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    1. @Mike Foehr the Cons got 32% of the vote and the liberals and NDP make up 52% of the vote in their coalition government

    2. @Mike Foehr We have a parlimentary system so any sort of the current voting reform options have to be based on that. Have you ever tried looking at what happens if we move to those, have you ever wondered why the CPC never bring up voter reform? Do a bit of research before you talk maybe you’ll learn something, if you think this is bad, the other options will have a higher NDP count with a marginal increase in the people’s party from 0 – 3, with drops from the top 2 parties especially the CPC.

    3. What Conservatives fail to accept is the existence of the ” Anyone But the Conservative Party Party”
      Canadians hold their nose and make it happen.

    4. @Islay Lamb hard to change the low intellects of the seat rich GTA..they vote lieberal no matter the number of scandals perpetrated by the corrupt, ethically challenged blackface.

    5. @EH PA fools like you prefer the ethically challenged blackface? Obstruction of justice, conflict of interest, not following rule of law etc are terms that don’t resonate?

  1. Bob Fife, of the Globe and Mail, says Conservatives should elect Jean Charest? Perfect, now I know who exactly to not for.

  2. The irony, is that Erin O’ Toole was a great representation of what Canadian’s want for the CPC. He was a centrist, but his ministers gutted him for it.

    1. O’tool wanted to sell the medical system to private business, and fill his pockets with donor money.

    2. @Kayed Al-Haddad Hard to say. I think the populist choice would be Pierre Poilievre, but the old guard wants Jean Charest. Question is, would Jean Charest be interested, now that he will have to wait 3 years to run in 2025?

    3. He was awful. Another no principled politician saying anything to get ahead. The CPC were smart to punt that loser.

  3. The irony, is that Erin O’ Toole was a great representation of what Canadian’s want for the CPC. He was a centrist, but his ministers gutted him for it.

  4. Funny how they try and pin Poilievre as the social conservative candidate when in fact he is not . There is only one social conservative running and no one is hard right .

  5. Funny how they try and pin Poilievre as the social conservative candidate when in fact he is not . There is only one social conservative running and no one is hard right .

  6. Funny how they try and pin Poilievre as the social conservative candidate when in fact he is not . There is only one social conservative running and no one is hard right .

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