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So much talent, # 51 is inspired.
This is a little old but it again fits for the Labour Day weekend .
Trump wanted to destroy the US economy to get back at the Chinese fits in well in this thread
This guy gets our politics better than most Canadian commentators.
Dennis looks like him too.
Tom Tomorrow entitled this one "Dumbfellas".
Reminds me of 2006, when the polls began pointing to a Tory victory; Stephen Harper and Jack Layton began making speeches saying, "Don't worry - if the Liberals lose the Sun will still rise the next day and the sky won't fall down." Pretty sure both of them used that exact phrase, or close to it.
EDMONTON – After the federal election results left many in western Canada feeling disappointed and alienated, a separatist movement has emerged online under the banner of “Wexit”, inspired by the efficient, painless, and satisfying Brexit process currently underway across the Atlantic.
Albertans in particular have expressed frustration with being ruled by a party that is so anti-oil that it would only buy one pipeline. Much of this frustration has been expressed on social media by a series of bots, content aggregators, media reps for foreign owned oil companies, and the occasional Albertan.
LOL that is so very clever. Thanks bekayne.
Adore the kitteh.
Another clever one, bekayne.
How come I can't see Bekayne's image but I do see MM's?
Jen Sorenson has a suggestion for changing the public image of plutocrats.
That was funny. As for trashy vs classy, other than money from the government, there are several ruling class fashions, huge powerful cars, canned hunting trips (see Trump sons) and other indulgences that are seen as very tacky when copied by poorer people.