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Canada, actually: American music, please, when free to do so

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Anti-American Canadians (all of them liberals and the left, generally) hate it when I post lists like this. 

Usually I highlight the Nielsen ratings or the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement ratings to show how most, or all, of the top twenty or thirty TV shows being watched by Canadians are pure American—just to prove that Canadians love Americans and their culture even more than the “Canadian” one dreamed-up and thus mandated by the liberal (and Liberal Party) bureaucratic elites in Ottawa, through their various laws, policies, Canadian content laws, regulations, censorship of American TV and music, protectionist policies, “sponsorships” (spot the Brought to you buy your Liberal Party logo at the end of

every

single

Canadian

-

made

show

), and much more.

But this is yet another reason why the internet is so pernicious to liberals and the liberal-left in Canada—free music, and the freedom to listen to whatever on God’s green earth you want to listen to, outside of what the liberals (Liberal Party) and their (Liberal Party) government-decreed (Liberal Party) “Canadian Culture” dictates.  (Another reason the internet is so pernicious to liberal-left is this web site, as we know.  Snicker.)

CANADA’S TOP DOWNLOADED SONGS
(SPOT THE CANADIAN)
August 16 2005

1. Pon de Replay (Radio Edit), Rihanna

2. These Words (I Love You, I Love You, I Love You), Natasha Bedingfield

3. Wake Me Up When September Ends, Green Day

4. Don’t Lie, Black Eyed Peas

5. All These Things That I’ve Done, The Killers

6. Bad Day, Daniel Powter

7. Behind These Hazel Eyes, Kelly Clarkson

8. Don’t Cha (featuring Busta Rhymes)…, The Pussycat Dolls & Busta Rhymes

9. Mr. Brightside, The Killers

10. Cool, Gwen Stefani

From Apple iTunes Canada at www.apple.com/ca/itunes

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