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posted by leftdog at Sunday, January 10, 2010 | Permalink
Ontarians did the same thing to Mike Harris at the Skydome when Nelson Mandela was a guest speaker.Imagine 55,000 people booing Harris and enthusiastically cheering Nelson Mandela.Very telling.And so it should be for Vancouver.
Posted by Torontonian |
11:52 am, January 10, 2010
Harper: "Did they say, 'Boo?'"Angry Baird: "No, they said, 'Boowahper.'"
Posted by Skinny Dipper |
11:56 am, January 10, 2010
Boo seems a bit vague and indistinct for my liking at such an event regardless of how much I like the imagery.Now imagine if they chanted something like: "Get back to work!".
Posted by Constant Vigilance |
1:44 pm, January 10, 2010
While Harper's public humiliation would give me no end of thrills, I don't know that I want that to happen while the whole world is watching. I just think it would be embarrassing to Canadians. Could we humiliate him at the polls instead?
Posted by Mustapha Mond |
5:13 pm, January 11, 2010
It would be embarrassing to Harper and he deserves it. He already canceled out of attending the Gold Medal Game of the World Junior Hockey Tournament in Saskatoon last week because he was afraid of being booed on the live TV broadcast. The concept of 'Vox Populii' is long known in government. The 'voice of the people' is supreme and the delicate feelings of an embryonic dictator like Harper are totally irrelevant to those who love democracy in Canada. He is a threat to our democracy. Boo him as loudly as is humanly possible!
Posted by leftdog |
10:29 pm, January 11, 2010
Couldn't possibly be as big as the Booo Lorne Clavert got at the Juno Awards...
Posted by Trent |
8:19 am, January 16, 2010