This week, Quebec's provincial election campaign began in earnest with separatist Parti Québéois Premier Pauline Marois dredging up tired old fantasy promises about independence and dishing out some new ones.
For instance, she says Quebec would: continue to use the Canadian dollar (as we all know, a true sign of a country's freedom), still have a say in Canadian monetary policy, somehow balance the budget without the $9.3 billion the province gets annually in equalization payments from taxpayers in the rest of Canada, and welcome Canadian tourists who will be just dying to visit an English-less, hijab-less République québécoise after separation.
Let's all help future non-President Marois. Seeing as how Quebec independence will never actually happen, what other policies and promises can she make up this election cycle for a country that will never exist?
Leave your pretend PQ policy suggestions in the comments box below -- please keep them ludicrous and funny. Bigoted, violent or threatening comments will be deleted.