This week the NDP registered two domain names: TrudeauVsTrudeau.com and its French counterpart, TrudeauContreTrudeau.com. They've now published a site at those domains, but have not announced it publicly. Here's what it looks like.
The first question is "Where does Trudeau Stand on a $15 Federal Minimum Wage?" (That's a proposal from the NDP, natch.)
Possible answers are:
- In favour, Liberals voted for it in the House of Commons.
- Against, he's campaigning against it in the election.
- All of the above.
The site only accepts "All of the above" as the correct answer for this and all subsequent questions. Yes, they're trying to paint Trudeau as a flip flopper.
After you've clicked through all seven questions you are rewarded with... a request for your email address and postal code. So, basically, you have a set of questions that get predictable after the first one, and are then given the opportunity to be inundated with political emails.
We know a thing or two about quizzes here, and let's just say this ain't no "What Should Your Drunk Food Be?" or "Can You Tell If This Is A "Barenaked Ladies" Lyric Or Complete Gibberish?"
vote votesI don't want to see the words "All of the above" for a long time.
vote votesI stopped clicking after the second page.
vote votesMy takeaway is that Justin Trudeau has an identical twin brother.
vote votesAll of the above.