Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Foreign Affairs

Hello out there in the Bloggosphere,

As the election looms closer, I have to think a bit more about my cabinet, and who would be a good fit for each position.

Foreign Affairs is an important portfolio.

I'm thinking I'll learn a lesson from Ms Gillard here.  After Mr Rudd stopped being Prime Minispurr, Ms Gillard made him Foreign Affairs Minispurr because he could speak Mandarin.

That's a great idea, having a Foreign Affairs Minispurr who can speak a foreign language.
"Tiger will be Foreign Affairs Minispurr"
- Mr Bumpy.

So I think I'm going to make Tiger the Minispurr for Foreign Affairs.

Tiger speaks a foreign language, I understand.  He is a small tiger after all.

He should be able to converse comfortably with bigger tigers.

Tigers live in African and Asian countries, and Asian countries are very important for Australian trade and tourism, and all kinds of things.  Asia is kind of next-door to Australia.

So I think, being a kind of tiger, and being able to talk to Asian tigers, would be a very good asset for a Foreign Affairs Minispurr to have.

Mum says she sees a problem with my logic here, but she's just a human, and they have all kinds of problems thinking things through.

"Being able to speak Tiger could be very valuable." - Mr Bumpy
Until next time we meet in the Bloggosphere,
I remain,

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


  1. Mr Bumpy I think having a Tiger as a Minispurr of Foreign Affairs is an excellent idea. Being bi-lingual is pawesome and useful!

  2. I think Tiger will be a good Minispurr, Mr. Bumpy :D


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