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    I like him better than Ron Paul, I think he's a much more human and charismatic fellow, and certainly more accomplished and qualified to be President of the United States. I don't agree with him politically, but I think he'd make a decent third party choice, and it would be cool to see him in at least one debate.
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    I really don't know enough about the Profumo affair, or mid-century British politics to comment on the former.

    On the latter, I imagine it would have just been seen as one more crazed Diefenbaker eccentricity, and would not have spawned a trend. But monarchists would probably constantly cite it today, and editorial pages would raise some high-profile Australian as a "possibility" every time the GG spot became vacant.
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    My thoughts are kind of complicated. On the one hand, I get the "idea" of the Metric system, and why it's more rational etc etc. But on the other hand, I'm also sympathetic to the idea that units of measurement are a very hard-wired cultural thing, and not something that can be easily changed by mere force of government decree, which makes me somewhat question the cost/benefit aspect of trying.

    Several decades after nominally "converting," Canada is very much a dog's breakfast of imperial and metric co-existing in an awkward fashion, and I think it's very hard to make the case that the nation, as a whole, is demonstrably better for it. Certainly it's needlessly complicated trade with the US, and I'm generally opposed to initiatives that do that.
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