May 7, 2007

Something is Rotten in the State of Sovereignty

I have a feeling this will be a recurring series, but as mentioned in the previous post, the PQ and the BQ have declared war on each other in what can only be described as exciting.

So everybody doesn’t get confused

Cast of characters:
Andre Boisclair….the Queen
Gilles Duceppe…Shining Knight in Separatist Armor…the Prince
Pierre Paquette…Duceppe’s bitch and future Bloc leader…the Wannabe Prince/aka Wench
Abbe Gravel (Gay former prostitute priest and Bloc MP)…the Catholic Church
Yves Michaud…you remember him from the Bouchard political assassination…the undead.

Ok so this is the first part of the saga…

The Queen gets pissed off because the Prince wants the crown. Nobody messes with the Queen’s jewels, so he makes it very public that the Prince should back off. The Prince, or the communist formerly known as Gilles, is much more popular than the Queen, and he makes himself sound like the innocent virgin he isn’t.

The Prince has a posse, and he sends out some of them to mess up the Queen.

First the wench holds a press conference, saying that the Prince is so saintly, he beams innocence, and that he would never say the Queen should abdicate. He also says the Prince is a great guy and very royal material. The wench has no apparent agenda, despite the fact that if the Prince becomes King, the wench becomes Prince…he just thought he should let everybody know that.

The Prince is also very powerful and has the Catholic Church come to his aid as well. The Catholic Church makes sure to give the Queen a good tongue lashing, saying that nobody as saintly as the Prince would ever plot the takeover of the throne. He tells the Queen to get herself to a nunnery, which for this Queen, may actually be his definition of hell.

When that is not enough for the poor Queen, the undead emerges from the sovereigntist crypt to belittle him. He calls the Queen childish, and seeing as the undead is 295 years old next Thursday, the undead knows maturity.

Things are not looking good for the Queen, I sure do hope it doesn’t work out, because like Benoit Pelletier, I think it’s about time we get rid of this monarchy.

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3 Commentaires:

Blogger fatness a dit...

yawn

5/08/2007 8:23 AM  
Blogger Down & Out in L A a dit...

I like Don MacPherson's headline in The Gazette.

"Finally, the Bloc is United. Everybody wants Boisclair to go."

5/08/2007 9:17 AM  
Blogger Alex Plante a dit...

That's not true. Caroline Saint-Hilaire made a comment against Duceppe yesterday. That was funny.

5/08/2007 12:59 PM  

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