January 12, 2006

This guy is gonna be in Cabinet?

They [the architects of Canada] knew that the basis of human and civil rights was not the shifting sands of political fashion, or public opinion, or the whims of judges; but rather the inalienable dignity of every human person created in the image and likeness of God

Jason Kenney is the Conservative Critic for Moral Outrage.

It is dated October 16th 2005.

I did not make this up.

We’re not allowed to make this stuff up.

Who decided what is the image created by God? Would it be Christian fundamentalists? I prefer to go back to the man, you know Jesus. He was all about redistributing wealth and showing compassion for everyone. Some compassion Jason shows here.

Using God to exclude people from society is shameful. What will these people do if they actually get a ministry to run? Will they hire people who only who are created in the image of God? We are all God’s children. Shame on you.

I will not CHOOSE a Conservative Canada.

This is not the Canada I have grown up in, is it yours?

3 Commentaires:

Blogger Adam a dit...

"Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law:"

That's the preamble to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

1/12/2006 8:33 p.m.  
Blogger Guil a dit...

"We're not allowed to make [...] stuff up."

Well, I can't possibly think a Liberal did say that. I mean: isn't this a little ironicle from a party who has tried (and is still trying) to manipulate democracy by pushing a "little" extra money in the "NO" campaign of the '95's referendum, trying to convince Quebeckers that Canada knows best what's good for them!

Oh! And for the God's part, you gotta keep in mind this country has been built under certain believes, such as Christianity's, so we can't blame people that are still attached to those believes. Although I wouldn't be the first one to point out that this is now outdated for a country to base its Bill of Rights on certain religious believes, but... I guess I just did point it out again, didn't I?!

1/17/2006 3:35 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous a dit...

I will not choose a conservative Canada either... but thankfully, here (in Quebec), we got the Bloc!

1/17/2006 3:41 a.m.  

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