J. W. Carpenter
After a year away from Canada I was never as out of touch as you are now. Though its fun to see you make-believe that you're making any logical sense, I think I simply have to spell it out for you. Your departure from Canada left your party in such disarray they couldn’t even field a candidate for President. After just a couple of months your party is so compromised by how you screwed Canada that even Rolo’s troll party full of multis and inactives has more members.
Your idea of fun was to take a giant dump on Canada’s international reputation, and after months of cleaning up your mess you think that anyone outside of what’s remaining of your inner circle wants to return to that? Most people would have to put in a fair amount effort to do the damage that you’ve so gracelessly done to this country.
Really, I need no illustrations and no flowcharts to illustrate one very simple point:
You had your chance. You failed. Pretending that you did any better than that is not just a delusion of grandeur, but a delusion of relevance.
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