Friday, December 28, 2007

A Canadian Perspective

I found this via Watching America. Read the aformentioned article. It provides a unique perspective of Canadians, who don't want to be integrated into an NAU.

4 comments:

jmb said...

Good article. Thanks for bringing it to our attention, especially on this site where it has been discussed before.
At one tenth of the population of the USA, Canada has great difficulty standing up to them and we loathe being confused as American when we are abroad.

Verlin Martin said...

"we loathe being confused as American when we are abroad"

We don't like it much when you are confused with us either ;)

BobG said...

Most of us Americans don't want to be integrated into the NAU, either.

Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

Matt, I fear that most people just don't want to know. If it's a matter of facing the grim truth about the rotten fabric beneath a fine constitution, they'd prefer to beleve the projected image.

For an American, it's very important to believe in the American dream. The Brits and the Russians have a different perspective.