Friday, August 27, 2010

Come and play, everything's A-OK

Someone has to do something about the current state of Australian politics, but who can say what the answer is? Me. I can. So here’s my solution: replace all the politicians in each party with the cast of Sesame Street. It wouldn’t be that different really, most of the people who get into politics are Muppets.

Prime Minister: Elmo
Who could possibly stay mad at this guy?
‘Prime Minister Elmo is raising taxes.’
What a bastard.
‘But Prime Minister Elmo still loves you.’
Good point. Let’s tickle him!

Minister for Small Business: Maria
She’s kept the Fix-It shop going for years, thanks to a suspicious amount of broken toasters on Sesame Street. Clearly this woman is prepared to take matters into her own hands.

Minister for Finance: The Count
Let’s face it, he’s not going to mess up the numbers.

Minister for Health: Cookie Monster
Screw it, have a cookie. And some cake. And a deep fried Mars Bar. Then you too, can be as happy as this googley eyed, blue ball of fun.

Minister for the Arts: Prairie Dawn
The girl has wicked piano skills and plenty of experience directing plays full of incompetent fools. The position would have gone to Cookie Monster had it not been for the tragic cancellation of Monsterpiece Theatre.

Minister for Education: Big Bird
He thinks he knows everything. Making him prove it will hopefully wipe that smug look off his face.

Minister for Human Services: Gordon
Because he is a human. (I don’t know if he services)

Minister for Transport: Snuffleupagus
We can ride him.

Minister for Defence: Super Grover
Yes, he falls out of the sky occasionally, but he’s a freakin superhero.

Minister for Immigration: Oscar
No paperwork? Scram.

Minister for the Environment: Kermit the Frog
He was only on the show occasionally, but if anyone knows it’s not easy being green, it’s this guy.


If you would like to know more about why Bert & Ernie are not to be trusted with such matters, please refer to this post.

4 comments:

daisyatomic said...

So, I wanted to make a comment, and as we're talking about muppets, I thought this was appropriate.

Lisa: Dad, what's a Muppet?
Homer: Well, it's not quite a mop, it's not quite a puppet, but man...
[laughs hysterically]
Homer: So to answer your question, I don't know.

Enjoy :D

(Also, I totally created an account just to comment... also, this is Amanda, lmfao.)

Lauren Brown said...

You're the second person who's created an account just to comment on here. This makes me feel sooper powerful and almighty and I heart you dearly for it.

Julia said...

They would totally get my vote. But would Jim Henson's son have to be their campaign advertiser?

Lauren Brown said...

I spent way too long staring at a blank screen thinking about which Sesame Street character I would make campaign manager.
I decided on Zoe, for no other reason than 'she doesn't have a job yet.'