A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
The USofA hasn't had any sway in Quebec EVER, Russia has in control of the Crimea since the mid 1700's.
The USofA has no basing rights in Quebec, Russia has several bases in the Crimea.
The USofA stations no troops in Quebec, the Russians have a treaty allowing up to 25,000 troops in the Crimea.
Quebec is not a semi-autonomous region with a separate Parliament, the Crimea is.
The majority of citizens in Quebec didn't come from the USofA, the majority of citizens in the Crimea came from Russia.
Other than that, it works for me....
1. Leaving Canada and forming their own country OR
2. Leaving Canada and joining the USA.
However, first 80% of non-French speaking Canadians in Quebec should be deported out of the Province of Quebec, ideally killed.
It would be wrong to allow those remaining in Quebec to vote to stay as they are with Canada.
And THAT is the so-called democracy that is happening in the Crimean region of Ukraine.
I really like Ron Paul and think his thoughts correct and well thought out. They'd never allow an individual with common sense to ascend to the White House.
I bet Rand Paul wishes his father would shut the **** up.
Oh, and you can stop your fake ranting against corporations or pretending you are green. Ron Paul is against any and all restrictions or regulations against corporations and wants the EPA eliminated.
It seems to me that Crimea was mostly pro-Russian before any of the protesting started. If Ukrainians had a problem with the President siding with Russia (and they did) then they took the right route. However, if Crimea wanted to join Russia, they should be allowed to. It's not like Crimea was Pro-European before the protests.
Hail to the King baby!
http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1063009090 (For First Time, Kremlin Signals It Is Prepared to Annex Crimea [W:153]) using the Keystone Pipeline as a central point. CanadaJohn only gave his interpretation based on Canadian secession laws under his country's constitution.
You can relax; neither examples were meant to be taken seriously. They were just given to add alittle perspective to current events in that part of the region.
"A fair exchange ain't no robbery." Tupac Shakur w/Digital Underground
I don't see sanctions having any real affect on the situation, Putin doesn't need our permission to go anywhere but perhaps the UN. Europe needs Russian NG and we can't replace that energy consumption. it is more a case of our internal politics driving international policies.