Monday, December 04, 2006

Wanker Levant

Ezra Levant has a brilliant column in today's Calgary Sun. He spends about 90% of it questioning the loyalty of Stephane Dion, based on his French citizenship (his mother was a French citizen). And this despite the fact that he's never held a French passport or voted in a French election. He then polishes up Ted Morton a bit, without mentioning that he's an American citizen. Now, I don't think it matters for either of them, but you think Ezra could at least try to be consistent.

Anyways, it's just amazing to witness Ezra Levant calling into question the loyalty of a man who has suffered countless indignities for his defense of a united Canada. And never once has he resorted to a lawsuit, which is more than you can say for Ezra, who would sue his own mother.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was curious about the 30 years that Michael Ignatieff spent in the US. When did that happen?

Peter Loewen said...

Well, it never actually did. He spent about 5 years there. But he did spend a good many more in England.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I knew that. I thought everyone knew that. And I've known that Levant is a wanker for many years, but why on earth would he suggest that MI spent 30 years in the US and is a "de facto American"?

Oh, don't bother. It's not worth giving it any further air time.

Peter Loewen said...

Oh, I understand. You're pointing out another absolute fabrication in Levant's column. Yeah, one could spend all day finding those.

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