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I'm an evangelical Christian, member of the CPC, but presently & unjustly exiled to wander the political wilderness.
All opinions expressed here are solely my own.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Looking at the polls... it's time

That's it. It's time to pull the plug. I've just been looking at the polls, reposted on Garth's blog. No more waiting, spinning, etc. The Liberals are tanking... and the ruling party typically goes down during an election.

An effective campaign of co-operation between the three opposition parties could, in theory, effectively crush the Liberal Party of Canada for a decade... if we keep on showing Canada that we can play together in the sandbox better than the Liberals can with us. Show Canada that with strong and effective Right and Left parties, with the Bloc representing Quebec, we can keep this nation together and strenghten it. Relegate the "centre" party to the slim middle, where it belongs.

That's my foundation for rebuilding this True North Strong and Free country of ours.

OH CANADA!

3 Comments:

  • At Tue Nov 15, 09:19:00 PM EST, Blogger Dauphin said…

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  • At Tue Nov 15, 09:20:00 PM EST, Blogger Dauphin said…

    The Liberals will win somehow... they're very good at that.

    I'll refer you to the wisdom of a psychic: "The amazing Kreskin"

    "If there is a call for a vote within the next 14 months, I believe Martin will lose his position and the Conservatives will take over. However if there's a vote anytime after the next 14 months, Martin's people are back in again. I'm absolutely certain of that."

    His prediction for 2004 was:

    Liberals - 135
    Conservatives - 97

    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/mini/CTVNews/1088538623013_83947823?s_name=election2004&no_ads=

     
  • At Wed Nov 16, 12:02:00 AM EST, Blogger jettskid said…

    If all three Opposition leaders are
    united, they will crush the liberals. My prediction for this early 2006 election forced by the Opposition, There will be a new represenetive in the House of Commons. The Green Party will make ground. I think they'll have a least 10 seats in Parliament. I think the Conservatives will pull it out. They will form the next Gov't. I hope.

     

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