Galloway no threat to Jason Kenney
George Galloway unequivocally shouldn't have been allowed into Canada.
Yet oddly enough, now that the blatant judicial activism of "Justice" Richard Mosley has resulted in Galloway's entry, Canada should keep him here for as long as possible.
This is because Galloway has pledged himself to ending the career of Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney. Considering that Galloway is in no way, shape or form a threat to Kenney's career, this would actually be a welcome use of Galloway's time -- it prevents him from using his time even less productively as a despicable propagandist for various Islamofascist elements, including the President of Iran.
Galloway announced that he will sue the federal government -- a suit that will fall flat on its face in light of the detail that he did, in fact, provide material support to Hamas.
Aside from this doomed ambition, Galloway has another doomed ambition -- taking on Jason Kenney.
"Jason Kenney, I'm challenging you to a public debate anywhere, anytime, in any venue you choose," Galloway declared.
One wonders how Galloway would address questions about providing thousands of Pounds Sterling directly to Hamas -- recognized as a terrorist organization in Canada. Fortunately, the media don't seem to be asking him that question, allowing him to tell lies such as the following:
"Let me make this clear, I am not, nor have I ever been a terrorist or a supporter of terrorism or any kind of security threat to Canada," he lied. "But I think I am a threat to Jason Kenney's political career, and I intend to continue to be so until he's gone."
It's an incredible whopper of a statement. One half of it easily confirmed as mendacious, the other half simply untrue.
After all, Galloway is no threat, whatsoever, to Jason Kenney.
In the 2008 election, Jason Kenney received 44,987 votes. His nearest challenger received 6,193. All three candidates who opposed him received 14,853 votes in total.
There is literally nothing George Galloway could do to harm Jason Kenney's chances of reelection, and that includes standing outside of his Calgary Southeast riding office day and night.
In fact, when one considers how George Galloway has been spending his time, this would be a far better use of his time.