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Super Bowl broke records in Canada, too

Super Bowl XLIV wasn’t just the most-watched television program in American history. It was also the most-watched Super Bowl in Canadian history.

The game had an audience of 6.7 million viewers in Canada, which included 6.025 million watching in English on CTV and another 650,000 watching in French on RDS.

The audience peaked at 8 million at the end of the game, and an estimated 16.64 million Canadians — or about half the country — watched at least part of the game.

With the Buffalo Bills regularly playing north of the border, the NFL is closely monitoring its popularity in Canada. So these ratings numbers are very good news.

UPDATE: The Super Bowl drew about 600,000 more Canadian viewers than the 2009 Grey Cup. TSN set a network audience record with 5.087 million viewers for the game, while RDS added another 1.009 million Grey Cup viewers in French.

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  1. Ross'sSweetMinus says: Feb 8, 2010 7:36 PM

    Who gives a crap about Canada? They should stick to their bullshit football league!

  2. rcpecook says: Feb 8, 2010 7:40 PM

    Gives Ziggly Milf lots more options for markets to move his shitty franchise to.
    How bout – Vancouver Vikings?
    SKOAL!

  3. FireJerryJones says: Feb 8, 2010 7:41 PM

    No surprise… the Fleur de Lys comes to New Orleans courtesy Quebec

  4. jetters149 says: Feb 8, 2010 7:43 PM

    are really that stupid micheal david smith. The population of canada is 33.994 million you moron. get the real numbers before you start stating facts. i think your hamster that runs your wheel needs water

  5. slipkid says: Feb 8, 2010 7:49 PM

    no, they would become the winnipeg wee kings

  6. jetters149 says: Feb 8, 2010 7:52 PM

    that bullshit league has been around a hell of alot longer than the nfl just cause there is ONLY 33.94 million people there it not as big as the nfl

  7. bearsrule says: Feb 8, 2010 7:54 PM

    I can’t believe at least one of you media nitwits hasn’t called this the greatest Super Bowl ever.

  8. mustbechris says: Feb 8, 2010 7:57 PM

    There’s gonna be a lot of interest I guess when New Orleans is involved.

  9. That Guy says: Feb 8, 2010 7:58 PM

    Hey Mister “Who gives a crap about Canada”… Obviously the NFL does you giant douche! They have 16.5 million reason too. Now go back to the cave you’ve been living in and smash yourself over the head repeatedly with the first large blunt object you find… you’ll be doing us all a favour.

  10. Greg B. says: Feb 8, 2010 8:00 PM

    Not all of those were watching CTV, which did not show any of the SB commercials and afflicted viewers with their own endless promos for the Olympics. A lot were watching a CBS signal either over the air or via cable to avoid CTV.

  11. bearsfan63 says: Feb 8, 2010 8:02 PM

    Canadians can play football too… Austin Collie from Hamilton, Ontario… just sayin.

  12. lawndart says: Feb 8, 2010 8:16 PM

    Well, moose season is over…

  13. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 8:24 PM

    While Ross’s Sweet Minus falls asleep to the latest SB, he could do some reading… Like the United Nations ranking of countries. Canada #4 U.S. #13. I’ll watch crappy 3 down football anyday over living where he does.

  14. CanaDawg says: Feb 8, 2010 8:24 PM

    @Ross’sSweetMinus:
    I know many Americans and spend a fair amount of time explaining to my fellow Canadians how great they really are, and that they need to look past the characterizations of them put forth by the Canadian and world press.
    Your post is not helping my cause however…

  15. Contra says: Feb 8, 2010 8:27 PM

    Great! Now hopefully Roger Goddell see’s this and stops sending our beloved game overseas to London. I wouldnt put up much of a fuss if he played a few in Canada cause AT LEAST THERE they play a form of football!!!

  16. pedey01 says: Feb 8, 2010 8:30 PM

    As a Canadian, I can say the NFL is very popular here now. I have no doubt Toronto would support its own franchise better than 4-6 current NFL cities. Lots of Canadian corporate dollars would get behind the team as well.
    Also, Toronto has the population… It is the 5th largest city in North America.

  17. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 8:32 PM

    MDS,
    Quick history lesson for you.
    Most true Louisianan’s have orgins in Canada. Look up the Acadians, and it will explain why the state is so french. They came from Canada, it wasn’t because they wanted to be trendy

  18. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 8:34 PM

    Lawndart…
    If moose season is over, is your mom free this Saturday night?

  19. OhioState says: Feb 8, 2010 8:38 PM

    ”Ross’sSweetMinus says:
    February 8, 2010 7:36 PM
    Who gives a crap about Canada? They should stick to their bullshit football league!”
    nice life
    Canada is a fine county and as shown by the SB numbers, it can/it is/it could be a big market for the NFL.

  20. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 8:43 PM

    “Like the United Nations ranking of countries. Canada #4 U.S. #13.”
    Yes, Canada has plenty of time for human development because they don’t have to expend much energy and money on national defense, being surrender monkeys that are content to exist under the protective umbrella that is provided by the United States.
    By the way, the United States ranks the UN at #28 in it’s list of relevant worldwide organizations. The International Order of Loyal Wildebeest came in at #20.

  21. Jamzy says: Feb 8, 2010 9:02 PM

    @Ross’sSweetMinus
    Simply put….YOUR AN IGNORANT DOUCHE!
    Would love to have an NFL team in Toronto. Just please don’t give us the Bills!
    Hey Lawndart…if st214life has got dibs on yer mum, got any sisters!!!!
    hail.

  22. jetters149 says: Feb 8, 2010 9:04 PM

    hey vox veritas we beat you before and im sure we could beat you again, we are not surrnder monkeys.

  23. TampaJoey says: Feb 8, 2010 9:05 PM

    it was either the Super Bowl or Conan O’Brien reruns.

  24. jetters149 says: Feb 8, 2010 9:06 PM

    oh yeah and your protectibe umbrella is what got you and us into this war on the almighty taliban.

  25. Ryan_Mack says: Feb 8, 2010 9:06 PM

    Vox,
    Your such an ignorant lad.
    Canadians are Surrender monkeys? Canada and The U.S. fought a war once…. guess who won. I’ll give you a hint. It wasn’t the U.S.
    And don’t think you provide any sort of protective Umbrella. Who are you protecting us from? People want to blow up Americans. Not us.
    Your protecting yourselves.
    And not very well I might add.

  26. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 8, 2010 9:10 PM

    Love Canada and CFL Football…….
    Canada is clean and it’s major cities crime are lower than America.
    Anybody comparing New Orleans to Montreal is overdosing on lithium.
    Montreal is awesome and clean.
    New Orleans is dirty and smells like a snails rectum.
    Canadian football begins in June…….

  27. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 9:18 PM

    Vox…
    Name me one time Canada has surrendered to anything? You need to go back to school. At least get your GED. In fact we beat you guys in one war. We were also in WWI & WWII before you, and if you are privledged enough to make it to Europe some day, you will see all kinds of memorials for Canada, and very little for your fine country. At least get your facts straight please before commenting.
    P.S. the U.N. ( planet earth excluding the USA)have ranked you low. Suck it up buttercup!

  28. the real deal says: Feb 8, 2010 9:32 PM

    I am sick of uneducated people in this country. First in England there is a big American footaball following. They have over 40 college/university teams, a mens league with fourty plus teams, and a national program.
    Alot lot of troops from the U.S.A. play in the British league when stationed there, like myself.
    Also in Canada, yeah the league was of rejects, now it is of smaller players who are mainly to small for the NFL. But still good players. The league has some good talent and produced great talent over the years….like………..
    Warren Moon!, Doug Flutie!
    and some alright talented nerds like Joe Theisman and Joe Horn. etc
    Also the one and only time a CFL team ever played an NFL team, the CFL team won!
    Hamilton something beat down the Buffalo Bills.
    Learn your football before you make our country look like uneducated fools about our own game.

  29. BonerJams'03 says: Feb 8, 2010 9:40 PM

    Seems some americans are a little misguided about Canada’s market for the NFL.
    There is alot more interest than you would think. I myself am Canadian and love the NFL as the CFL is just too, meh.
    Another thing to take into account is how many people watched the game via free internet streams (honestly internet streams are growing and growing with each year, in both audience and quality; I watched every game this season via stream, and this year the quality was pretty well true HD for alot of the games.)
    There is a reason they are playing games in Canada. And a big thing holding things back for a franchise at the moment is that the Rogers Center (the Skydome) is about 10,000 – 20,000 seats shy of the norm for an NFL stadium. Toronto could easily support a team, as the Greater Toronto Area alone is about 7 million people, not to mention cities like London, Hamilton and Kitchener add another couple million to that market place as they are all within 2 hours or less. I mean look at the Raptors, it’s been awhile since they’ve had an “up” season, yet the team still thrives in Toronto. Heck the Blue Jays and the Leafs haven’t been good for some time either, yet they are still selling tickets.
    Playing in Toronto wouldn’t really be much different (save for a bit of a pain sometimes crossing the border) than playing in Buffalo, Minnesota, Green Bay Cleveland, Cincinatti, Pittsburgh, New England, etc etc.
    These numbers just show how the NFL is growing, and how important it is for there to be no lockout in 2011, and as well the fact that this all time interest (including the fact that the last three years we’ve had three of the best SB’s of all time) happened under the watch of the salary cap, and how important it is to keep it around.

  30. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 9:44 PM

    jetters149 says:
    ???
    Ryan_Mack says:
    ???
    st214life says:
    ???
    Sorry guys, I don’t speak Canadian. Since I know that you are a humble people, I will assume that you’re thanking me for my country’s umbrella of protection that enables you to continue to bow to that old lady across the Atlantic. You must have mentioned the culture that Canada has borrowed from us and to that I would say “don’t mention it”. Just keep on buying goods and services from the United States, that is thanks enough. Perhaps one day Canada will have it’s own national identity and will be known for more than just being our frozen neighbors to the north.

  31. RP3 says: Feb 8, 2010 9:48 PM

    Oh Can A duh!!!!

  32. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 9:49 PM

    “Warren Moon!, Doug Flutie!
    and some alright talented nerds like Joe Theisman and Joe Horn. etc”
    All Americans, by the way.
    “Hamilton something beat down the Buffalo Bills.”
    Right, the Hamilton Something-or-others. That’s sorta the point. You know who the Buffalo freaking Bills are. Nobody including you knows who the heck the Hamilton Whatchamacallits are.

  33. OhioState says: Feb 8, 2010 9:59 PM

    VoxVeritas:
    Im American and.. guess what?
    Basketball was invented in Canada. (McGill, Montreal)
    Football was invented in Canada. (The Citadel, Quebec City)
    As for baseball, it wasnt invented in our country either.
    So, lets not talk about ”borrowing culture”.

  34. KrazyTrumpeter05 says: Feb 8, 2010 10:00 PM

    So like…all you guys talking about how Canada beat the US in a war…you do realize that Canada wasn’t a country and was still a British colony at the time, correct? It was the Brits and their (at the time) best military force in the world?
    Educate yourselves a bit better before you accuse other people of being morons.

  35. OhioState says: Feb 8, 2010 10:03 PM

    Politics + Sports = never good!

  36. footy_29 says: Feb 8, 2010 10:17 PM

    I cannot believe that this, of all things, has finally caused me to get an account here so that I can post a reply.
    That war you speak of KrazyTrumpeter was not won by the brits and their military force, and as a result you just proved my point: why are Canadians always regarded as the ‘dumb’ ones, seen as leeching off the US or (believe it or not – this is way too common an inquiry) only live in igloos? Is it possible that the opinion is uninformed?
    The United States as a country is seen as arrogant by many Canadians because it doesn’t care to know the history of it’s most influential neighbour and trade partner. And yes, Canada is the most influential and important neighbour of the US.

  37. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 10:17 PM

    “Im American and.. guess what?
    Basketball was invented in Canada. (McGill, Montreal)
    Football was invented in Canada. (The Citadel, Quebec City)
    As for baseball, it wasnt invented in our country either.
    So, lets not talk about ”borrowing culture”.
    If sports were all that “culture” entails, you’d have a point. Just shut up and stop being the stereotypical “stupid, ugly American” and let Canadians enjoy our movies, our TV shows, our music, our food, our clothes and our sports (which may not have been invented here but damn well were improved here. There are few if any baseball, football or basketball teams in the world that could compete with American sports teams) in peace.
    Who invented Canada’s most popular sport, anyway? You know, ice hockey.

  38. Jamzy says: Feb 8, 2010 10:32 PM

    VoxVeritas:
    Sorry guys, I don’t speak Canadian. Since I know that you are a humble people, I will assume that you’re thanking me for my country’s umbrella of protection that enables you to continue to bow to that old lady across the Atlantic. You must have mentioned the culture that Canada has borrowed from us and to that I would say “don’t mention it”. Just keep on buying goods and services from the United States, that is thanks enough. Perhaps one day Canada will have it’s own national identity and will be known for more than just being our frozen neighbors to the north.
    You have to be one of the most ignorant, dim-witted, inbreded, shallow minded SOB I have ever come across.
    WE HAVE BORROWED YOUR CULTURE? Are you serious??? Canadians by no means have taken any culture tips from the U.S. We are one of the most diverse, mutlicultural counrties in the world and embrace eachothers differences. To say that we borrow anything in that degree is an absolute joke.
    “Hopefully one day we will find our own national identity”? WTF!
    Here’s a suggestion Vox…….Crawl back into your little fantasy world, find something sharp and and stick it in yer arse!!!
    You’ll probably have to get someone smart to translate that “Canadian Language” dumbass.

  39. OhioState says: Feb 8, 2010 10:32 PM

    Vox: you mad?
    ”There are few if any baseball, football or basketball teams in the world that could compete with American sports teams) in peace.” … yes.. that is true……. and? your point?
    Just shut up and stop being stupid. Sports = part of our culture and of the world’s culture. No country has its own (100% own) culture. We dont and Canada doesnt either.
    This USA vs Canada thing is retarded. It should be North America vs X instead!!!

  40. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 10:40 PM

    “So like…all you guys talking about how Canada beat the US in a war…you do realize that Canada wasn’t a country and was still a British colony at the time, correct?”
    Speaks French and bows to the British monarchy.
    The War of 1812 provided the basis for two very important historical tunes. The Star Spangled Banner and The Battle of New Orleans. The original version by Jimmy Driftwood, not the cleaned up radio version.
    Well, in 18 and 14, we took a little trip
    Along with Colonel Jackson down the mighty Missisip
    We took a little bacon and we took a little beans
    And we met the bloody British in the town of New Orleans
    Chorus:
    We fired our guns and the British kept a comin’
    There wasn’t nigh as many as there was a while ago
    We fired once more and they began a running
    Down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico
    Well, I seed Mars Jackson come a-walkin’ down the street
    And a-talkin’ to a pirate by the name of Jean Lafitte
    He gave Jean a drink that he brung from Tennessee,
    And the pirate said he’d help us drive the British to the sea.
    Chorus
    Well the French told Andrew, “You had better run
    For Packenham’s a-comin’ with a bullet in his gun.”
    Old Hickory said he didn’t give a damn
    He’s a-gonna whup the britches off of Colonel Packenham.
    Chorus
    Well, we looked down the river and we seed the British come
    And there must have been a hundred of them beating on the drum
    They stepped so high and they made their bugles ring
    While we stood behind our cotton bales and didn’t say a thing
    Chorus
    Old Hickory said we could take em by surprise
    If we didn’t fire a musket till we looked em in the eyes
    We held our fire till we seed their face well
    Then we opened up our squirrel guns and really gave em well..
    Chorus
    Well they ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles
    And they ran through the bushes where a rabbit couldn’t go
    They ran so fast the hounds couldn’t catch em
    Down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico
    Chorus
    Well we fired our cannons till the barrels melted down
    So we grabbed an alligator and we fought another round
    We filled his head with minie balls and powdered his behind
    And when we touched the powder off, the ‘gator lost his mind
    Chorus
    They lost their pants and their pretty shiny coats
    And their tails was all a-showin’ like a bunch of billy goats.
    They ran down the river with their tongues a-hanging out
    And they said they got a lickin’, which there wasn’t any doubt.
    Chorus
    Well we marched back to town in our dirty ragged pants
    And we danced all night with the pretty girls from France;
    We couldn’t understand ‘em, but they had the sweetest charms
    And we understood ‘em better when we got ‘em in our arms.
    Chorus
    Well, the guide who brung the British from the sea
    Come a-limping into camp just as sick as he could be,
    He said the dying words of Colonel Packenham
    Was, “You better quit your foolin’ with your cousin Uncle Sam.”
    Chorus
    Well, we’ll march back home, but we’ll never be content
    Till we make Old Hick’ry the people’s president.
    And every time we think about the bacon and the beans
    We’ll think about the fun we had way down in New Orleans.
    Chorus

  41. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 10:42 PM

    “The United States as a country is seen as arrogant by many Canadians because it doesn’t care to know the history of it’s most influential neighbour and trade partner. And yes, Canada is the most influential and important neighbour of the US.”
    Not unlike being the skinniest kid at fat camp. Come on, your competition is Mexico, the Bahamas, Haiti and Cuba.

  42. Alstott4ever says: Feb 8, 2010 10:42 PM

    As someone who lives in Toronto.. some of you Canadians are dumb as shit. Get your history straight. It was not Canada who won the war of 1812.. it was the Brits. As for burning down the white house… it was done when there was no army in Washington to guard it. Why don’t you crack a history book. I am one Canadian who knows America could take us out in a weekend. I think it’s disgusting how most of you characterize most Americans as if you know them. You don’t. I spent 1/2 my life living in the states and the people there are far nicer than they are here. You probably just base your knowledge off of shit hole cities like Detroit and Buffalo. For that I can’t blame you, most Americans think those places scum.

  43. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 10:44 PM

    Jamzy says:
    ???
    I do not speak Canadian, please speak American.

  44. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 10:46 PM

    “Vox: you mad?”
    As in crazy or pissed off? Well I’m not pissed off. Not sure if I ‘m CRAZY crazy because if I were I would hardly be qualified to make that judgment. Thank you for speaking American.

  45. Alstott4ever says: Feb 8, 2010 10:48 PM

    I just want to add one more thing…. Canada is one of the most unrecognized nations when it comes to fighting wars. Americans and Canadians have been fighting together for years. Canada even took one of the beaches during the Normandy invasion and it’s engineers helped America push across Europe. Also to be fair… America has surely done it’s fair share of ass whipping. As for the CFL.. what a f’n joke. American Football is so much better. I am starting to hate the way Goodell is running it into the Nazi Football League, but hey.. at least he can’t wreck College Football. Go Noles!

  46. jetters149 says: Feb 8, 2010 10:54 PM

    i think vox sniffed to much glue that he borrowed from his uncle or dad or what ever he likes to call him. See you at the olympics and by the way we did beat you in baseball. REMEMBER ha ha. The nlast time i checked james cameron was from canada , and didn’t he make one or 2 movies im not sure though you might want to check on that one. DUMBASS VOX

  47. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 10:55 PM

    Sorry Vox,
    Would have replied sooner, but I was enjoying my FREE healthcare.
    Anyways… What part of “your” culture have we borrowed? Last time I checked we didn’t have a liquor store on every street corner. Didnt need the civil rights movement, oh yeah, the whole slavery thing, we don’t have more guns than teeth, yada yada yada…..

  48. st214life says: Feb 8, 2010 11:05 PM

    Come on Vox,
    Folk songs are not an accurate historical account.
    The most telling line is “foolin with your cousin Uncle Sam”. Can you say “inbreeding”?

  49. BonerJams'03 says: Feb 8, 2010 11:25 PM

    # footy_29 says: February 8, 2010 10:17 PM
    The United States as a country is seen as arrogant by many Canadians because it doesn’t care to know the history of it’s most influential neighbour and trade partner. And yes, Canada is the most influential and important neighbour of the US.
    _____________________________________
    Sadly, most Americans form their viewpoints from snippets of cable news, which right or wrong, is taken as gospel. It’s so 1984 it’s not even remotely humorous anymore.
    If you asked most Americans where most of that oil they have comes from, and where the United States buys the majority of it’s oil from, I’m betting 1% or less would provide the correct answer of Canada.
    But you guys keep telling yourselves that Canada is a terrible place to live, with our free health care for all, having the worlds largest crude oil supply, the largest fresh water supply in the world etc etc etc Oh God it’s just terrible up here in our igloo’s.

  50. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 8, 2010 11:27 PM

    America is just like Rome in its final days.
    Anybody who has been born and raised in the US, knows that it is going downhill.
    This is not your Father’s America. America is turning into a third world dump.
    BTW, Our Country is arrogant and proud and has become a bully to the weak.
    We bully our own citizens.
    We honor thugs and our proud of cities that have the highest murder rates.
    Guess what? Canada will get the last laugh, they will be around after our destruction within.

  51. Jamzy says: Feb 8, 2010 11:28 PM

    .VoxVeritas says:
    February 8, 2010 10:44 PM
    Jamzy says:
    ???
    I do not speak Canadian, please speak American
    Enough said…next!

  52. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 11:29 PM

    “That war you speak of KrazyTrumpeter was not won by the brits and their military force”
    Correct, it was lost by them. The entire basis for a claim of victory by Canada is that Canada was not conquered by the United States. We never intended to conquer Canada. We invaded to lure the British military into a leveraged war at the same time they were warring with France so we could get them to stop jacking with our right to trade with anybody we see fit to trade with by forcing them to spread too thin. End result is that Britain realized that it was otherwise preoccupied with more important domestic and continental matters and gave up on trying to impose their will on us.
    “The lessons of the war were taken to heart. Anti-American sentiment in Britain ran high for several years, but the United States was never again refused proper treatment as an independent power.” – Winston Churchill

  53. MasterShake says: Feb 8, 2010 11:33 PM

    What exactly is Alaska’s problem? Hawaii makes you fly or god forbid take a boat to see one if not the most beautiful states in the US, but Alaska has to be a dick and tell us it’s OK to drive through Canada. Canada sucks! Free Healthcare. Yep, that’s why anyone with half a French ass-kissing brain will travel to the US for “Real” healthcare.
    What’s that aboot? “F” mimes while we’re at it. You guys got some killer green though!

  54. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 11:35 PM

    jetters149 says:
    A bunch of Canadian but I did recognize the word “baseball”. I like baseball too! Well, not really. It’s a pretty boring game. I never watch it, to tell you the truth. How is Mark McGwire these days, does he still hit a lot of home runs? I heard he hits a lot of home runs.

  55. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 11:42 PM

    “Folk songs are not an accurate historical account. ”
    In this case, it did.
    Britain: 2,459 casualties, beat a hasty retreat without most of their cannons
    US: 333 casualties, banged all the French girls
    “The most telling line is “foolin with your cousin Uncle Sam”. Can you say “inbreeding”?”
    Sure. Can you say “surrender bunny”? Bow to your queen, bitch.

  56. nshima dot com says: Feb 8, 2010 11:43 PM

    This is stupid. Canada is more American than any other country in the world. Or you could say that America is more Canadian than any other country in the world.
    Personally I enjoy both the CFL and the NFL. Yes, the NFL is the superior league, but the CFL has plenty of talent worth watching.

  57. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 11:48 PM

    “Would have replied sooner, but I was enjoying my FREE healthcare. ”
    Nothing in life is free. Poor dumb Canadian. Hey, did you know that the provincial target for wait time for a cardiac bypass in Ontario is 182 days?

  58. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 8, 2010 11:54 PM

    “If you asked most Americans where most of that oil they have comes from, and where the United States buys the majority of it’s oil from, I’m betting 1% or less would provide the correct answer of Canada.”
    We only import like 60% of our oil. No single country provides more than the 40% we get from right here.

  59. BonerJams'03 says: Feb 8, 2010 11:55 PM

    MasterShake says: February 8, 2010 11:33 PM
    What exactly is Alaska’s problem? Hawaii makes you fly or god forbid take a boat to see one if not the most beautiful states in the US, but Alaska has to be a dick and tell us it’s OK to drive through Canada. Canada sucks! Free Healthcare. Yep, that’s why anyone with half a French ass-kissing brain will travel to the US for “Real” healthcare.
    ——————————————————–
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Canadian_and_American_health_care_systems
    Have a read bud…the difference is that the people who made those studies are Doctor’s and researchers, while the guys at FoxNews, CNBC, etc etc are propaganda puppets…but maybe your right, those silly Doctor’s and researchers, what do they know.

  60. MasterShake says: Feb 9, 2010 12:08 AM

    BonerJams’03 says:
    February 8, 2010 11:25 PM
    “Sadly, most Americans form their viewpoints from snippets of cable news, which right or wrong, is taken as gospel. It’s so 1984 it’s not even remotely humorous anymore.”
    And the French…excuse me……Canadian’s can’t even decide what is right and what is wrong unless someone tells them the difference.

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