Canada “Too Dangerous” for Cheney

As reported in local Toronto-area paper The National Post, former U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney won’t be appearing any time soon in Canada.

Ryan Ruppert, president of the ironically-named promotions company Spectre Live Corp., which had scheduled an upcoming appearance at the Toronto Convention Centre for Cheney and his loathsome daughter Liz, said the malevolent mass-murderer had cancelled the engagement, citing safety concerns.

“After speaking with their security advisors, they changed their mind on coming to the event,” Ruppert told CTV Network. They “decided it was better for their personal safety they stay out of Canada.”

Good!

Disappointed ticket holders for the event can either bring in their tickets for a refund, or go to a replacement talk by inflammatory racist Mark Steyn.

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7 responses to “Canada “Too Dangerous” for Cheney

  1. I’d suggest reading Paul Wells’ tweets on this. Looks more and more like a publicity stunt to hype up a Steyn talk. Cheney and his spokesthings are silent on the matter and the pimps for this particular event were behind the Coulter nonsense as well.

  2. Hmmmm. Interestingly plausible…

  3. oh, won’t you guys take him for just a coupe of days?

    KEvron

  4. tofkw

    Canada “Too Dangerous” for Cheney
    Ya, we’re like that with war criminals …eh!

  5. Norcal boy

    More likely he feared extradition.

  6. Yes, a happy result. However, given the gargantuan volume of raw waste Canada ships to U.S. landfills, we probably should take the odd American sack of shit.

  7. SF: Regrettably, the Harper Government doesn’t subscribe to “Fair Trade” policies.

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