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As a bit of political junkie, this has been an interesting campaign to follow. I honestly thought that this race was going to be between Mulcair and Harper.
The polls are indicating one thing, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a Conservative minority. The last 3 elections have proven that there's a silent, but reliable Conservative base of voters out there. Will they come out, or stay home?
What gave you any inclination it would be Mulcair vs Harper?
NDP has never been in power before, what made you think this was their year?
October 18, 2015 (Toronto, ON) – With Election Day hours away, Mainstreet Research is publicly re-affirming its prediction of a Liberal Majority Government.
The original prediction was made on October 13th by Mainstreet Research President, Quito Maggi. Mainstreet remained in the field following the publication of its final poll on Saturday morning.
“Everything we have seen in the past week, including numbers from this weekend, points to a Liberal Majority,” said Maggi. “It’s always possible vote splits will mean the Liberals will fall just short, but based on our riding, regional and national work, a Liberal Majority government is the most likely outcome tomorrow night – in fact, we expect it.”
It'll be interesting to see if the polls are right, we've all seen it before with the Christy Clark BC Liberals trailing behind in polls only to win and in the UK with David Cameron's Conservatives trailing far behind in polls only to win as well.
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...look, as much as people want to rag on Harper, even if he wins, life in Canada is still pretty awesome. It's not like Harper dropped mustard gas on us or something.
This would remain true regardless of who wins the election. Compared to the majority of the world, we have it pretty good here. But that doesn't make any of the candidates good at all. As 4444 says, we have:
1) a 10 year reigning tyrant with a Lego guy hairdo
2) a pretty boy with no experience in anything
3) an un-charismatic old fart that is clueless about anything outside of Quebec
More than any other federal elections I can remember, this one has to suck the most.
just came back from voting, there was a dude running for a pirate party in my riding. i didn't even know i wanted a pirate MP until today. took everything i had not to vote for him. getting harper out is for the greater good
Originally Posted by Fei-Ji
haha i can taste the cum in my mouth
Originally Posted by orgasm_donor
organge7 has spoken, and we have done the opposite. yay!
^seriously though why do physical looks have to be a factor for each candidate for you?
maybe you're just trying to be funny but can we at least be specific with the issues?
OK, lemme rephrase this in terms that are more agreeable to you. In this election, we have the following candidates to choose from:
1) a 10 year reigning tyrant that has destroyed many of the fabrics that define Canada (eg. immigration, integrity, disgraced our parliament, voter suppression, respect for our natural resources and environment, anti-competition, etc.)
2) an inexperienced politician that has not been able to hold a steady career prior to joining politics, and only managed small time portfolios when he became active in politics
3) a leader that lacks observable leadership skills, cannot provide a convincing financial platform, and has repeatedly shown his ignorance on things outside Quebec
The candidates we have now almost make Stéphane Dion look more electable.