|Stubborn, defiant with a|
"high prey drive"...and creepy hair
But first, we must start with the top dog himself, the Prime Minister. Stephen Harper is unquestionably an Afghan Hound. This breed is aloof and dignified. If it were to give a stump speech, it would repeat the same thing without interest or variation. When this hound feels mistreated, it will develop a stubborn and defiant streak. Would it listen to requests? Possibly. But it would limit them to 5 per day in defiance to perceived bias. The Afghan Hound is not a very obedient either as it would likely stonewall and refuse to fetch documents showing the full costs of its crime bill. This breed also has a "high prey drive" and can prove dangerous to smaller animals. The animals at risk are often red-colored and named Stephane Dion or Michael Ignatieff.
|(Because you don't know the rules!)|
|(Have I been a bad dog again?)|
Maxime Bernier, a natural beagle, is now cabinet minister of state for tourism and small business. Beagles are warm and affectionate but have a constant need for companionship. Beagles have the highest excitability rating of any dog and are easily distracted. This can lead to a beagle leaving confidential NATO briefing papers with his ex-puppy playmate in her doghouse without realizing it for over five weeks. However, when they find a scent, the beagle is not easily deterred from obtaining its goal. Sometimes, that can be a detriment as this dog might bark something undiplomatic such as demanding the dismissal of the governor of Kandahar. No matter how much training you give the beagle, he will ultimately do something silly.
|(Can we prorogue Parliament |
so we can play?)
|(Don't look at me with contempt.)|