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I miss Harper.  He was a much steadier hand.  

A very disturbing trend in Canada now is that Justin Trudeau's behavior and lies have become 'acceptable' . . . more disturbing yet is his cabinet of brain-dead penguins have accepted his criminal beh

I kind of agree.  The only thing that appeals to me is that they’ll be a little better on deficits, taxes, immigration and energy.  But probably just a little.  Bernier would be a lot better.

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27 minutes ago, Rolfs said:

The NDP is surging at the exact time needed to do so. We can possibly see a repeat of 2011 where the party takes 100 seats.

Not going to happen, they did that with the Orange Wave in Quebec on the backs of Bloc and Liberal weakness. Quebec ain't voting NDP this time, they'd be lucky to win a seat in Quebec. The Bloc is back, and the Liberals ain't weak in Quebec either. There is zero chance of a 2011 repeat.

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13 hours ago, WestCanMan said:

Why the constant doom and gloom? Even the CBC polls show the Conservatives in first place, and it's guaranteed that they are overrating the Libs and underestimating the CPC. 

Add the NDP and Green seats to the Liberal seats. Trudeau will get in again. The Left all despise even an ever-so-slightly conservative Conservative party, and will use the excuse of climate change to back Trudeau.

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56 minutes ago, Argus said:

Add the NDP and Green seats to the Liberal seats. Trudeau will get in again. The Left all despise even an ever-so-slightly conservative Conservative party, and will use the excuse of climate change to back Trudeau.

Green and NDP votes will take away seats from the Libs but they won't necessarily win the ridings either.

I remember looking at election results from 2011 and seeing ridings in Que where more than 50% of the people voted for NDP and Lib (combined) and the CPC waltzed out with the win. I don't think that those two will combine to win a majority of ridings, but I think that their combined votes in the majority of ridings will be far more than what the CPC gets.

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