Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Eyes on the Prize, Boys

I have less than zero pull with the CPC, but if I did, I'd tell them to stop talking about....

1) A majority. STFU. Harper today:
"I'm not sure there's such a thing as a true Conservative majority. The reality is we will have, for some time to come, a Liberal Senate, a Liberal civil service -- at least the senior levels have been appointed by the Liberals -- and the courts that have been appointed by the Liberals."

Hey, uh, you don't need a history book to recall what happened in the election 18 months ago.

2) Buzz Hargrove. What riding is Buzz running in? Nowhereville-Windsor? More from Harper here:
"Mr. Hargrove, who is one of Mr. Martin's key campaign supporters, is now urging people to vote for the Bloc and I wonder what Mr. Martin thinks of that?"
Perfect. Here's a better question

What important new policy has the CPC announced this week?

...........?

The whole election is revolving around speculation about the post-election period. Voters still want to hear about ideas and policy, not about the process of the election or the post-election period.

Get focused and get back on track.

5 comments:

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CuriosityKilledTheCat said...

WHAT A ROLLER COASTER! TIME FOR A PACT?

Now, check the latest democraticspace seat projections below: note that by this time tomorrow – if current trends continue – the Liberals and NDP will win more seats than the Tories.

So? Time for some discussions in smoke-filled rooms between some Layton and Martin operatives – how about a two year Pact, with the two parties meeting every 6 months to set the agenda for the next 6 months ..... and an election in say 3 years time?

Come on, Paul; come on Jack – save Canada from rightwing neocon imported politics!




Jan 18, 2006 Election Update: Liberals Pick Up in Ontario
Wednesday January 18th 2006, 11:55 pm
Filed under: Canadian Politics, Election Forecast
Latest seat projections (Jan 18) show a continued slight upward movement for the Liberals in Ontario, shifting several close seats back to the Liberals. We’ll have to keep an eye on the polls right up until the last moment to see whether this movement represents a trend or a statistical blip. These results still have a Conservative minority with either the Bloc or NDP potentially supporting them.
Note:
CPC+BQ=185
CPC+NDP=155
LPC+BQ=152
LPC+NDP=122
2006 PROJECTED RESULTS - 18 Jan







LPC CPC NDP GRN BQ IND
TOTAL SEATS 93 126 29 0 59 1
% OF SEATS 30% 41% 10% 0% 19% 0%
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Shamrocks! said...

First off:

I'm not going to vote Liberal or NDP.

Ever.

If I'm critical of the CPC, it's only because I want to see them do better, not worse.

I'm a Conservative. I don't agree with some of the policies, but overall I'm a fan of democratic reform, low taxes and accountable government.

F*** the Libranos.

Wild said...
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Wild said...

Nicely said Shamrock.

Eyes on the prize.

Straying off message at this point gives the Liberals breathing room to claw back some support through lies and bribery.

Nice blog..I must link to you.

http://bleedingbrain.blogspot.com

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