Oh my goodness!
Unfortunately, these are Canadian voters’ only choices in the upcoming federal election.
Justin Trudeau, the ex-drama teacher, who loves dressing up to draw attention to himself, but doesn’t realize he’s been playing the lead role in a political farce based on that short tale known as the ‘Emperor's New Clothes’.
Andrew Scheer, the almost ex-insurance broker, who wants to be the captain of Canada’s hockey team, but only knows how to play American-style dodgeball when faced with a lineup of question-asking reporters.
Elizabeth May, the hyperbole-prone Greenie, who believes stopping the expansion of our tax-payer-owned pipeline will nullify the world’s carbon emissions from coal-fired electricity generating plants in places like India and China.
Jagmeet Singh, the earnest lawyer turned politician, who is promoting the idealistic notion that a majority of Canadians is ready to vote for a free-spending member of one of Canada’s most visible minority groups.
Yves-François Blanchet, the Bloc’s head, whose focus is on Quebec nationalism, promoting Quebec sovereignty and squeezing as much money out of Ottawa as politically possible.
Maxime Bernier, the one-man marching band with two right feet, who plays such discordant tunes most Canadians shake their heads in disbelief and then hastily switch to a different channel.
Voting this time will be akin to going to the grocery store to buy a fresh lemon only to find everyone is either bruised or moldy.