If you’ve just awakened from an eight-year coma and are wondering how Norman Bates came to be provincial premier, wonder no more: That’s just Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty, a smirking fellow who wooed his now-wife with the pickup line, “Can I borrow a dime for the pop machine?” Our incumbent’s equally baffling ability to get reelected may finally be faltering.
I duly logged on [to the Government of Canada’s online immigration survey] and took advantage of the numerous fields that generously provide for my comments by typing “NO MEXICANS!!” into each one.
I also voted to scrap the “family reunification” program, which sees thousands of elderly foreigners settling in Canada too late to pay any taxes but just in time to burden our “free” “healthcare” system with costly end-of-life machine-pinging.
Asked how to deal with the “problem” of highly credentialed professionals from abroad being forced to work as cabdrivers, I wrote: “Stop letting them in.”
I imagine this solution will be deemed insufficiently “nuanced” to make it into the subsequent report...