In our fantasy world, Harper has been fired from his job as prime minister because he is, well, incompetent. Read the secret letter that exposed his considerable failings.
A report prepared by his evaluation committee brought to light Harper’s involvement in a scheme to save his skin. Hubris, duplicity, revenge, and sex all make their appearance in The Tailings Pond Beer Saga. Read the story no one is talking about on the campaign trail.
In case you missed the saga, here are all five episodes: The Tailings Pond Beer Saga
As we reported in last week’s episode, small towns across Canada were elated at the promise of Tailings Pond Beer refineries and bottling plants and the jobs that would come with the new factories. Harper himself was rubbing his hands in anticipation of a fifth election win. But to curb competition from other tailings pond owners and to keep the price down, Harper authorized Temporary Workers to be discretely introduced across the country in the Harper Beer Company factories.
No one noticed in the cities but, before long, the people in the towns noticed the TWs in their midst and rose up in anger at this blatant attempt to cheat them of employment. Soon recall petitions Continue reading
HvH has received leaked information about Harper’s recent dismissal. Documentation supporting his firing has surfaced enumerating in great detail the lies, corruption, and deception that led up to that fatal day. Continue reading
In the second episode, Prime Minister Harper got approval from the Conservative Caucus for his Canada-saving brainstorm: Tailings Pond Beer (TPB).
Now Harper’s hosting an over-the-top launch with F-18s flying overhead, soldiers marching in the streets with Canadian flags and new TPB banners billowing in the wind. Humans vs Harper attended the launch. Continue reading
In the first episode of the Tailings Pond Beer series, Harper decided that since the economy is doing so poorly because of falling oil prices, Tailings Pond Beer would solve all his problems.
As usual the Caucus has been bullied into acceptance and has no choice but to go along with the idea, but not before some members expressed their concern about their dry ridings and how were they going to explain this alcoholic enterprise to their constituents. Others were worried about how it was going to look to their capitalist supporters. Continue reading
“It doesn’t look like the price of oil is going up any time soon so we’ve gotta diversify our economy. Even though I know it’s politically incorrect for a Conservative government to meddle in the business of choosing winners, I just can’t resist this Tailings Pond Beer idea. Continue reading