My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (

Monday, July 24, 2006

There is an EASY way to end the Middle-East Crisis...

I wish the media would say it just once: Release the hostages.


Anonymous Sean P, Vancouver-Quadra said...

Yes, but the crisis is much more important and complex than that.

The State of Israel is dead set on wiping out Hezbollah, while Hezbollah, Iran and Syria have their ultimate goal to settle.

It will, however, be intersting to see how this plays out.

BTW, according to a poll taken over the weekend, 45% of Canadians support the PM's stance for Israel and 44% oppose it; the Opposition to Israel is greatest in Quebec, where Harper wishes to win more seats.....This and Kyoto will cost Harper his majority, and probable reelection altogether.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

We'll see. I think consistently doing what he says will really resonate with a lot of people.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Sean P., Vancouver-Quadra said...

Yes, Harper does have a lot of support, but not enough support to win a bare majority government.

It all will come together once we know who the Liberal Party leader will be....Harper's worst nightmare would be for the Grits to choose Monsieur Dion as the new leader, as that will help the Liberals in Quebec.

The softwood lumber deal, Kyoto, the gun registry, foreign policies, and Afghanistan will not win the Tories a single seat in any of the ridings of the big three cities (Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal).

6:02 PM  
Blogger rintrah said...

another easy way is to stop fighting.

8:09 PM  
Blogger Road Hammer said...

Dion, the father of Plan B and the Clarity Act, is going to resurrect the Liberals in Quebec?

The same Stephane Dion who said that Kyoto is bogus?

Dream on, Sean P.

8:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quebec should be forced to adhere to the Kyoto protocols right now - that would change their opinion of the Kyoto regulatory regime pretty quickly, especially if Canada didn't increase the welfare payments.

3:04 AM  

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