A mixed message

March 29, 2007 at 3:42 pm (General)

Mixed message

Walking home on Tuesday night, I came across the above campaign billboard for the “money and the ethnic vote are the reasons behind all our troubles” party. Now, I couldn’t give a flying fuck at a rolling doughnut about the PQ or its leader’s questionable taste in men, although I had slightly more respect for them in their previous leftist state, but couldn’t they at least realise that their methods of publicity try to reflect their campaign slogan?
You know, when you want to rebuild a greener Quebec, we’d feel better if you could at least demonstrate some ability to use a hammer to nail a few pieces of 2 x 4s together. Also, I know spring has barely begun, but was it really necessary to place said monstrosity among dead plants? That can’t be good, can it?



  1. JonasParker said,

    What I would know is, why did the PQ abandon its own PQ blue and appropriate everyone else’s (except the ADQ light blue)? A green Quebec was the Green Party’s green. Education was Quebec Solidaire’s orange, and health was Liberal red. Then again, the liberals weren’t exactly red, this time, were they? It’s like the parties tried to use different colours to fool people into believing that they were something other than what they were.

  2. Michel said,

    I remember reading somewhere that the PW’s green campaign stategery was an attempt to usurp the Green Party’s (slightly) growing popularity.
    I guess the blond hair/blue hair kids by the seaside campaign did generate as much popularity as they had once hoped.

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