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Monday, July 04, 2005

fox's tart

John Gibson, you suck.

UPDATE: John Gibson still sucks.

UPDATE: One of the four Dark Horsemen has joined in with some Canada Day bashing of his own.

8 comments:

Kevin said...

Terrible article. Wow! Where's all that anger coming from? He makes it sound as if any complaint leveled at the US by Canada is evidence of anti-Americanism.

Yes, he is being hyper-sensitive. And, no, Canadians are not anti-American, we're anti-American silliness from folks like this Gibson fellow.

Brad said...

There's a big difference between being anti-American and anti-Bush. I would be the latter.

tyler said...

I agree. There is a huge difference in being Anti-American and Anti-Bush. It's the same as being anti-Tim Horton's and not anti-Canadian.

Not that GW is a donut or anything.

daveberta said...

Good points from all. I've never considered myself anti-American, I may not agree with the policy stances of the current Republican admin, and may be warry of the direction US culture is heading, but I don't consider myself anti-American by any strech of the means.

Mr. Gibson, though, I would consider him to be anti-Canadian.

Anonymous said...

Good post. Gibson sucks.

Anonymous said...

What a blowhard. Not even worth reading, except for humour value. Yes, Canada takes advantage of the world's economic and military bludgeon....right.

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Mike said...

So I guess I was a pro-American when Clinton was in office and now I'm an anti-American.

My political stance cnages when the US has an election?

This is all very confusing...

;)

Rick Barnes said...

David Frum should take up residency for life in America. I much prefer he pontificate frum there rather than from here.