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Gerald Giampa's second exclusive interview
¶ THE MONTHLY SMOG: Giampa's newspaper was getting to be a serious political newspaper. The North Shore Citizen was interested in hiring him. Giampa was only twelve so it was against the law.
There were many newspapers envious of his knack for getting exclusive interviews.
He seemed to be able to separate good ideas from bad even if they came from political inclinations that were not his own.
One editorial he wrote supported some of the good ideas of the leader of the Canadian Communist Party. For reasons unknown to him his mother was disapproving.
Diefenbaker was against allowing nuclear arms on Canadian soil. This met with Mr. Giampa's instant support. However that was the cause of Diefenbaker's defeat in the election.
Diefenbaker said: 'Why should Canada become someone else's gun closet?' The citizens of Canada read that first in The 'Monthly Smog'. Giampa had a gift for backing loosers.
I'LL NEVER WASH MY HAND AGAIN
¶ GERALD GIAMPA & the former Prime Minister of Canada in the Vancouver Hotel. Shaking hands and kissing babies is a politicians job. Thankfully I was too old for the big smackerooni.
'Dief the Chief could remember names, even mine.' That's the good thing about membership in the "Lynn Valley Smiling Crab Association", it imbues you with "memorable personality".
The "LVSCA" worked to benefit poor kids. It was our organization, we were those poor kids. That's the beauty of the system!
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