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Ink StainAnyone is welcome to submit a Guest Blog Entry to torontomike.com. I received the following entry earlier today.

Good Afternoon Canada & and Toronto Residents Specially,

As I watch the day approach when hopefully the Bush Gang in Washington D.C. will get its comeuppance in the upcoming mid term American election. As of late I have been reminded, ever so horribly, that we Canadians live in the greatest country in the world. We have one of our citizens now living, as an American citizen named Mr. Michael J. Fox in the U.S.A. Mr. Fox, has publicly supported a Democrat Candidate in the State of Missouri. Of late Mr.Fox has been viciously attacked by a Republican mouth piece named Rush Limbaugh. I'm sure this is all common knowledge, but I think the recent attack from a pill popping hypocrite launched on a man with Parkinson's Disease is way over the line.

It pleases me to think the actions of a Canadian is in effect, the last nail in the coffin for republican hopes to win key ridings in November. Mr. Michael J. Fox was born in Edmonton, Canada and lived in Burnaby B.C. I know the area of Burnaby quite well; but I never thought much of Burnaby outside of the fact that a great hockey player "Burnaby Joe" [Sakic] is also from Burnaby. I so wished he played for the Leafs.

All of the Coulters. Limbaughs, & O' Rielly's can't (I hope) save this one. When I see a man with a terrible disease being kicked by a republication fanatic I can only thank my lucky stars I'm a Canadian. It's wonderful how a Canadian will play so much into the republican downfall come the first week of November. The system works.

Drew C. The Leaf fan in B.C.

In case you've been living under a rock, here's Michael J. Fox's endorsement ad and here's Limbaugh's disgusting retort. The entire episode turned my stomach. I almost wrote about it a few times, but I figured there were enough people throwing their two cents in that bucket.

Another Canadian said it best. Let's impeach the President.


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