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New Democratic Party of Canada
New USSR
Political Ideology: National Social Democracy
Leader: Jack Layton's ghost
Founders: Tommy "Clement" Douglas
Founded: Around 1961.
Number of Seats in House: 103
Number of Seats in Senate: 0 (5 ft. 8 is the height required)
“Go ahead, throw away your vote”
~ Paul Martin on the NDP
“Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Old people, and 18-year-old 'Marxists': lend me your vote!”
~ Jack Layton on Canadian voters during the 2006 election
“Try my product!”

“Canadian elections”
~ Oscar Wilde

Jacklayton

Jack Layton, leader of the NDP. He wants you to try his product.

The New Democratic Party (AKA. New Dope Party or NDP) is a far left pinko commie political party in Canada. It was formed in 1966 by Tommy Lee Douglas. The current leader of the party is Jack Layton, an IT professor who sells software that teaches people how to use Windows 95 and Microsoft Bob. They are one of the four main political parties in Canada, the other parties are the liberal part of canara Party, the Regressive Conservatives, and the radical militant Quebec Liberation Front. The New Democrats currently hold 102 out of the 308 seats in the House of Assholes, making them the official opposition.However they cannot do much because of the fact that Adolf Harper and the Conservatives hold more than half the seats making them an unstoppable beast that cannot be beaten unit ll the next election.

edit Political Beliefs

The NDP is a radical left wing party and has the following political beliefs:

  • A soft approach on crime, which involves coddling and bribing criminals
  • Legalization of Cannabis specifically marijuana and as well as all other drugs
  • Mandatory abortions
  • Banning opposite sex marriage
  • Banning Christianity
  • Doing rational things Americans don't like.
  • Weooooooooo Marijuana!
  • Raising Taxes
  • Ban private corporations, everything will become government-owned, starting with Tim Hortons
  • Surrendering to Terrorists
  • Turning the armed forces into social workers and peace makers
  • Ban peanuts nationwide, and feature annoying-as-heck PSAs on television with vending machines crashing into walls when being near peanuts
  • A mandatory nationalized day care system in which all children are indoctrinated with Marxist propaganda
  • Making men subservient to women
  • Making white, Christian, straight men into social pariahs (except for the leader of course)
  • Making littering a more serious crime than murder
  • Use of pay-per-use health care will be deemed illegal and be punishable with death
  • Raising the monthly allowances for welfare recipient to be more per month than the average NHL hockey player in a season
  • Not letting them tell you it can't be done

edit News: NDP Contributes To Downfall Of Society

CCF

Tommy Douglas in 1930 preparing to use military force to rid Canada of the fat Liberal/Conservative cats in Ottawa by using a similar style coup as the Bolsheviks did in Russia. Today, Layton would be too much of a H.I.P.P.Y. to attempt quite a feat

Fueled by much speculation, Konami, in cooperation with Hideo Kojima and Jack Layton, released a Collector's Editon of MGS3. The game however was so massive, it created a rift in time and re-wrote a few decades of history. You see, their plan was to recreate history so an imaginary event know as "The Cold War" became reality, hence making MGS3 more realistic. Unfortunately, the plan backfired, and incomplete mutated humans were created (and later codenamed H.I.P.P.Y.). These creatures roam the planet with no clear goal in sight, and seem to worship what was once a dandelion (later mutated by the same event) and takes on a peculiar shape. (The plant was codenamed N.D.P., but later renamed by the Mexicans).

edit Famous New Democrats

edit See also


Canadian Politics
Green Party of Canada | Liberal Party of Canada | New Democratic Party | Communist Party of Canada | Prime Minister of Canada | Canadian Elections | Canadian Constitutional Law | Canada–United States relations
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