I don't really have a problem with this. I think it's just a matter of time until we do away with "kaffir lime". We already call "jewfish" goliath grouper and have done away with the other name for brazil nuts.
In the late nineties, I spent a week or two in southern to mid-Saskatchewan and was amazed at how bad the road were. Like you literally couldn't go the speed limit because of the potholes.
I've always wondered if this was a provincial thing, like Saskatchewan doesn't invest in roads, or a national thing. Or was my limited sample the anomaly and Canadian roads are actually quite good?
Sen. Ben Saase (R-Neb) gave an excellent talk on this to the Federalist Society. Essentially, now that a guy nominally from "our team" is in the Oval Office, doesn't mean we suddenly need to give up trying to rein in executive power.