Dog vs Bubble: Access to Medicine metaphor? (yes, it’s a stretch…)

For instance: Let’s make the bubbles the Access to Medicines Regimes (i.e. Bill C-393), and the dog can be the Conservative Senators; and the baby gets to be Big Pharma.

O.K. O.K. I know it’s not the best metaphor, since this presumes that Big Pharma isn’t necessarily the bad guy – it just thinks killing policy that could save lives is inherently funny (in a I’m an innocent kid sort of way).

Anyway, can you think of a better metaphor in the comments section?

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2 responses to “Dog vs Bubble: Access to Medicine metaphor? (yes, it’s a stretch…)

  1. If the baby was wearing a sweater vest, I would totally make it representing Stephen Harper.

  2. Concernedandcanadian

    The bubbles clearly represent the delicate nature of democracy. The dog is the “Harper Government.” The baby, of course, is Mr. Harper himself, because he is not above wearing overalls to influence your impression.

    The next question, of course, is on the morality of the baby…

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