Posted: Jan 12, 2016 8:27 pm
by Shrunk
Woe Canada:

David Bowie got predictable Twitter tributes from the federal party leaders. When it came to eulogizing Bowie, the reactions didn't go very deep: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau noted the song "Under Pressure" (which he probably first heard when it appeared on Queen's Greatest Hits album around the time he turned 10) while NDP leader Thomas Mulcair's account alluded to the omnipresent "Space Oddity." Meanwhile, interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose might've revealed a little too much about her musical taste. At first, she referenced the atrocious Live Aid duet with Mick Jagger—then, perhaps in response to snickering, she added "Let's Dance" 15 minutes later. Stephen Harper's opinion would've been way better, if only on this one topic.

I actually think Harper would have had the best response. Which is really, really scary.