Canada. That’s my answer for pretty much everything except pipelines and baby seals. They also vote with a pencil and piece of paper. Duh.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 22, 2012
What a coincidence that Current TV last night just happened to show Michael Moore’s 2002 film “Bowling for Columbine” (and will rerun it every night, twice each night, for a week). The director was on hand to answer questions via Twitter. Asked which nation should serve as the model for America’s gun control legislation, Moore told his followers that we should look north for guidance in just about all things, aside from how to treat baby seals.
Baby seal hunt banned in Canada since 1987 RT @MMFlint: Canada. That's my answer for pretty much everything except pipelines and baby seals
— Stephane Giroux (@SGirouxCTV) December 22, 2012
@MMFlint And of course Canadians haven't been hunting baby seals for over a generation, so you can take that off the list….
— Mark Hayes (@HayeseLaw) December 22, 2012
— Jamie Parsons (@jamieparsons75) December 22, 2012
Whoa! It’s not like Moore to get his facts jumbled, but assured that seal control is in full effect, Canada must be perfect, eh? That depends on whom you ask.
@MMFlint Canada has the best health care system in the world, except if your sick. Government healthcare is about government not healthcare.
— George (@priddlecorp) December 22, 2012
.@MMFlint Don't pretend to know a thing about Canadian healthcare, you arrogant prick. That system nearly killed me.
— Andrew Lawton (@AndrewLawton) December 22, 2012
— LeighPatrickSullivan (@LeighPatrick) December 22, 2012
What? Moore knows everything about the Canadian health care system. After all, his 2007 film “Sicko” demonstrated just how poorly the United States’ health care system stacks up against Canada, France, the U.K. and even Cuba.
— Stephen Henderson (@hendersonsk) December 22, 2012
— Kelly (@kelly_t_mac) December 22, 2012
— Reuben Scholtens (@ReubenScholtens) December 22, 2012
@MMFlint I love you MM but I lived in Canada and could not access their healthcare system because of a massive shortage of Dr's.
— Pet City Sitters (@petcitysitters) December 22, 2012
@MMFlint we pay for it with ridiculous taxes. After having my newborn in the hospital a couple wks ago I have 0 faith in our healthcare.
— Rebecca (@becmoose) December 22, 2012
— Bastard Jack (@MrWXC) December 22, 2012