Conservative Party blames it on RCMP but RCMP deny it – just following orders from Conservatives
Prime Minister Harper is ejecting people from his political rallies if their Facebook pages show any connection with the other political parties. You have to register to attend. It hardly seems like democracy.
Awish Aslam is a young student excitedly trying to take in Canada’s Election.
She attended a Liberal rally. She had her picture taken with the Leader Michael Ignatieff.
Then she posted the picture on her Facebook page. Just another event in her life, thought Awish, to share with friends on Facebook.
Wrong, Canada is becoming a police state and your Facebook page can get you in trouble.
When she tried to attend the rally for Conservative Prime Minister Harper, his security police told the RCMP to eject her as an undesirable.
Only “true conservatives” can attend rallies for Stephen Harper.
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Fare turns out to be dangerous criminal intent on no good but cool cabbie carries the day
This is a true story that happened last week. We have been asked to change the names and locations to protect the cabbie. You will understand why.
I’m sitting in my cab at Mall around Walmart yesterday morning [Friday] about 8:15 when this guy and girl can running over to my cab with a whole cart load of stuff, 42 inch LCD TV, computer and a bunch of other stuff.
I opened the back of my cab, put everything in, then they said they wanted to go to amhurst.