I’m not seeing any hands.
You have to squint your eyes and look very hard to find anything about this in your Canadian media today.
That’s because liberals’ and their media are concerned it might reflect positively on President Bush and Prime Minister Harper, as they are (or are at least perceived to be) “conservatives”. And liberals are against that. So they’d sooner hide the news about the booming markets and economies of both the U.S. and Canada from you than report the news to you. Of course if liberals were in office, as they so wish were the case, they would be all over the story, as they have been in the past. For example they still talk about that stock market record (a market bubble in actual fact) under Bill Clinton’s watch, but I love to break it to you—it was smashed a long time ago—you just didn’t likely know that. Similarly, you might be among the many misinformed (by the liberal media and if you’re in school, your teachers or professors) and not know that the U.S. economy is roaring and has been for some time. Many think the U.S. economy is in the doldrums, and that would of course be completely false. You can thank your media and teachers, professors, and liberals generally for that massive misinformation.
As I’ve said before, when the markets go down at all, the liberals and their media will be all over it. And that’s why you can’t trust a media with a left-wing agenda.
State-run CBC.ca has nothing about it. That’s par for the course as they care only about socialism, not capitalism, except with regard to Conrad Black.
Nothing at CTV.ca (yes I looked in “POLITICS”—nada).
Squint real hard and you’ll find the tiniest possible link at the liberals’ Globe and Mail, in amongst all their quality information (nothing today on their front page about masturbation).
The Toronto Star has nothing on their site’s page front, but if you scoured very carefully you could find something at the bottom of their business page.
The National Post makes only a vague, oblique reference to it in an all-but-hidden link.
CNews.ca has nothing that I could find.
Toronto Sun—nothing up front—but buried as deeply as possible on their money page, a tiny link
Calgary Sun: same as Toronto Sun.
The Vancouver Sun has nothing on their site’s page front, and in their one article about the markets, managed to not mention the word “record”.
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