Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Nice heir, though.

Conservative strategists recognized too late the obvious pitfall of crafting an election strategy around making fun of their main opponent's 'nice hair'.

Turns out just about everyone likes nice hair.

Last week the Cons sought to rectify that mistake by electing Rona Ambrosia as their own hair apparent and interim leader.

"We're going to be nice hair all the way all the time from now on," promised the new leader, pledging to usher in a new era of 'sunny ways glaze' after a whole decade of apparently just getting the tone wrong.

Fellow MP ShamWow Tony Gazebo best summed up this new direction in grooming for the Cons : "At the end of the day, we're moving ahead with going forward."



lungta said...


"Turning Dog Shit Into Gold" Edition.
smiley faces stickers on the press release stickers is next?
i hope the swing vote can see through this attempt to repackage
the canadian demolition party

Boris said...

Ah, the Conservative Conundrum (tm). Once electable when they were PCs, they head West into the bitumen darkness in the shadow of the mountains, killing off the PCs or causing them to flee towards the light in the East. Little did they know (although in hindsight, they ought've) that this move would eventually render them unelectable in most of the rest of the country, as it dwells not in shadow and indeed fears it.

Now, finally defeated, they realise their conundrum. So they decide to hold a lightbulb over their head and call it sunshine, hoping that some PCs might return, should they even still exist.

A bit like this: https://youtu.be/xtOkNZK-m4A

West End Bob said...


rona's head on harper's kitty-body.

Looks almost normal.

Nice job, M'Lady . . . .

Anonymous said...

Holly Stick here:

Like the Liberals running left and governing right; the Conservatives run nice and noble and highly moral and they govern mean and nasty and dishonest.

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