Canadian Elections: It’s On!
As I’m sure all Canadian readers know, a federal election has been called. For non-Canadians: Yes, Canada has its own, independent government body separate from that of the United States. We hold our own elections – Go Us!
The Conservatives and the NDP both appear to be off to a strong start, whereas the Liberals are struggling under the weight of promoting Stephane Dion as a potential leader. The Green party is continuing to build its profile and exposure, while facing some early controversy over their leaders perception of the intelligence of Canadian voters.
One lesser known party, which is quickly becoming the ‘house’ party of Canadian Fermentation, is still struggling to make an impact on the national stage. The Cirellians claim, though, that they are ready to lead this country into the next stage of its and humanities evolution.
(This dog would vote Cirellean. Why not you?)
“I was happy to hear about the election call,” reports Cirellean leader, Nathan Humboldt. “It’s about frick’n time. Paul Harper’s government has been steering this country in a non-space exploration way for way too long.”
When told that the Prime Minister’s name is actually Steven Harper, Mr. Humboldt just shrugged his shoulders. “That just proves how little he has resonated with the Canadian public. The problem is he has no space oriented platform. How can you run a country without building its space program? It’s just stupid.”
When asked what his favourite blog was, Humboldt replied, “Canadian Fermentation, of course. It’s the only source that actually gives us any print. I can’t believe how the mainstream media has ignored our campaign. It’s almost as if we don’t actually exist.”
The Cirellean party plans to hold a fund-raising event at the UFO platform in St. Paul, Alberta as the kick off to their election campaign. Canadian Fermentation has been invited to attend, and will report back all information to readers desperate for information on this political party. Stay tuned, Dear Reader, and keep your fingers crossed and maintain good thoughts towards our friends in the Cirellean Party as they make their run at Canadian political destiny.
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