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Every Canadian need to read the PPC platform! Hard to find anything that doesn't make sense. This is the direction we need to start turning this great country!
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No candidate in our riding.
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rustled wrote:No candidate in our riding.



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1791 wrote:
rustled wrote:No candidate in our riding.



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LOL. No, I'm good with the local candidate I'm planning to vote for, haven't warmed up to Bernier, and it seems poor timing to splinter the right-leaning voters.

Although I haven't looked it sounds to me like the PPC is further right than the Conservatives. Would that be accurate?
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Join. Run. Be that change which you seek[/quote]
LOL. No, I'm good with the candidate I'm planning to vote for, and it seems poor timing to splinter the right-leaning voters.

Although I haven't looked it sounds to me like the PPC is further right than the Conservatives. Would that be accurate?[/quote]


If right wing means freedom of personal choice. Stronger gun rights. Stronger border patrol. Yes you betchya. However i would say the party is more libratarian than right wing. Just the Conservatives have gone way left since 2015. They no longer are a right wing party in any way. So ya i guess PPC is further to the right at the moment. However i am sure the Conservatives will fire Scheer before too long and get back to being honest Conservatives
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Splinter maybe , but if the Cons win a minority the PPC might be the the complementary friend with benefits the Cons need.
Considering how the PPC was begun it would seem unlikely the PPC could do business with the Cons,
Though the Cons would have to compromise and Bernier is good enough a leader to do what it takes.
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1791 wrote:
rustled wrote:LOL. No, I'm good with the candidate I'm planning to vote for, and it seems poor timing to splinter the right-leaning voters.

Although I haven't looked it sounds to me like the PPC is further right than the Conservatives. Would that be accurate?



If right wing means freedom of personal choice. Stronger gun rights. Stronger border patrol. Yes you betchya. However i would say the party is more libratarian than right wing. Just the Conservatives have gone way left since 2015. They no longer are a right wing party in any way. So ya i guess PPC is further to the right at the moment. However i am sure the Conservatives will fire Scheer before too long and get back to being honest Conservatives

Hm. Well, I'd be a really bad rep for the PPC then, since I tend to hang around the center of the spectrum and I don't share (and really don't get) the mandatory dislike for Scheer and the differentiation around "honest" Conservatives. They're far more honest than the Liberal party, which to me will be a huge step in the right (as in "not wrong") direction.
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jimmy4321 wrote:Splinter maybe , but if the Cons win a minority the PPC might be the the complementary friend with benefits the Cons need.
Considering how the PPC was begun it would seem unlikely the PPC could do business with the Cons,
Though the Cons would have to compromise and Bernier is good enough a leader to do what it takes.

This seems counter-intuitive. Bernier split because he didn't want to work with Scheer. He didn't want to compromise.
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rustled wrote:
jimmy4321 wrote:Splinter maybe , but if the Cons win a minority the PPC might be the the complementary friend with benefits the Cons need.
Considering how the PPC was begun it would seem unlikely the PPC could do business with the Cons,
Though the Cons would have to compromise and Bernier is good enough a leader to do what it takes.

This seems counter-intuitive. Bernier split because he didn't want to work with Scheer. He didn't want to compromise.



Scheer has no back bone. No ideas. His only saving grace is he is running against a Trudeau.
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1791 wrote:
rustled wrote:This seems counter-intuitive. Bernier split because he didn't want to work with Scheer. He didn't want to compromise.



Scheer has no back bone. No ideas. His only saving grace is he is running against a Trudeau.

I don't agree, and poor old hobbyguy has been desperately trying to convince me to think badly of Scheer for months. But then, even though I didn't agree with everything Harper did and was highly critical of his use of prorogation and omnibus bills, I never got the way people constantly put him down either. People seem to love loathing political leaders, and I really don't get it at all.

I'm critical of what Trudeau has actually done, his refusal to take responsibility and be accountable. Scheer hasn't given me any reason to think he's a bad choice for PM. He has some solid people in the party. I'm good with voting for the party with him at the helm.
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Scheer has no back bone. No ideas. His only saving grace is he is running against a Trudeau.[/quote]
I don't agree, and poor old hobbyguy has been desperately trying to convince me to think badly of Scheer for months. But then, even though I didn't agree with everything Harper did and was highly critical of his use of prorogation and omnibus bills, I never got the way people constantly put him down either. People seem to love loathing political leaders, and I really don't get it at all.

I'm critical of what Trudeau has actually done, his refusal to take responsibility and be accountable. Scheer hasn't given me any reason to think he's a bad choice for PM. He has some solid people in the party. I'm good with voting for the party with him at the helm.[/quote]


Ill vote for him too if it is close. If it is a washout like last election. *I vote with my heart. Vote PPC


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Bernier is building a party, working with others issues by issue would give the PPC more credibility. This added credibility and image of a leader willing to do business is one the Conservatives DO NOT want at any cost cause it attracts better candidates and results.
So expect Cons to doubt Bernier
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jimmy4321 wrote:Bernier is building a party, working with others issues by issue would give the PPC more credibility. This added credibility and image of a leader willing to do business is one the Conservatives DO NOT want at any cost cause it attracts better candidates and results.
So expect Cons to doubt Bernier

They're having trouble attracting a candidate in our riding.
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They're building, it's a huge undertaking with little media coverage.
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rustled wrote:hey're having trouble attracting a candidate in our riding.







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