January 23, 2013

Polite Canada Won't Mock U.S. -- But It Could

Tim Mak, Ottawa Citizen

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It is a critical point in American history: the country’s first African-American president was sworn in Monday for a second term in the midst of deep political dysfunction and a floundering economic recovery. A perfect occasion for some cheeky Canadians to brag a little.

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