I swore I wouldn’t do it, but the peer pressure has gotten to me.
Predictions after the jump:
Jim Prentice: Minister of Quiet Competence
Lawrence Cannon: Minister of Quiet Competence (Quebec)
Monte Solberg: Minister of Hail Fellow Well Met Bonhomie
Chuck Strahl: Minister of Affable Non-Scary Western Separatism
Jim Flaherty: Minister for Keeping Ontario In Its Place
Tony Clement: Minister for Making Sure The 905 Region Knows It’s Not Them, It’s Toronto. It’s Always Toronto.
David Emerson: Minister of Keeping Track of Cabinet Documents
Jason Kenney: Minister of Righteous Outrage (Parliamentary Secretary: David Tilson)
Deepak Obhrai: Minister of Owlish Proclamations on Non-Huggable Canadians Detained Abroad
Josee Verner: Minister of Looking Fabulous and Supporting Same Sex Marriage Without Facing Retribution
Peter MacKay: Minister of Rugged Yet Bland Handsomeness with responsibility for Rugby
Diane Finley: Minister of Seriously, She’s Still Here? How About — Immigrat — What Do You Mean ‘She’s Already There’? Really? Huh.
John Baird: Minister of Transport Provided It Is Restricted To Areas Served By Porter Air With Decent Local Bistros
Peter Van Loan: Minister of State for Transport (Everywhere Else)
Loyola Hearn: Minister of State for Defence (Danny Williams)
Pierre Poilievre: Minister of State (Chess Club Outreach)
Helena Guergis: Minister of State (Fitness and … Yeah, Just Fitness.)
Diane Ablonczy: Minister of We Couldn’t Keep Her Out of Cabinet Forever
James Moore: Parliamentary Secretary for Him, On The Other Hand…