We, the Canadians, have had few moments of pride since Emperor Harper's Styrofoam bucket-hair and anti-democratic ominous bills, but watching this brief address in the House of Commons makes me want to grab a twelve pack of Pilsner, saddle up the sled dogs, and go for a joy ride around the igloo complex while singing Gordon Lightfoot's The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.
Despite my thrill (and eagerness to sign up for the Canadian Military Zombie Resistance Forces), David Frum, AKA Zombie Pacifist of the National Post took a different stance:
Zombies face a frightening humanitarian crisis — aggravated, it may be said, by the sanctions and boycotts imposed on them by living people who refuse to accept the need for coexistence with their mindless, flesh-eating neighbours.
And to that I say . . .