Are you people still arguing over the "Québecois form a nation" thing? That is so two days ago.
The big news today is that Parti Québecois leader Andre Boisclair will be appearing in a risqué sketch satirising the film "Brokeback Mountain." In the sketch, a CGI-assisted and semi-nude Stephen Harper and George Bush are seen canoodling in a tent. Boisclair pokes his head and says something to the effect of "Québec will never get into that!"
Beyond the Brokeback parody being a little out of date, on paper, it looks like a funny sketch. However, according to the CBC article, some politicians (well, the provincial Liberal ones anyway) are questioning the appropriateness of the sketch.
Personally, I think it's pretty funny and I think the voters will too. People like a politician who's not afraid to laugh at himself. And it sounds a fair bit funnier than when some politicians show up on the Air Farce or 22 Minutes. Hell, even Harper did it. It's pretty much part of the political game these days. I'm waiting for the day Michael Ignatieff shows up on Air Farce to do the chicken cannon. I can almost hear him wincing from here. He's in town, so it's not that hard.
If Bob Rae and Rick Mercer can jump naked into a lake, then Andre Boisclair can have a little fun with his image and make a point about Québec-Canada relations while he's at it.