Catholic Fire has a video post that encourages all the Obama supporters in the US to move to Canada. That would really empty out America of all its problem people, wouldn't it? I realize that Americans are very patriotic, often more so than Canadians, and I have noticed that Canada often gets criticized by Americans for its lax moral standards.
Yes, Canada has legalized gay marriage and our school boards are pushing the gay agenda on children right from the kindergarten level. Canada currently has no restrictions in place on limiting abortion. We have become so politically correct that it sickens me. Our Human Rights Commissions should be abolished. Their focus is advancing the rights of any minority group at the expense of fair play.
What about America? Is it any different? Are not these same things happening there as well? I read yesterday that the state of Massachussettes is forming up to fourteen schools for gay, lesbian and transgendered students. Oregon kills their sick and elderly, and they do it legally, protected by their euthanasia law. Now their neighbour, Washington State, is gearing up to pass their own "death with dignity" law this November. Earlier this year, a California appeals court ruled that home schooling is illegal. Planned Parenthood is on a killing spree in Kansas.
Is there really any moral difference between our two countries?
The video is intended to be funny, but I actually find it offensive. I guess that means I'm a patriotic Canadian, eh?