Ha Ha Ha – Canadian Politics
With all the hullaballoo going on in Canada about the impending political battle – can Stephane Dion actually end up as Prime Minister?!?!?!? – I think that it’s obviously time for a post about testicles. You’ll see.
How messed up is it that a guy who only a month ago was on his last, shaky, political legs and about to exit from the political stage in Canada, can make some kind of strange u-turn and now be standing on the edge of becoming Canada’s next Prime Minister. I mean, really? This seems like a good idea to the political mavens?
Although I’m no fan of the Conservative Party, and this really does serve Harper and his bully tactics a slice of humble pie – I find a tingling glee forming in the pit of my cockles – do people really think inserting a shaky coalition government between three parties that wouldn’t stand at consecutive urinals together if they had a choice, a good decision for a country that has a questionable economic future?
I’m not sure.
Then again, it can be argued that the leftist parties who will form the coalition government have more right to claim that position than Harper’s Conservatives, since the left won a majority of the popular vote.
What brought us to this point is that Harper’s balls grew a size too large, which is not good when your heart is smaller than the Grinch’s, pre-enlightenment, as at that point the heart is not strong enough to pump the proper amount of blood into the over-sized balls. This just leads to elephantitis of the scrotum. Not good.
Harper tried to ram some politically questionable laws down Canadian’s throats, perceiving the opposition to be weak and unable to stand against the onslaught. Apparently he was wrong. His vision was obscured by his big balls. His brain was lacking in proper blood flow due to the excessive size of his scrotum.
(This guy is proud of his big balls. Yet, they are not as big as Harper’s. Yikes!)
(Rumours have it that this is Harper’s favourite song. He enjoys singing along with the chorus.)
The big question on the mind of many people is what will the international community think about this move? That is an easy answer, and here it is.
Did you catch it?
Anyway, there is snow on the ground, a hockey game to watch later this evening, and politicians are looking in the mirror and wondering why they don’t get more respect: It is just another day in Canada.
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