Pubdate: Sun, 10 Dec 2017
Source: Calgary Sun, The (CN AB)
Copyright: 2017 The Calgary Sun
Author: Chris Rose
Page: 18
Note: Parenthetical remark by the Sun editor.


Back in the day, before society was enlightened and educated,
homosexuality was a crime and people who broke the law were punished.
Now those people have received one of (Prime Minister Justin)
Trudeau's famous, weekly, tearful apologies, along with some cash and
all is forgiven. I don't agree with the way the LGBTQ people were
treated but it was a different world back then and we learn from our

Unfortunately, now the precedent has been set. Cannabis is
about to become mainstream after decades of being illegal, so I
suppose anyone who has been charged, convicted or incarcerated
relating to a pot offence will also receive a heartfelt, tearful
apology and erasure of their criminal record, along with a cheque to
go with it? Along with everyone else in Canada, I'm suffering pretty
severe trauma watching our massive joke of a prime minister as he
continually embarrasses Canadians and wastes our hard-earned money. So
in a few years, I'm fully expecting a tearful, heartfelt apology
from whomever replaces Trudeau to all Canadians along with a few
million bucks to go with it. Oh, wait, who pays the bill for that?

Chris Rose

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(There's no end to the number of people who have been badly treated
over the years. It's called history.)
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