AMERICA, BUT BETTER: The Canada Party Manifesto
Packed full of provocative thought pieces and delicious post-apocalyptic recipes.
AMERICA, BUT BETTER:
the Canada Party Manifesto
Buy the book and help an orphan (orphan not included).
"The authors use humor to map the glaringly wide — and ever expanding — divide between American Democrats and Republicans, and when the duo strike a soft spot, such as America's overestimation of its cultural and global importance, their bite is on par with that of the Daily Show, Stephen Colbert, and Bill Maher."
- Publishers Weekly
"America, But Better is a beguiling little bagatelle in a dispiriting
political year, and Chris Cannon and Brian Calvert are to be thanked
for adding maybe the only dash of humour to the entire
proceedings...their manifesto possesses the key to reforming our
- David M. Shribman,
the Globe and Mail
"A hilarious book, with truth scattered throughout. Well worth a read
if you enjoy humour like Stephen Colbert or Jon Stewart."
ABOUT THE BOOK
As the American election increasingly resembles a production of CATS performed by actual cats, U.S. citizens are looking for a new leader. That leader is Canada, and they want your vote for President of the United States.
Since launching their video campaign, the Canada Party has gone viral, with more than 70 million video views and coverage ranging from CNN and the BBC to the Huffington Post and German State Television for some reason. Their book, America, but Better: the Canada Party Manifesto, balances the doctrine of American exceptionalism with a dose of Canadian humility and common sense in an effort to secure Canada as the new leader of the free world, by proxy.
Devoted to restoring America to its former glory, the Canada Party will soon have the whole world chanting, "Yes We Canada."