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On behalf of my nation, I'm sorry for poisoning the Earths water.Category: (general)
Thursday, 10 June 2010
05:47:53 PM (GMT)
The oil spill. Look, it's America. We're idiots who insist on relying on an outdated
form of fuel, and something went more wrong than usual. We're doing our best to
handle it. 

I live a couple thousand miles from where it's going on, but everyone I see is still
donating money to help save the affected animals. I know that won't save the
wetlands, because the oil is killing the plants and turning them into shallow pools
of oily water, but we're trying.

Really though, I just want to offer up my apologies, and the apologies of everyone
here with an IQ above 60. 

I would like to point out that President Obama is going down South this week because
he needs to find out whose ass he has to kick.

Obama can't take away this shame, but at least this won't be happening again.

Well, if it does I think any country that wants to kinda has the right to send in
small platoons from their armies to secure our oils rigs.

In fact, do it anyway.

Sorry again.


CrazyMeaghanJellieBeanie says:   10 June 2010   913221  
Ohh I LIKE That Canadian Song ^.^ Haha I've Always Been Glad To Be
Canadian =)

At Least Obama's TRYING To Take Care Of The Problem!
StringQuartets says:   10 June 2010   521124  
 Why are you blaming us? It's entirely BP's fault in the first
place.  British Petroleum? I'm almost certain it (the well) is
and was in International waters.
StringQuartets says:   10 June 2010   729311  
 In addition; by saying that it's America's fault, you put the
blame on Haliburton, a Texas baced company. Both BP and Trancocean are
european baced companys. @StringQuartets 
‹SqueeneyTodd› says:   10 June 2010   833270  
Really? Placing the blame on America? BP isn't, as StringQuartets
said, an American company. It's BP that created the "leak", if it can
be called that.
tiggerlemon101 says:   10 June 2010   645778  
I think it's mainly BP's fault, but also the United States
government's fault for allowing other nations to have rights to
offshore drilling so close to the land.  They should have been smarter
than that.
tiggerlemon101 says:   10 June 2010   346232  
My cousin e-mailed that video to us about a year ago when she became
a Canadian citizien after approximately thirty years here.
tiggerlemon101 says:   10 June 2010   774901  
Favourite line:
"We're sorry about Celine Dion but she did do that good song for James

I love her music.  Too bad she's like the one person who DOESN'T want
to be Canadian.  So yanowhat biotch?  You can sing "America My Home"
as much as you want, so long as you go live there.  Just let us keep
your music.  :p
Kirti says :   11 June 2010   245376  
But it was still up to America to inspect the drilling sites, and it
was our lax regulations on foriegn drilling that caused the problem. 

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