Thursday, February 21, 2008

My hero!!!

Originally uploaded by Oldmaison
Guess which one????



Anonymous said...

steven colbert

Anonymous said...

how could you think of steven like that, why is he your hero

Anonymous said...


You really think anybody in the Main $tream is really honest?

Jon Stewart puts a sarcastic spin on the day's news, but at a certain point, his blithe coverage of the horrors of America 2001-present become sickening.

You can only laugh about injecting 'terrorists' with pigs blood so many times... Main $tream coverage leaves their consumers blind to the depth of our predicament.

Most of them still don't know who Sibel Edmonds was or who 'did' 911...

Anonymous said...

Couple of pigs here joined to what has become a pigpen

Chrétien receives Order of Canada
Last Updated: Friday, February 22, 2008 | 12:37 PM ET
CBC News
Former prime minister Jean Chrétien received his medal as a companion of the Order of Canada at a ceremony in Ottawa on Friday.

Chrétien, who led his Liberals to victory in 1993 and remained prime minister for 10 years, received his medal Friday in the ceremony at Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General.

The order, which recognizes contributions to Canadian culture and society, has three levels: companion (the highest), officer and member. In total, 38 people were appointed or elevated within the order: four as companions, 14 as officers and 20 as members.

Montreal children's filmmaker Rock Demers and former cabinet minister and Katimavik founder Barney Danson were elevated to companions.

Those named as officers included:

Pamela Wallin, Canadian consul general in New York and a former broadcaster.
Molly Johnson, a Toronto-based jazz-pop singer.
Michael Maclear, a former CBC and CTV foreign correspondent and documentary filmmaker.
Gerry Schwartz, the chairman of Onex Corporation.
Rev. Brent Hawkes, who performed the first legal same-sex wedding in Canada in 2001, was one of those named a member of the Order, as was Toronto author Barbara Gowdy.