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post #21 of 72 (permalink) Old 10-19-2015, 06:52 PM
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Yeah, that’s a big swing, lol. I like Andrew Coyne. I feel like he’s gradually become aware since 2008 (and especially since 2011) and it’s been an interesting process to watch.
I think it's more that he's truly a small c fiscal conservative, so the current Conservative party does not represent his ideals in any way, and he doesn't want to support the Liberals either. It's probably more of a thought that NDP is the only way his vote can do any good against the Harper Cons without him hating himself tomorrow moring.
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Liberals ahead by almost 600 votes in that riding. It's really looking like a sweep. Crazy.
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Sad to see so many ridings swing away from the NDP. Click here to enlarge Maybe people don’t understand the vote-splitting thing? If a riding is already held by a progressive candidate, you don’t need to send any messages. Click here to enlarge

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I have no idea what to make of these results. I really wonder if Mulcair's attempt to move the NDP more to the centre is hurting them a bit. This whole campaign was like a bizarre world where the Liberals were further to the left than the NDP.



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I didn’t get that impression at all. I mean, I got the impression that Mulcair is a touch more towards centre than Uncle Jack was, but I definitely haven’t felt like the Liberals were further left than the NDP.

In other news, the Globe and Mail just called and tried to sell me a subscription. I politely informed the guy that I would probably never in my life pay for a paper that endorses the Conservatives. Click here to enlarge

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Is the “reset password” feature working again @Cricket VS? There are bitches we need here that can’t remember their passwords!
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Click here to enlarge Ontario and Quebec. Here we go.



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And Manitoba! Polls just closed here.

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I was thinking that Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta were later?



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Nope, Manitoba and I think part or maybe all of Saskatchewan closed at 8:30 CT/9:30ET.

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Holy mother of God, they’re already calling it for Trudeau. Click here to enlarge

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I’m glad to see the back of Harper, but I’m a little saddened to see that Canadians still aren’t brave enough to try something other than the same old Liberal or Conservative politics.
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I'm so happy that Harper is gone. So so so happy. I feel bad about the NDP thing, too. But if this is what it was going to take to get rid of Harper, then I'm good.
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I agree, Liza. I'd much rather have a Liberal government/NDP opposition or NDP government/Liberal opposition than have the Conservatives in either government or opposition.

I'm pretty sure that Harper said he'd resign if the Conservatives lost power, right? RIGHT?
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I’m not sure that a Liberal majority will be significantly better for Canada. Better yes, but significantly so - I’m not convinced. Majority governments aren’t great for Canada, regardless of who holds them.
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I was thinking that Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta were later?
All the same time I think. I have no idea why Atlantic Canada shut down so much earlier than the rest of us.
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