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  • Brian
    April 26, 2011 - 10:22

    Vote for Jack, we have had years of the old parties and their cronnies, by the way remember when the PC's and reform parties merged. One of our PC MP's Mr. Hearn fully supported such a merger and what great things it would bring. Look at the last job he was appointed to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anon
    April 25, 2011 - 22:35

    "The federal election was triggered by an historic non-confidence vote in the House of Commons on March 25 after the Conservatives were found in contempt of Parliament." -This needs to be added to the script of the conservative calling centers that keep asking me to vote for Harper. Because they keep telling me some gibberish about coalitions and a budget vote that to my knowledge hadn't yet taken place.

  • Steve
    April 25, 2011 - 16:49

    Anyone who votes for the Cons and Harpo is a fool, end of story.

  • mom
    April 25, 2011 - 15:49

    I have to agree with mainlander. I used to vote PC, but I will never vote for the current conservative party because of the huge differences in policy between them and the former PC party. Even though the PC party was conservative it was not at the detriment of the poor and middle class of society. It was a progressive party that looked to the future of our nation. It was not consumed by what it could do for big business.

  • mainlander
    April 25, 2011 - 08:52

    Who can former supporters of the federal Progressive Conservative Party vote for? Our party no longer exists and it has been replaced by a very regressive right wing party. A lot of people do not realize this is not the same party we used to vote for. The people who tend to support this new party are the ones who will be hurt most by their anti-women, anti-immigrant, pro-big business policies. Just wait until they get their majority and the Great Leader starts making cuts. Maybe then people will see him for what he is - but we'll be stuck with 5 years of him. Read all the platforms before you vote - don't just instinctively mark your X for one party because you like the leader or dislike another leader. The 3 parties are all VERY different - know what you are voting for before you vote.