Sunday, September 21, 2008

Apocalyptic weekend

Yesterday it was snowing and the wind was blowing like it wanted to rip your head off. Something was clearly not right with the universe. Then, when I walked out of my apartment, I saw this:

Perhaps the weather meant that God was angry (the good god who wants us to take care of poor people and stuff, that is, not the one that hates gays), because Stephen Harper had arrived. So, two out of four horsemen of the apocalypse so far this weekend, and it's not over yet.

As I walked by the cadet hall where the Conservateurs were doing whatever it is Conservateurs do, I imagined that inside, everyone was singing this song, and it made me feel better:

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Mongoose said...

Love the video. Thanks. :)

Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see if any of the other party leaders pay a visit to the territory during the campaign.

Dooner said...

We've already had the leaders of the 3 main national parties up here in the last year. Ottawa should send us something useful, like housing, or a deepwater port, or action on climate change.

Speaking of which...

Anonymous said...

But I'm wondering if they will come up during the campaign?

I would have thought the Liberals would have moved a bit faster on some of the important issues affecting Nunavut as well given they had a nice big majority government for a good spell there.