Tuesday, February 04, 2003

Canadian Children banned from a poster contest by the U.S.-based National Gang Crimes Research Center because of their country's stance on Iraq isn't the same as Tony "the Bootlicker" Blair

um, ok. . . .

"We are a pro-law-enforcement group and support initiatives against gangs and terrorism. Recent national political statements from leaders in your country have, unfortunately, been non-supportive of American interests. Due to this unfortunate development we are no longer able to accept Canadian entries. I am sure this is not a reflection on your own patriotism and your own perspectives on the issue, but in the current climate -- that is the way Americans are going to react," claims center director George Knox.

Some local governments might or may have already passed anti-war resolutions. Will their schoolchildren be similarly banned?
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