Friday, June 24, 2011

The Supreme Court: Swinging On A Star?

supreme court of canada     Image by jacob earl via Flickr
Two side-by-side headlines in today's National Post:
"Add diversity to top court, Harper urged"
"Swingers’ club ideal science lab: researcher"

As Canadians know, the Supreme Court of Canada pronounced that in the new, vibrant, with-it Canada, swinging is A-OK. Have as many sexual partners as you like! Just don't try to marry more than one of them; you can enjoy them, but the minute you try to enter into covenantal commitment with more than one, the Supremes draw the line, thus indicating the top court's judicial if not sexual preference for shallow, one-off sexual encounters.

But, I digress. Where was I? Oh, yes. Juxtaposed headlines.

As far as the Ball Bounces can tell, there is nary a swinger in the highest echelons of Canadian courtdom. Not one. Contemplate that for a moment. How can swingers feel truly equal, fully Canadian, when they are entirely unrepresented at the top?

Come on, Prime Minister Harper, get with it. Do the NDP! Appoint a swinger. Do it before the Supreme Court over-rules you and appoints one themselves.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great Post, and Harper is a total failure to Freedom in Canada.

He has four years to give Canadians the following rights.

1. The Right to Free Speech.

2. The Right to Self Defense.

3. The Right to Bear Arms.

Until Harper gives Canadians those rights, we will never be free. It might sound funny because you've been brainwashed, but it's the truth.

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