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Humouristic New Canadian Flag

[Fake New Canadian Flag]
by Marc Pasquin

Here is a political cartoon from the early 60's about changing the Canadian flag. I believe it's from the Toronto Star.
Wm. L. Houle , 19 october 2000

Humouristic New USA Flag

"Well, obviously, there are a lot of raw feelings on both sides of the issue, so what I would do is cut the Confederate flag and the American flag in half, and sew a new flag from half of each. I might not make much sense from a design standpoint, but I think it solves the problem of honoring both those who fell in battle defending a controversial labor practice and those who didn't. I'm glad you brought this up, by the way, because I'm a healer. I just want people to get along. I dream of a day when the redneck will sit down in peace with the gang banger and share, you know, some barbecue or something. That's my dream.'

-- Comments at Charleston, SC, Daughters of the Confederacy rally, Feb. 4, 2000

It is on a subpage from its fictious website (not online anymore) . The candidate in question is Uncle Duke, of Doonesbury fame.
Ole Andersen, 13 september 2000

Other Flags from unknown Novels

Gordon R. Dickson - Argent, a cross sable, for the Friendlies.