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Canada Elections

Discussion in 'News' started by Dr. Dazzle, Jan 11, 2006.

  1. Dr. Dazzle

    Dr. Dazzle 12oz Veteran Member

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    Canada Elections

    Discussion started by Dr. Dazzle - Jan 11, 2006

    So this needless election is in 2 weeks. Who's everybody voting for? If you say Conservative I'll petition Raven to ban you.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jan 11, 2006

    I personally find myself in somewhat of a dilemma. I'm a staunch NDP supporter, but I always feel that, in a sense, voting for them is a wasted vote (not true, of course, since the NDP are gaining more and more support every election). Now do I vote for my principles with NDP, or do I vote for the Liberals just to ensure that they don't lose to the Conservatives?

    Sure, people are pissed off with the Liberals, but I don't think people realize how different this country will be with Canada's answer to the Republicans in charge...

    Of course, these are my thoughts, and I hardly claim to be some kind of expert on the matter.

    Discuss.
     
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    gasfacevictm - Replied Jan 11, 2006

    michael j. fox and dudley dooright!
     
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    RumPuncher - Replied Jan 12, 2006

    wow..... canada on 12oz does as well as the Bloc in Edmonton.

    I'm going to be out of the country on election day.
    I might do the work to register early, but I'm not sure.

    I know the NDP is going to win in my riding, so I'm not too worried.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied Jan 13, 2006

    I have a *few reasons to vote Conservative, but I doubt that I will. I've been a lifelong Liberal, as my family has been (save for my Conservative voting brother - although I think even he is voting Liberal this year).

    The debates are a joke. The Harper can't do shit but make up lies that Martin just squashes like it's nothing.

    I wish that one day the NDP could maybe convince me to give them my support, but fat chance, the way things are going.

    But Dazzle - vote NDP.


    *edited to replace 'bunch of' with 'few'.
     
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    religion - Replied Jan 13, 2006

    If I vote this year, (which I probably will not)... Marijuana Partay as usual.
     
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    Ski Mask - Replied Jan 13, 2006

    NDP. The liberals are losing points with this scare campaign they have going now. changing tone late in the campaign like that just stinks of desparation. its gonna scare away some of the fence sitters. I'm dreading the possibility of a conservative minority government, but i still cant vote Liberal.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jan 13, 2006

    Chyeaaaaaah duuuuuuuuuuuuude!

    Vote NDP, they'd legalize it anyway.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jan 13, 2006

    I think Paul Martin fucked up big time saying he'd ban hand guns. I mean, you just lost like a guaranteed few thousand votes right there. It's not the registered owners who are the problem, it's the illegal users, and this legislation is just going to increase the illegal trade of guns. Dumbest move he's made so far, easily.
     
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