If David Janes Were Running for Prime Minister

While David Janes and I do not always see eye-to-eye on every issue, our poltics often align in that foggy part of the political landscape where “fiscally conservative” and “socially liberal” meet (according to the Map of Politopia, I live in the northwest suburbs of “Centerville”). Accuse me of wanting to have my cake and eat it too if you must; I will counter (and win) by reminding you that that is exactly the purpose of cake.

The latest series of entries in his blog, Ranting and Roaring, lists the planks of the “Janes Platform”, if he were running for Prime Minister. I generally agree with them:

Strangely enough, what David has to say about paying off the debt — “A Janes government will not pay down the debt, believing that keeping

money in the hands of the Canadian people and growing the economy to

the point where the debt is an irrelevancy is a more effective strategy” — is pretty close to what Lorne Gershuny of the Marxist-Leninist party said about the debt at last week’s all-candidates meeting!

4 replies on “If David Janes Were Running for Prime Minister”

A quibble…

I think you misundertand the old cake saying, AG. If you have your cake, it is because you have not eaten it; if you have eaten your cake, you no longer have it.

Yours pedantically,

Anonymous Bosch.

I was just trying to be funny, and I think that cracking a joke about “quantum cake” (which would allow the cake to exist in more than one state simultaneously) would go over a lot of people’s heads.

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