Thursday, February 09, 2006

Must See TV

The Liberals are talking about televising Question Period in the Senate, so that Canadians everywhere can watch Michael Fortier.

I'm hoping that this will lead to a "Much More CPAC" TV station. In addition to Senate hearings, we could have a Real World type show where washed up politicians (I'm looking at you Joe Clark) share a loft. There could be a "Political Punked" where Ben Mulroney plays tricks on MPs (Stockwell Day finds out that his new limo driver is flamboyantly gay - hilarity ensues).

It'll be Must See TV.


  • You just made my day.

    By Blogger Darrell, at 5:42 p.m.  

  • I think most Canadians woke up on January 24th learning who their new Prime Minister was and thought to themselves, "Dude...we have been punked."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:45 p.m.  

  • Ooh! Me too. I wanna play.

    Pimp My Office - Some Canadian rap star (Hello Choclair, we ain't seen you in years) will visit both CabMins' and backbenchers' offices and , while they're on a Northern European tour, completely rebuild it with some funky neon lighting, a sweet sound system, and a hip, hidden-away Xbox room / breast-quest room.

    Dancing with the EmPees - What else... an MP dance-off.

    MMCPAC Cribs - Totally sick tour of our 313c7ed representatives homes, homes away from homes, and other homes where these homeboys hang with their homies. Home?

    By Blogger Johnny Pockets, at 6:08 p.m.  

  • Don't you just love all the attention the Senate is getting under a Harper government? You've all been punked!

    By Anonymous Hatrock, at 6:20 p.m.  

  • Sounds great... but:

    Under Senate rules, only one MInister answeres questions, that's Marjorie LeBreton. So let's instead throw all of Harper's anti-Milroney quotes of the past 10 years at her every day instead. We'll never get to hear Fortier answer question in the Senate. Unless they are about a bill he is sponsoring as Minister of Public Works.

    Correct me if I am wrong...

    By Blogger Mark, at 7:20 p.m.  

  • I'm on someone else's keyboard, hence all the typos above...

    By Blogger Mark, at 7:20 p.m.  

  • Can we also have some kind of Bachlor like competition where nice young ladies try to win the hearts of Rob Anders, Jason Kenney and the rest of the Tory virgin caucus?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:46 p.m.  

  • Stock would try and convert the poor driver, or maybe try and hook him up with a nice church girl. Gawd, that'd be a great show.

    By Blogger matt, at 11:42 p.m.  

  • I happen to know for a fact that Stockwell Day has had at least one homosexual staff member in the past. Him and that staff member worked together in a very effective, very warm working relationship and friendship, and there were no issues (zero) with regards to either man's sexual orientation. They were friends and close confidants, and the staffer in question was among the very-most senior and inner core of his staff. Mr. Day is far from anti-gay. I would be careful when making assumptions, CG. Be careful to not fall for the same prejudice trap that some would accuse conservatives such as Mr. Day of.
    Ryan Hastman
    Edmonton, AB

    By Blogger Hasty, at 12:57 a.m.  

  • cg, mmcpac vj is now my dream job. thank you.

    hasty, im laughing at you. nobody takes the "i cant be homophobic... I HAVE GAY FRIENDS/COWORKERS!!" defence seriously.

    By Blogger angela, at 5:27 a.m.  

  • Rob Anders, nice young LADIES, cmon something is wrong there, maybe he should meet Stocks's new driver???

    By Anonymous happeningfish, at 11:11 a.m.  

  • Trading Ridings.

    In tonight's episode, Myron Thomspon and Bill Graham trade ridings. What's that? Gay pride week. Oh no!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:18 a.m.  

  • Has anyone actually seen a Senate QP? It is about as interesting as a Ken Dryden speech.

    By Anonymous Draft Winston Chan, at 11:36 a.m.  

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