Friday, April 09, 2010

Dog Fouling Becomes An Election Issue

Danny Kushlick

At last, dog fouling has made the election campaigns. I have heard a great deal about the economy, law and order and the health service but nothing about that issue, which affects us all.

The "People's Manifesto" has changed all of that. Danny (pictured above) is standing in Bristol West. A key aspect of his manifesto is as follows: "Dog owners who do not clean up after their dogs should be forced to wear the offending turd as a moustache for the rest of the day". Here at Dog Fouling and Red Rubber Bands we think laterally but we have never hit on this brilliant idea.

We need to ensure that the voters of Bristol West get out and make a statement. Let's see them trailing dog excrement into the polling stations and then putting their cross where it counts!

Let's really let the candidates smell the mood of the people and the state of this country!

Full report here.


Computer Geek said...

Isn't this called doing a "Dirty Sanchez"? Wikipedia defines a Dirty Sanchez as; the act of smearing faeces on the upper lip of a partner during (or following) various types of anal sex.
You learn something new everyday from our politicians.

Peter Arronsen at 11 Apr 2010, 08:16:00 said...

I can see a connection there although this is specifically for political ends!

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