Tories of Tomorrow. “Shurely Schurm Mishtake?!”

Ontario PC president-avec-paycheque Rick Dykstra, (right) and Tory Skull Lord Patrick Brown (further right), serve up their latest unappetizing offering and next-generation Little Schit™, PC Youth Association prez Kinsey Schurm.


  1. He looks so….so….well, backward. Like someone who had been cryogenically frozen sometime during the neolithic Diefenbaker Period then brought back to life in a world he never knew. He also bears a striking resemblance to the Northumberland-Peterborough South Conservative aspirant Adam Moulton, scion of Cobourg Canadian Tire poobah and uber-Conservative Ralph Moulton and graduate of Trinity Western University -ground zero (Attn. Cliche-o-Matic!!!) of the legal tempest over whether law societies across Canada should accept TWU law grads, the grads that signed a ‘covenant’ promising to never nookie outside marriage and to Go Straight To Hell if so much as a homosexual thought crossed their calcified minds. Yep….that party’s got a bright future alright. About as bright as the dim bulbs they’re trotting out now.

  2. I thought we’d never see Tim Hudak’s like again…plainly, I was wrong.

  3. Why am I suddenly imagining Bobby Hull shaking hands with a young Tony Soprano? Very strange…

  4. That’s it…..he looks like 60s comic Jonathan Winters -the exceedingly dumb mechanic in It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.

  5. Miles Davis only wished he could be as cool as Kinsey Schurm. When Patrick Brown’s youthful ward enters a room he sucks the air out of it. And, judging by the photo, he holds it in longer than a Phillipino sponge diver.

  6. The slogan in the background seems to describe Kinsey well. He’s eaten everything in the room, & now he’s holding his breath.

  7. OMG! I know one shouldn’t judge on the basis of appearance but ……. merklin muffley is dead on!

  8. “Under authoritarian regimes, satirists are persecuted: Hitler executed them, and Stalin sent them to the gulags…the line between good taste and bad is invisible, even responsible journalists sometimes cross it. But no one ever accused Frank of worrying about taste.”

    ~ John Macfarlame
    April 2014
    I Am The Walrus

    “Satire works best when it hews close to the line between the outlandish and the possible – and as that line continues to grow thinner, the satirist’s task becomes ever more difficult.” ~ Graydon Carter

    “If you can’t love me at my worst, you don’t deserve me at my best!” ~ Kinsey Schurm

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