Friday, 2 May 2014

Battle Of The Twidiots.

It's Bob Rae vs. Jason Kenney in a pro-foreigner/anti-Canadian smack-down on the Twittersphere to decide who is the biggest immigrant vote chasing sell-out working in Ottawa.

The spat went something like this:

Bob Rae: You brought in nearly half a million immigrants with no recourse to permanent residency through the TFW program whereas I would allow them to settle permanently and continue to distort wage levels in the country to the disadvantage of Canadians so I'm more pro-immigrant than you and therefore immigrants should vote for me and the Liberal Party of Canada.

Jason Kenney: Uh-uh! I'm more pro-immigrant than you because I continued to flood the country with their surplus labour during one of the worst economic downturns in recent history even though doing so was a stupid idea and hurt Canadians' interests so that proves I and the Conservative Party are the most immigrant friendly so they should support us.

Bob Rae: So what! You're still anti-immigrant!

Jason Kenney: No, you are!

Bob Rae: No, you are!

Jason Kenney: No, you are!

Bob Rae: No, you are!

Jason Kenney: No, you are!

Bob Rae: No, you are!

Jason Kenney: Takes one to know one!

It's like listening to Nero play the violin as Rome burned.  Rather, it's like listening to two dolts bicker over who should take credit for setting the fire in the first place.

It was a Twitter sissy-slap fight validating the criticism that the immigration system has become so politicized to where it's more about chasing existing immigrant votes - while importing more - and having less to do with meeting the real needs of the country and protecting the interests of Canadians.

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