Sunday, 14 April 2013

The Rumour Mill

"Do they have cool teeshirts?" - Mr Bumpy.
Hello out there in the Bloggosphere,

I wonder if you've heard of the "rumour mill" that journalists sometimes talk about with reference to Australian politics.

Well, something fell out of the rumour mill at my feet this evening, which, if proven true, could affect the Feline Pawty's election campaign in ways we can't even begin to predict.

There's apparently a new party in Australian politics.  Not a human party - those don't interest me that much at all.  But I heard a rumour on twitter about another party of cats, called the AUP.  I'm not quite sure what that stands for, but I'm going to find out.

There's so much to find out about this new party: do they have a cool campaign poster? How many candidates do they have? Are those candidates campaigning in the same seats as Feline Pawty candidates? Do they have cool campaign teeshirts? (Cool campaign teeshirts are essential.) All the questions! The stress! The not knowing!  It's making me want a nap. Or maybe some stinky fish then a nap!  I want something!

I can see this going one of two ways - if their policies aren't compatible with the Feline Pawty's then we have a new front to fight the battle on, and the election becomes a bit of a cat fight.

If their policies are compatible with ours (and I'm not going to back down on the availability of nip policy for anyone), then maybe we can form a coalition.

After all, I've heard that some commentators are suggesting that a coalition could win this election.

If you've forgotten who all the Feline Pawty candidates are, or what our policies are, or want to refresh your memory of anything any candidates have said with regard to the election, you can find links to everything at Feline Pawty Campaign Central.

Until next time we meet in the Bloggosphere,
I remain,

Mr Bumpy,
Bloggercat,
Supreme Feline Overlord,
Feline Pawty Prime Minispurrial Candidate.

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