Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Worth Reading

"... the “continuation” I was lamenting was in the accumulation of immense current account deficits, the encouragement of private-sector impetuosity in borrowing, fiscal favouritism to homeowners and penalization of non-home owners, complete reliance on the private-sector financial-services industry to be prudent lenders and borrowers, and acquiescence in the simultaneous flight of relatively low-paid outsourced jobs as millions of poor unemployed flowed, under- or undocumented, into the country."

How's this for a "typical" Canadian sentence?! Any idea who might have written it? Hint: It's not Mark Steyn.

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2 comments:

winteryknight said...

Sounds like Iggy? Am I right?

RkBall said...

Hint2: Not Iggy (but a plausible scenario)!

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"