Traffic reporter gives Romneyites directions to Canada

'I know a lot of people said that if their candidate lost the election they'd be moving to Canada,'...

'I know a lot of people said that if their candidate lost the election they'd be moving to Canada,' Jeff Brucculeri said during a segment Wednesday on Fox 23. 'So let me give you the quickest and directest route to Canada from Tulsa,' he said.

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In response to a "special request" from some viewers, a TV traffic reporter in Tulsa, Okla., gave disappointed Mitt Romney supporters the driving directions to Canada.

"I know a lot of people said that if their candidate lost the election they'd be moving to Canada," Jeff Brucculeri said during a segment Wednesday on Fox 23. "So let me give you the quickest and directest route to Canada from Tulsa," he said.

To the great delight of his off-camera colleagues, who can be heard laughing throughout the segment, Brucculeri traced the route north starting from Hwy. 75 and up to Interstate 29, which reaches the Canadian border.

"Now when you get to Canada... make sure you've got either your card or your passport to get into Canada," he said.

And while he didn't remind Republican voters about Canada's socialized medicine, he did educate them about another bit of Canadian culture: "You take the Lord Selkin (sic) Highway up into Winnipeg... They've got the Jets again in Winnipeg, so you can go watch some hockey — if the NHL ever decides to play again."


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