But more because of corporate lobbyists/wealthy elite who fund bogus news articles and studies to suggestively slander anything that isn't pro-corporation and anti anything beneficial to regular people.
People vote with those lies in mind.
I just want a government that actually governs for the people... regardless of ideology.
Yes and no, I know a lot of people that always vote Conservative, that always vote Liberal, or always vote NDP (with a couple who have gotten into the habit of voting Green because they don't want anyone else to get their vote). It doesn't matter what the media runs, these people are stuck in stone (like the lifetime Republicans vs Democrats but no were near as severe).
I'd say the biggest risk to Canadian elections (and government) is becoming more like the American system with two camps just cursing and spitting on each other day in and day out.
It might be just me, but I've recently seen a small but growing movement that is becoming more radical in their approach to politics. Examples include calling Stephen Harper a fascist/Nazi, referring to Canada as a totalitarian regime, etc. I just hope it doesn't spread as I don't want to see ridiculous election campaigns as in the USA.
Well if its good soil, and youre giving it the right ammount of nutrients and still having that problem, you need to aerate. Rent a power aerator at your local equipment rentals outfit and go over your whole lawn a bunch of times. It punchs zillions of tiny holes in the soil and loosens it up so that roots can penetrate and get oxygen.
Are these bare patches hard? I bet they are...
Come to think of it, the soil is pretty hard (even water doesn't sink in quickly). Thanks for the advice