Saturday, March 3, 2007

L'équipe de Mario Dumont

Suite aux attaques d'André Boisclair sur l'absence de son équipe, le meilleur atout de l'ADQ, Mario Dumont, réagit.

9 comments:

Julien Fournier Dorion said...

Effectivement, l'équipe de Mario Dumont ne peut se féliciter d'être gonflée à bloc par des candidats expérimentés.

Le billet La fameuse équipe adéquiste, sur le blogue Idéaux et débats, lève le voile sur les représentants "chevronnés" de l'ADQ.

http://ideauxetdebats.blogspot.com/

Joe Bleau said...

pff excellent cette caricature! C'est du top, lâche surtout pas!

Yame said...

Excellentes caricatures, idée originale de concept, j'ai hâte de voir les autres à venir!

Mélanie said...

Excellente cette caricature. Ça donne vraiment le ton de la campagne de Mario Dumont.

Yan said...

Méchante équipe en effet!
j'aime beaucoup tes dessins, très actuels.

Marc said...

Excellent !

Michel Gauvin said...

Pauvre Mario !

À force de vouloir attirer l'attention sur lui, il a fini par l'obtenir. Et Maintenant, les journalistes et les adversaires politiques de Super Mario cherchent des bibittes et vous savez quoi ? Ils en trouvent ! Et les électecteurs aussi commencent à comprendre le plan de match de Super Mario ! Quand ta pas d'équipe, tu pousse le puck dans le fond de la zone... Ça fait de l'action mais ça fait pas gagner, parlez-en à Guy Carbonneau !

Tym_Machine said...

Recently, Mario Dumont of the ADQ told the Laurentides Chamber of commerce in St-Jérôme that he was now against the reform and for the return of discipline in school.

Of course Dumont was mocked by the leftist-marxist of Quebec nonetheless his position according to me was right, accurate and to the point.

The last reform of the education system in elementary and high school in Quebec is a complete utter failure. Not only have we waste tremendous amount of time and money over this so-called reform given by our intelectual elites that have nothing better to do out of their lifes but it has given us worse results than it would have if those excited hyperactive thinkers would have sit still and do nothing. What a pathetic utter shame we should have about it.

The reform originally was designed to bring more math, French, English and History but the pedagogists and other ists have screwed it all up royally just like they do all the time without any shame at all. Dumont was first for it just like Marois but since the lunatic bureaucrats of the ministry of Education have taken over, it's been nothing but a complete messy failure just like everything they touch turns into the most brownish sh*t.

Dumont is right on the abolition of this reform (not that he should push the "election trigger" all the time for this but fortunately, his party is now in no position to do that), Dumont is right on School boards abolition (we might want to merge them with municipality for simplicity and so when a snow storm occurs and snow plowers are unable to do the job, we could cancel school right away with less bureaucrats being involved).

To make a long story short, Mario Dumont is as right on education as his vision in health care privatization, on reducing taxes and alleged fiscality for Quebec. It's unfortunate though that Dumont is so badly surrounded by young and old incompetent and poor communicators MPs. As Dumont told them and one of them told us already (just as RBO's Bye Bye did in a parody), they should shut up and listen for the whole first year and then, we'll see if one of them could explain something clear enough so that at least 10% of the "interested in politics" population understands it.

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