada's compassionate, intellectual left.
The blogger 'Alberta Ardvark' noticed the actor was the same man.
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"We call this the bad, scary guns amendment," said NDP justice critic Jack Harris of the latter measure.Anybody else see NDP leader Nicole Turmel screeching at the PM in the House of Commons about Attawapiskat?
There was also an attempt to rename the bill the 'risking public safety act.'
I swear... I've seen Palestinian suicide-bombers mothers grave-side, displaying more composure than this freak.
She's the gift that keeps on giving.
C'mon, it's time to 'fess up... you voted for these melodramatic asshats... tell me you're not the littlest bit embarrassed right now.