QP Live: Things might get silly

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QP Live: Things might get silly

  1. Its ironic that the same people(veterans)who sacrificed there lives for Canadians and the athletes who represent our country are outside seeking the same respect as we are giving our athletes inside the HOC. It seems nobodies outside clapping the veterans for there true patriotic support. I find this display a complete hypocritical moment in our HOCs. The athletes should be outside clapping for the veterans, and supporting them, after all, if it wasn’t for these guys and gals(veterans)outside the HOCs today, they(athletes) would not be getting the support they enjoy today.

  2. The government don’t mind giving money to the athletes but they are less enthusiastic about veterans, I wonder why ?

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