A fun little book which simultaneously gives a glimpse into the way the Canadian Government works while making fun of it. It's semi educational and definitely provides food for thought in all of the 19 chapters:
Advisory, Parliament - The Pox on Both Our Houses, We Should Not Speak Ill of the Senate, The Commons -- The Lower (Much Lower) House, The Power Trip (Scenic Route), The Prime Minister, The Cabinet, The Monarchy, The Parties, Choosing the Party Leader, The Election -- How Everyone Gets to Share the Blame, Provincial Politics -- A Regional Disturbance, The Oracle of Media, The Opinion Poll, Separation, The Canadian Civil War, Americanada, Where Canadian Politicians Come From and Rehabilitating the Image.
I had the pleasure of learning new things, having my interest piqued lots and of course, I often laughed out loud at the humour.
My favourite quote had to be:
Canada is often described as "a country of immigrants." This annoys the hell out of the native Indians, who have been here long enough to qualify as residents.