Most of the edits are fairly mundane - Jason Kenney and Dan McTeague have criticism replaced with praise and Paul Martin is called Canada's worst Prime Minister. If you're going to edit wikipedia entries...and I would certainly not suggest that any of my blog readers do...but, if you're going to, here are some edits that might be fun:
-Go through the entire Conservative caucus and say whether or not they are a member of the Quebec nation (e.g. "Lawrence Cannon is a member of the Quebec nation", "Monte Solberg is not a member of the Quebec nation"...)
-Add an entire article on Gilles Duceppe's 24 hour run for the PQ leadership. Add an "endorsements" section with Gilles Duceppe's endorsements being composed of...Gilles Duceppe.
-Add a few extra conditions to the Elizabeth May/Stephane Dion deal. "Stephane Dion agrees to compost at home while, in exchange, Elizabeth May gets the animation rights to a Kyoto the Dog cartoon series."
-"Jean-Pierre Blackburn is a member of the Harper Cabinet, although his actual existence has yet to be confirmed by anyone inside or outside of Ottawa since being sworn in last year."
-"Stephen Harper has looked positively dashing since hiring a taxpayer funded stylist last year."
-"Pat Martin is considered by most to be the one of the best puppeters on Parliament Hill...second only to Stephen Harper."
-"Jim Flaherty's 2007 budget ended the unproductive era of bickering between the provincial and federal governments, replacing it with a far more productive era of bickering between the provincial and federal governments.
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