So, Canada's wingnuts won the election. Stephen Harper managed to portray himself as a moderate and managed to keep the wingnuttiest elements of his party under tight wrap. He even came out as pro-Canadian sovereignty, disagreeing with the US Ambassa-goober in the process.
American wingnuts, however, can't keep their traps shut about their designs on Canada. This kind of "support" can only hurt Harper.
Please keep it up, wingnuts.
Paul Weyrich examines the result of Monday's election in an essay posted to the website of the Free Congress Foundation, the Washinton-based think tank that he heads. "The people of Canada have become so liberal and hedonistic that the public ethic in the country immediately could not reversed," Weyrich writes.
But shift is possible.
"It will take time. But with leadership it well may be possible to change the public ethic."
Weyrish says that he and other neo-Cons only stayed out of the Canadian election was to avoid a backlash against Harper's Conservatives. Now, with Harper head of a minority government, Weyrich believes it's time to show the true colours.
"My pessimistic friend said that inasmuch as Harper's is a minority government, Harper could do almost nothing to encourage the country to adopt a more reasonable view of the United States and to correct some premises of cultural Marxism, which Canadians have espoused, such as same-sex marriage and abortion-on-demand," Weyrich writes.
Bring it on neo-Cons. Us cultural Marxists want to hear all about what a hedonistic society we have. And tell us how much you respect our sovereignty in the Arctic too.