Instead of voting zombielike yet again for the NDP it might be wise for our riding to elect a member of a party that could actually win an election.
The NDP will never be elected federally. They exist only to serve rich powerful unions, and with the beloved Jean Crowder retired there is no reason to vote for this ridiculous special interest party.
The Liberals meanwhile advocate a spending spree that young Canadians will have to pay for in the future. It’s despicable and cynical. By contrast, the Harper Conservatives make no reckless promises; just more imperfect but generally responsible government for all Canadians, present and future.
The argument against Stephen Harper is not an argument at all. It’s the same handful of shallow, inaccurate talking points parroted bitterly and endlessly.
His harshest detractors often seem unhinged and uncivil. In reality, as rational voters are aware, Harper is a competent, savvy and experienced leader.
No disrespect to Alastair MacGregor intended, but however we vote, we need to stop wasting votes on the absurd NDP.