Thursday, March 27, 2014

Revealed: Table of Contents for Trudeau's memoirs!

Don’t ask how, but I managed to get my hands on the Table of Contents for  Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s soon to be published memoirs tentatively entitled, Fifty Shades of Yay!

If the chapter titles are anything to go by, it promises to be a fascinating opus. Take a look:

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. The Kindergarten Years

Chapter 2. What I learned from zany old Uncle Fidel

Chapter 3. Why I love Canada to my very bones, to the core of my molecules, to the roots of my incredibly thick hair.

Chapter 4. Discovering the Middle Class by observing it through the window of my dad’s limousine.

Chapter 5. Albertans running Ottawa! Not in my Canada.

Chapter 6.  Why “Open” Nominations are good for democracy

Chapter 7.  Why my power to arbitrarily veto Liberal candidates is good for democracy.

Chapter 8.Communist China: Admirable paradise of efficient state power.

Chapter 9. My take on foreign policy: Putin and a Ukrainian go into a bar…

Chapter 10.  The budget will balance itself and other economic theories I’ve devised while smoking pot.

Chapter 11.  Harper’s a big Meanie

Looks great, right? I suspect more chapters might emerge between now and the book's publication. Stay tuned.


Rich said...

Chapter 12 The only good Prime Ministers come from Quebec.

Anonymous said...

Chapter 13: Argument for PM Trudeau: My dad told me so on my 9th birthday (it was his gift to me that year)

Lynn said...

This book sounds like a get to know me book.

Just-in Trudeau is a nobody when you think about what he has accomplished.....nothing!!

He wants to start where his father finished. Just-in wants a "Just Society" the rich pay and pay the middle class disappears and the low income earner gap widens. The Canada we know will change for the worst!

Anonymous said...

It does not look to me like Justin Trudeau ever left kindergarten, as his present behavior indicates that! He is so childish that he wants everyone to notice him, and has a sulky look on his face if someone slse is getting ll the attention.