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Desc:All to the sweet stylings of Harry Belafonte.
Category:Stunts, News & Politics
Tags:canada, toronto, Stephen Harper, election day, dance like everyone is watching
Submitted:mystery_bouffe
Date:05/04/11
Views:1165
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Comment count is 8
Konversekid - 2011-05-04
I just don't understand.
Sundry - 2011-05-04
Performance art. That is completely normal.

I believed the message was that Harper was as irresponsible as a drunk, but then Obushama head shows up and now I don't get it.

takewithfood - 2011-05-04
Harper is often criticized for selling out to the US, hence the Bush/Obama. The fat guy is Rob Ford, the Mayor of Toronto, who is not well-liked but was somehow elected. There is also a brief reference to Sun TV, which is a new 24-hour conservative Canadian news network that is openly attempting to emulate Fox News.

I'm not sure if that actually explains anything.

takewithfood - 2011-05-04
Sorry, "Sun News".

phalsebob - 2011-05-04
Rob Ford IS well liked among fat stupid trashy old dogs, of which Canada is filled more than I ever could have imagined.

Seriously, what the fuck is wrong with you Canada?

CharlesSmith - 2011-05-04
The suburbs voted in Ford, nobody hates him more than Torontonians. As always, the reasonable people are just slightly outnumbered by the cooks, and so the cooks have it.

CharlesSmith - 2011-05-04
I guess it's spelled "kook". Doesn't look right to me though.

takewithfood - 2011-05-04
It didn't work. T___T
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