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Sunday, October 30, 2005

now with 60% more hippies.

The Green Party of Canada is holding a logo design contest... we couldn't help but join the fun!

Here's what we came up with...

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9 comments:

Chris said...

LOL!

summermoon said...

It's gold!

the beautiful letdown said...

You just made my day.

Aaron said...

Haha. So true.

Socialist Swine said...

But I think it say something about the rest of us that the Greens did so much better in the last election. I mean, they don't even campaign other than to go on the radio occassionally and say that they are pro-conservation and are fiscally conservative.

-Socialist Swine

daveberta said...

We find the surge in Green support quite interesting. We're not convinced that voters are supporting the Greens due to policy, but rather because they're not one of the three traditional parties (ie: Liberal, Conservative, NDP).

We read an interesting article in the Walrus this summer which exposed some of the inner politics of the Green party, namely Jim Harris' takeover and the shift in policy priorities.

We are looking forward to seeing how the Green campaign looks in the next fedlection.

Lex Luthor said...

As a Green Party member who joined because 1) they had good policies and 2) they weren't the Liberals, CPC or NDP, all I got to say is...

GREAT LOGO!

I'm not worried about what motivates people to vote Green, just as long as they do.

Lex

angela said...

"We're not convinced that voters are supporting the Greens due to policy, but rather because they're not one of the three traditional parties"

did you bother to ask green party supporters who arent emo university dweebs about their motives?

yeah, im ageist, so what.

daveberta said...

"did you bother to ask green party supporters who arent emo university dweebs about their motives?"

Do you have something against emo university dweebs?

We weren't trying to diss the Greens, we were just making a semi-educated assumption.