Presented by I M Confident
Canada is a great country with a big heart.
Our government works so hard to make
sure that we respect the rights of
If we are doing something that might offend
anyone, we try to get this changed.
After all, isn’t it a good thing to always be
THE LAW IS THE LAW
As a law-abiding Canadian citizen, I want to
follow the laws of the country.
This is because smart people are making
good decisions about our laws
and have Canada’s best interest
Actually, I would like to think that
smart people are making these
BUT ARE THEY?
SO BE IT!
If the Canadian government determines that it is
against the law for the words 'under God' to be
on our money, then, so be it.
And if that same government decides that the 'Ten
Commandments' are not to be used in or on a
government installation, then, so be it.
The laws say that we can’t pray to God,
can’t Trust in God and cannot post His
Commandments in any Government
We aren’t supposed to say “Merry
as it might
I HAVE A QUESTION….
If we can’t acknowledge the Easter and
Christmas celebrations that have been
honoured for hundreds of years…..
It only makes sense that the Canadian
Government and its employees
should NOT participate in the
Easter and Christmas
celebrations which have
been eliminated from many facets
of Canadian life. Right?
I'd like to have my mail delivered
on Good Friday, Easter,
Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
There doesn’t seem to be much
point giving anyone time off
when there is no holiday break.
After all, it's just another day.
If there was no holiday break and all
government offices and services were
open on vacations, there would
be a huge savings in taxpayer
There would be no overtime to
pay because these days would
be just like any other day of the week to
a government that is trying to
be 'politically correct'.
..it would be a good idea for our government to
work on Sundays as they are no longer set
aside for worshipping God.
Our government says that it should be Just
J U S T
A N O T H E R
D A Y
I’M BEGINNING TO WONDER..
Who does Canada belong to?
Canadians seem to be losing their rights in
the process of trying to be fair.
Fair is fair, it seems like we always giving in
to the minority opinions.
What happened to our
As a Canadian, I am losing my respect for
Canadians should respect the
rights of others, but when
people come to our country,
they need to respect our
traditions and laws.
How many other countries would
change their laws to suit us?