Comments:Canadian province receives warning from Exxon
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Call me crazy, but I was secretly hoping things would get progressivley worse in Alberta so that they would suceed from canada, it would mean that their would finally be some political action in a continent that has only 3 nations on it, and a potential 51st state. Muhahahah! Muhahahah! Muhahahahaha! (please don't take offense canadians) I do feel for them though, they really do need more support from their federal government or to succeed. Last I heard that more than 40% are for succession. Contralya 22:25, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
- Look who's talking! You guys are ignoring the conduct listed at the top. And you Canadians obviously have no sense of humor, did you actually think that wasn't a joke??? There are only 3 nations that make up North America, if you compare this to Europe, Asia, or Africa, you have less national diversity. I was making a joke, since I read that a poll in Alberta said that more than 40% favored succession. You should both be ashamed of yourselves, and pull the bug out of your rear.
Did you forget to read this part of the message I said?
"(please don't take offense canadians) I do feel for them though, they really do need more support from their federal government"
And what makes you think I am American? I just thought of a joke wile reading about Alberta separatism on WIKIPEDIA.
Let's watch and see who kowtows to big oil edit
Now we get to see plainly who is going to lick the boots of big oil. With elections coming up, pay attention and ask your candidates to weight in on this. As for above, I think 40% is wishfull thinking from the south. Alberta is now being made up of east coasters looking for work, who will most likly not want to leave Canada. Those East coast people are as patriotic as anything.Greenknight 14:49, 14 September 2007 (UTC)