Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Phil Has No Compassion

The Burford United Church held a different kind of "debate" last Sunday – one that "had an emphasis on compassion, creativity and a positive vision for Canada." What a wonderful idea in an age of increasingly negative campaigning.

Nora Feuten talked about how to mend the increasing gap between the rich and the poor.

Mark Laferriere talked about a community garden project that contributed to the food bank.

Lloyd St-Amand talked about land claims and duties owed to Aboriginal peoples by non-Aboriginals.

Phil McColeman didn't say anything because he didn't attend.

1 comment:

Kyle Brigman said...

Hey I was at the Arby's on King George on Sunday. There was a guy in the corner who looked kind of like Phil who was busy enjoying a slew of Beef and Cheddar sandwiches. I wanted to say hello but my fiancée kept assuring me that there was no way it could be Phil because the United Church all candidates debate was that night.

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