Who are you voting for on October 19th?
Who are you voting for on October 19th?
My cat. My cat, Fabio for PM.
Quebec is an NDP stronghold and expect a lot of votes coming from here.
Just to please my curiosity, if you are voting NDP why? Personally I think they are the worst of the 3 due to tax and spend and more tax but I would like to know what good qualities they have. They have never run a province correctly ( always voted out after a term or 2 due to over taxation and loss of business ) and Muclair can not even balance his personal finances ( remortgaged his house 11 times ).
Again, just my opinion.
I enjoy a glass of wine each day for it's health benifits. The other glasses are for my witty comebacks and flawless dance moves.
I'll be using one of the greatest voting strategies in the history of modern-day politics:
They're basically all the same: corrupt, greedy and owned by lobbyists and special interest groups. Not as bad as American politicians, but they're getting there. My coin will be flipped in favor of the three major political parties. I could stay home and not vote, but then it'll be wrong for me to complain afterwards since i didn't even vote. Voting for the Green Party or other tiny parties won't work either. It would be a wasted vote. I can't vote for the BQ since i don't reside in Quebec. But even if i would, i would never vote for them since they're the worse thing for the province's good. It's a totally useless party.
So may the lesser corrupt, lesser greedy and the party with still an ounce of a soul remaining win.
There is an option missing... Cancel my vote....
There is no way that I will pay for that comedy.... I hate to be screwed... and I will certainly not pay to be screwed... Enough with this comedy... Federal, Provincial and municipal...
eh ben, il y a près de 10% des membres qui vont appuyer un type qui les traitent de malades sexuels criminels. Il y a vraiment des membres qui manquent d'estime de leur personne.
Je tiens à préciser que dans ce dossier, les libéraux n'ont absolument rien dit et que le NPD s'est courageusement positionné pour la decriminalisation de la pratique.
Le bloc... Kossé ça ?
Svppp votez n'importe qui au pire ...mais pas Harper ..common la ..Assez de nous faire cross**
Donner une deuxième chance a quelqu'un qui ta trahi c'est comme donner une deuxième balle a quelqu'un qui ta manqué!!!
Justin Trudeau gets my vote and then Mulclair, anybody but Harper, hec, I'd vote for a monkey before I'd vote for Harper and the conservatives, regardless Harper and that stupid Mr Bean Hair do is on his way out, thank god and good riddance!!!.
President of the Maria Star Fan Club.
Mes amis de Merb, j'ose croire que vous ne voterez pas contre la culture. Les artistes ne sont pas des pelleteux de nuage. La culture rapporte beaucoup à l'économie du pays, mes tendres amis :-)
That new prostitution bill? It’s still worse than the old law
The Globe and Mail
Published Tuesday, Jul. 15, 2014 7:30PM EDT
...But for all of its flaws, the Conservatives’ Bill C-36 at least attempts to fill the legal void left by the Supreme Court’s ruling. That is more than we can say for the Liberals’ or the NDP’s efforts. Both parties have been quick to criticize what’s on the table, and with good reason. But they have failed to offer a comprehensive counterproposal. The New Democrats have pushed a number of amendments to C-36; the Liberals have proposed none. Neither of the two main opposition parties has put forward an alternative bill, or much of an alternative philosophy.
Canadians should expect more from the opposition. Both the NDP and the Liberals claim to be a government-in-waiting. The former is the Official Opposition; the latter lead in many national polls. Both parties have had months to formulate alternatives to the government’s approach, though it’s hardly difficult to deduce why they haven’t: Prostitution is a lightning-rod issue. Polls show most Canadians support the government’s approach, even if it is likely to be unconstitutional.
But there are alternatives to what the Conservatives have proposed. In the Netherlands, prostitution is legal and regulated. In New Zealand, prostitution is legal, but the coercion of sex workers is a crime. Both models aim to reduce harm and deserve debate. Unfortunately, we’re having a debate that has so far been more noise than substance, and more politics than policy. And it’s not just the government that’s to blame.
Strasser: I advise that this place be shut up at once.
Renault: But everybody's having such a good time.
Strasser: Yes, much too good a time. The place is to be closed.
Renault: But I have no excuse to close it.
Strasser: Find one.
I will vote for all of them... they are all crooks!!!!!
as much as i really do not want to vote conservative ... i feel as now i have no choice, so conservative it is now for me.
NDP just because it has DP in their acronym