Saturday, January 28, 2006

So liberal and hedonistic

Here is Paul M. Weyrich, Chairman and CEO of the Free Congress Foundation, on the Canadian election. He's a little fuzzy on some of his facts, but confirms there was indeed a conspiracy before the election between Canadian Conservatives and American conservative leaders to mute American conservative gloating about the fact that the Canadian fly was about to fall into the American spider web. Weyrich is good for a laugh (my emphasis in bold throughout):

"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."


"The people of Canada have become so liberal and hedonistic that the public ethic in the Country immediately could not reversed. It will take time. But with leadership it well may be possible to change the public ethic."


"Harper's partisans believe he could maintain power for four years, during which time Conservatives hopefully would witness many vacancies created by Liberals leaving the Courts. The Supreme Court of Canada currently is dominated by Liberals.

As has been the case in the United States, Cultural Marxism largely has been foisted upon Canada by the Courts. If judges who respect the Constitution were to be appointed they would confirm that such rights are not to be found in that document. Sound familiar?"