Obama in Canada


The two-way trade across the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan roughly equals the total U.S. exports to Japan, in any given year. Canada is the market for one-fifth to a quarter of all U.S. exports, in recent times. The maximum annual trade deficit the U.S. ran with Canada this decade, was about $100 billion. Not bad, considering:

  1. Molson and Labatt are spectacular compared to any American beer.
  2. Canadian ice-wine is the best. Other Canadian wines may not be as good as the European or Chilean ones but are easily better than Californinan wines, at large. (prices, varietals and tastes duly considered)
  3. Crucial commodities like oil and energy are major Canadian exports.
  4. Canada has a population of about 33 million but is a bigger market for American goods than all countries of the European Union combined.

Obama lands in Ottawa and blabs about the pollution of oil-sands in Alberta.  Fucking idiot.


3 Responses to “Obama in Canada”

  1. Alan Smithee Says:

    Not sure about Molson, but Labatt and Corona are the only drinkable beers this side of the Atlantic. Besides, blackberry is a better phone than the i-phone.

  2. T-Pear Says:

    At least Obama got a chance to spend some of our monopoly money and stimulate the economy by purchasing a beaver tail snack. Next visit $10 bet he gets putine!

  3. Anu Says:

    Ice wines are dessert wines. I don’t think they are a replacement for Californian or any other wine for that matter. But I tried the ice-wine (thank you) and it’s delicious with chocolate cake.

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