CFAC, REAL Women and others have issued an open letter to the remainder of the planet apologizing for Canada's legalization of Same Sex Marriage:
We are grieved and troubled as we consider the impact this is having in weakening the fundamental institution of marriage in countries and cultures around the world. We understand that because Canada does not impose citizenship or residency requirements in order for same-sex individuals to be “married” here, couples are coming to Canada to seek legal sanction for their homosexual relationships with the intent of returning to their own countries to challenge those countries’ legal definition of marriage.
Well, its a free country, and you can apologize to whoever you want for whatever reason you want. But if I were saying sorry for things Canadian, I would probably start with Celine Dion, and work my way slowly through Ralph Klein, Nickelback, and C difficile before I got anywhere near our current suite of rights legislation.
(PS. That little "pansy boy" crack of mine in the last post got me turfed off the drafting committee of the Homosexual Agenda, where I have served quite proudly as the only straight white male. Somebody finked me out to the United Nations! Now my own personal dream--that dangerous convicts should be able to express themselves by redecorating their prison cells--will probably be eliminated from the final document. Way to go, people!)