Remember the mass exodus of liberal Democrats fleeing imaginary oppression that was supposed to be streaming north of the border?
Wonder where these Canadian actors will go to flee a Tory government, if they've already left?
The prospect of a Conservative election victory Monday is sending chills into liberal Hollywood -- especially for two of the top Canadian-born actors on American TV shows.
Eric McCormack, star of NBC's Will & Grace, and Donald Sutherland, co-star on ABC's Commander In Chief, both seem spooked by Stephen Harper's lead in the polls.
McCormack says he hears "horrible, horrible things about a Conservative government coming in. If I can get back and vote, I would."
Sutherland, who was once married to actress Shirley Douglas, NDP founder Tommy Douglas' daughter, fears a Conservative victory.
"I'm just praying it will be a minority government," he said yesterday.
If Canada is no longer a safe haven for so-called progressive refugees, where will paranoid Canadian lefties seek refuge? The Netherlands? France? China? Cuba? North Korea?