Wednesday, April 20, 2011

vote

This guy is not our Prime Minister, though he dearly wants to be come May 2nd.
Advance polls open Apr 22.
What signs are in your neighbourhood?
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15 comments:

ewok1993 said...

That's a difficult name to remember or spell.

Postcardy said...

And I have no idea how to pronounce it.

Scrappy Grams said...

Perhaps knowing the ethnicity of him would help to figure it out.

Lesley said...

Ig-NAT-yeff
or IgNATyev
or Iggy
His father was from Russia.

VioletSky said...

Considering there is a week and a half to go, there are few signs in my neighbourhood (and most are for the Conservative incumbent)

Greyscale Territory said...

Interesting how the sign is angled low in tall grass! Has it fallen?

Joy said...

I remember him as a talking head on various late night reviews in the UK. Who knew then he would become a politician.

LV said...

I hoe the election turns out to your satisfaction.

Lesley said...

The sign was staked on a hill.

Joy: much has been said about his time 'not in Canada'!

EG Wow said...

Oh, this name looks familiar! :)

Wren said...

Think he'll win?

Election signs always make me think of the Chicago motto: "Vote early, vote often, but vote!"

Sreisaat said...

Yup, difficult to remember or spell indeed. Here in Cambodia, majority of the population can not read and write so during elections, logos of political parties are printed in the ballots, instead of names of candidates. At least that's how it was explained to me by a local.


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RedPat said...

The Liberal red signs are fighting it out with the NDP orange in our neighbourhood!

Ann said...

He's a labour party? I am labour party too. LOL

forgetmenot said...

Glad you liked the yellow flowers--I promise I'll come up with a sign soon and post it. Mickie :)