Now the people out in British Columbia have a reason to get interested in politics.
B.C.’s provincial election is all about the beer this time around and we have to say it is a brilliant idea.
Mike Jahnke, who apparently represents independent liquor stores, has placed full-page ads in two Vancouver daily newspapers to decry the increase in beer prices if the New Democrats win the election Tuesday.
“Vote May 12 for fair beer prices,” reads the ad, which includes a photo of “NDP Beer” at $15 for a six-pack, compared to $12 for “Our Beer.”
Independent liquor stores have criticized the NDP’s plans for a $155-million liquor surcharge over three years if the party wins the election.
Will it work? Who knows but it is certainly thinking outside the box of beer.
Next thing you know they are going to start offering to legalize pot and topless beaches and B.C. will become the coolest place ever.
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