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 on: Today at 05:33:53 am 
Started by Representative 1184AZ - Last post by Adam T
The most amazing thing of all is that the Conservatives could have continued to make a big fuss over the PMO expense claims for the next few weeks and ended Trudeau's honeymoon. Instead, it barely made one news cycle before they chose to race-bait. Well, not really race-bait, but it seems awfully much like it.

"Anti-Canadian Values screening!" "She was born in Iran not Afghanistan!" If this sets the tone for the leadership race, then the CPC's survival as a national force is in doubt. After electoral reform is introduced (assuming it's a form of PR), and after their second thrashing in 2019, what holds it together?

The only reason why I wouldn't be breaking out the popcorn, is that one of these splinter parties is likely to be a European-style far-right party. And so far, Canada is one of very few western countries without such parties.

They? I'm pretty sure it's Leitch only, to the annoyance of Rona Ambrose and most leadership candidates.

Tony Clement said that 'if' there was to be an investigation of Minister Monsef's background, that she should step down from the cabinet for the duration of the investigation.

 32 
 on: Today at 05:32:35 am 
Started by cinyc - Last post by Chief Justice windjammer
Well,
Is it that so surprising?
Most of the polls have shown either a tie race a narrow Clinton lead, it's not an outlier.

 33 
 on: Today at 05:32:04 am 
Started by Dwarven Dragon - Last post by lok1999
A post-mortem more than a month before the election has even happened, let alone the first debate?

 34 
 on: Today at 05:26:33 am 
Started by ElectionsGuy - Last post by President Johnson
Safe Republican.

Trump: 56%
Clinton: 40%

 35 
 on: Today at 05:23:10 am 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by Phony Moderate
Let's take a look...

UK Labour - Divided as eff. Possibly heading for a general election result (be it under Corbyn or someone else) that is going to make 1931 look like...1931 from the Tories' POV...if you listen to the media anyhow. In a better state than Scottish Labour though!!!

Irish Labour - Misnamed party who have (even by their standards) comedic poll ratings. Currently in a close battle for fourth place with Trotsys.

SPD of Germany - Laughably uninspiring party, stuck at around 20% in the polls. No sign of forming a government led by itself this millennium.

French PS - Have the presidency and the president is about to come (at the very very best) a poor third to a crook and a fascist.

PASOK of Greece - Have been ousted by the hard left as the main alternative to the right. Only people who vote for them still are only doing it out of habit and/or ignorance of recent events.

New Zealand Labour - It's been quite literally a decade since a single opinion poll showed them in the lead. Have gone through various nonentity leaders. Lucky that FPTP is no more.

Canadian NDP - Probably in a better state than most on this list due to the realistic possibility (this IS Canada after all) that they could win the next federal election with 68% of the vote and all but two seats. Still, pretty sucky that, after decades of effort, their time in OO was so brief.


And there's various other examples of course, but I cannot be bothered.


 36 
 on: Today at 05:21:56 am 
Started by Frodo - Last post by politicallefty
This guy could be a future serial killer.

Highly disturbing that anyone would do this to an animal.

I agree. Even if your first point was irrelevant, I think the penalties for crimes like this should be far more severe than they are. I don't see how a crime like this could possibly be committed by someone that is not psychotic or otherwise mentally disturbed. I tend to avoid topic and news stories like these because they get under my skin in a way it is hard to describe. Part of me believes that their wanton cruelty and disrespect for life should result in execution, but I do not believe in the death penalty. If I did support capital punishment, I think a crime like this should warrant its use. As far as appropriate penalty in our current justice system, I think a crime like this should at least warrant a penalty on par with rape (upwards of life without parole). I have no sympathy or mercy for someone that commits a crime like this.

 37 
 on: Today at 05:19:06 am 
Started by tmthforu94 - Last post by Potus
I'm with you.

 38 
 on: Today at 05:18:35 am 
Started by Titanium D NH - Last post by Kalwejt
I'm not sure who is more out of touch with reality -- the Cruz hacks who think that Cruz would be beating Hillary right now, or the Sanders hacks who think Sanders would be beating Trump right now.

And what about folks who seem to believe Hillary is some sort of an impregnable political genius?

I don't know about final result of what is a very hypotetical scenario. My gut feeling is Sanders doing somewhat better than Hillary is doing now overall (though certainly worse in the South), but it wouldn't be a blowout.

 39 
 on: Today at 05:17:19 am 
Started by ElectionsGuy - Last post by President Johnson
Likely Democratic.

Clinton: 48%
Trump: 41%
Johnson: 9%


Likely D.

Clinton 51%
Trump 41%
Johnson 10%

That's 102% in addition Wink

 40 
 on: Today at 05:16:21 am 
Started by clash - Last post by President Johnson
Kim.

Rafael's will probably help to get social conservatives out to vote.

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