Dec 8, 2013 at 17:44:15
Canada British Columbia
“One of these shows per year isn't much pollution in a year, really. I'm an environmentalist, but I'm also a gearhead...sounds like a total contradiction but I support expanding public transit as much as we can while providing funding to automakers for new technologies to improve fuel efficiency, or better...to not use gasoline at all.”
“Don't worry, Democrats will happily support Tancredo for a primary election too. In fact many of us wish we could vote for him in the primary, it makes our jobs so much easier as foot in mouth disease kills his chances.”
Nov 30, 2013 at 02:56:14
“I'm not a huge fan of the Liberals (I do make positive comments about him at times even though I think he's kinda of an airhead like the rest of you guys), but you would rather have Harper? Really?!!”
stciappelletto on Nov 30, 2013 at 05:10:02
“Ten times out of ten. Harper is a human being that I disagree with and he's a competent administrator.
The other guy is glib, superficial and lacks empathy. Those are warning signs. If you've seen enough of people like him you know what he is and there is plenty of literature on it. He is also of a personality type that should not be administering anything.”
Nov 30, 2013 at 02:52:39
“Oh, yay. Let's fight each other to the death again so Harper gets another less-than-30% majority. Awesome.”
Paul Gauthier on Nov 30, 2013 at 08:47:33
Therefore I propose that the Liberals finally stop the charade and merge with the Conservatives.”
LeSynthome on Nov 30, 2013 at 08:17:47
“The NDP is 70 seats away from a majority in 2015 and the LPC is 136 seats away. If I'm looking to consolidate to beat Harper, the NDP is the strategic choice.
Assuming the LPC keeps all of its current seats, it is virtually impossible for the LPC to gain an extra 136 seats in 2015. Given a Conservative base of probably 30% and an NDP base of at least 20%, there is just no way.
Even if Trudeau won 100% of the ridings in BC, SK, MB, the Maritimes, the three territories, and as well tripled his tally in QC, and quadrupled his tally in ON, the LPC would still be well short of forming a majority.
All Trudeau's popularity will do is saddle Canadians with 4 more years of Harper.”
bodac on Nov 30, 2013 at 04:23:25
“An all too real prospect unless the opposition and those of us who vote get our collective act together and see the danger in tearing one another down and splitting the vote - again. Any sensible combination of Mulcair, Trudeau and May would be far superior to what we have now, and I seriously think it may take a good working coalition of these people and their parties to bring down the Harpercons. Or, short of that, let's at least have some common-sense co-operation and a common goal in place of the present Liberal/NDP sniping and animosity.”