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GW Bush is making the speech tour and I wonder why the government is allowing him in because after all, he does have an arrest issue in his past. Is it the fact he was the president of the US that makes him an except to the rule? You think he get the hint that he's not welcome here with Canadians outside telling him so, while Bush is trying to make people believe he did no wrong. I think he would help himself better if he went and talked to a shrink!! Tories have their favourites of who they let in. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091022/national/bush

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GW Bush is making the speech tour and I wonder why the government is allowing him in because after all, he does have an arrest issue in his past.

Do you seriously think everyone who has a minor record is not allowed into Canada?

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Do you seriously think everyone who has a minor record is not allowed into Canada?

I guess not. Good thing too, or some of the NBA and NHL teams coming up here would be short a few team members....

Yeah yeah yeah. I didn't cite anything. You want cites, just Google "NHL player arrested" or "NBA player arrested". The sheer number of links you'll get speak volumes.

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Do you seriously think everyone who has a minor record is not allowed into Canada?

After 9/11, did the government start to clap down on people that they allowed into Canada. One reasoning being if you were arrest and put into jail no matter what the reason? After all, you could be a terrorist, and in Cheney and Bush's case, they are/were. You notice Cheney hasn't been here and he was arrested twice. But , hey, its a double standard among the elite vs the average joe.

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After 9/11, did the government start to clap down on people that they allowed into Canada. One reasoning being if you were arrest and put into jail no matter what the reason? After all, you could be a terrorist, and in Cheney and Bush's case, they are/were. You notice Cheney hasn't been here and he was arrested twice. But , hey, its a double standard among the elite vs the average joe.

No it's not.....Bush and Cheney have status because of elected office and service, the same protocol that Canadian office holders would expect. Former PM Chretien has spoken at several US venues, and he is as much a "Terrorist" as Bush or Cheney.

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After 9/11, did the government start to clap down on people that they allowed into Canada. One reasoning being if you were arrest and put into jail no matter what the reason? After all, you could be a terrorist, and in Cheney and Bush's case, they are/were. You notice Cheney hasn't been here and he was arrested twice. But , hey, its a double standard among the elite vs the average joe.

You notice Cheney hasn't been here

:huh:

Cheney's been to Canada.......

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He was arrested twice ?

In the (early) 1960's. When he was in his (very) early 20's.

Court and police records obtained by The Smoking Gun show that Cheney was convicted of drunk driving twice during an eight-month period in the early 1960s in his home state of Wyoming. The two convictions came when Cheney was 21 and 22 and resulted in fines and a brief suspension of his driver's license. link

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In the (early) 1960's. When he was in his (very) early 20's.

Court and police records obtained by The Smoking Gun show that Cheney was convicted of drunk driving twice during an eight-month period in the early 1960s in his home state of Wyoming. The two convictions came when Cheney was 21 and 22 and resulted in fines and a brief suspension of his driver's license. link

like CLinton and Obama, he's also a cokehead.

such "CHANGE" no?

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The group Lawyers Against the War sent to various Canadian judges and police agencies a request to have George Bush arrested for war crimes. They were given various reasons why it couldn't be done but interestingly, not once were they told there was no evidence of war crimes. Lawyers Against the War.

At the B.C. Supreme Court level, the judge hearing LAW’s appeal from the order by the Provincial Court didn’t express doubt about the quality or quantity of torture evidence against Bush but instead questioned the intentions of the informant who had laid the torture information. The judge dismissed the appeal, again summarily, because she suspected the informant intended, “to use the criminal procedure [against Bush] under the Criminal Code as a forum to express her political views.” Apparently the judge mistakenly took the informant’s submissions that freedom from torture is universal right that cannot be displaced by anyone, anywhere, under any circumstances, to be a political platform rather than an accurate statement of Canadian and international law.
The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) requires every person seeking entry to Canada to be assessed for admissibility: there are no exceptions for people coming for short stays, special purposes or for people in high places. Section 35 of that act bars entry to any person suspected on reasonable grounds, of involvement in any violation of Canada’s Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Act (CAHWC).
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Bush is a nut - Cheney is a nut..the reason they let them in is because they are from the money guy set...in in this nation - you could be the devil himself and if you represent cash and big buisness, you are welcome in ----it's a disgrace that money comes above morality - The reality is that hundrends of thousands of people are needlessly dead because of the former American administrations actions..but that's okay... :lol:

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Bush is a nut - Cheney is a nut..the reason they let them in is because they are from the money guy set...in in this nation - you could be the devil himself and if you represent cash and big buisness, you are welcome in ----it's a disgrace that money comes above morality - The reality is that hundrends of thousands of people are needlessly dead because of the former American administrations actions..but that's okay... :lol:

So it's OK to kill hundreds but not hundreds of thousands? A turgid hard on for Bush must make people forget about those who came before him, including Chretien.

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So it's OK to kill hundreds but not hundreds of thousands? A turgid hard on for Bush must make people forget about those who came before him, including Chretien.

Hey BC - just pulling the Canadian party line - and you show up and embarrass me... YES Chretien who as a kid was a bully and a very nasty street fighter - The time the former Prime Minister grabbed a man by the throat and attempted to ring his neck in public - WHAT kind of pubic figure is that? And his little lacky at that time - Shelia Copps - she would leap across the table in the middle of parliment and start to beat the crap out of someone....I saw Bush smiling through the window of the black limo..the one that is two inches thick.. :lol: The world loves him and there is nothing they can to to show him the love - other than tossing their shoes in joy...

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Of course you do.....gray hair is valuable that way.

The lightening of my old blonde hair is not a sign of decay...It's brightness and glory and heavenly light emulating from my grand old spirit - just like my loosening skin..it serves a purpose - so I can move faster..You will be surpirsed that your refexes are quicker at my age..You know your physics and your skill level is high.....You become super human - then you die...wtf? :lol:

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