Monday, January 23, 2006

Voting is Beautiful

I am not sure if its just the fact that I cant actually imagine the Liberals not in power yet or maybe something else but you have to admit today is a beautiful day. Yes, I don’t believe we should actually be having an election but that is a debate is irrelevant obviously and here we are on the election date. There is something to be said about making a mark on a ballot and putting it the slot that makes you feel alive. Does not matter who you vote for, the feeling is there for everyone. Although too little of us actually vote for those who do it, it is something to watch. Citizens of this country are deciding on their future. The people of this country will speak today, they will tell the political parties, the leaders, the spin doctors and all of us political watchers that at the end of the day they make the final decision. Our system has flaws, the campaign is rarely done in high discourse but exercising your right (although I believe it is more then that) to decide the priorities and path of Canada is something we take for granted. Voting is important, if you do not like the system or the parties then spoil your ballot in protest. For those who say that political doesn’t affect them, I say look deeper because it most certainly does.

If you haven’t voted yet, get out there and do it!


  • At 5:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 6:28 PM, Anonymous Gary McHale said…

    I guess it really doesn't matter but allow me to say that I am not surprised that Liberals who don't like how democracy is working out is telling people to spoil their ballot, which is criminally illegal. But then again, since when did Liberals concern themselves with the laws of this country.

  • At 2:25 AM, Blogger TonyGuitar said…

    This may make you smile wider.

    No Captain wants to command a sunken ship.

    Belinda crosed to board the Titanic and it sank but be darned if she didn't claw aboard a lifeboat, now will that bit of luck ever make it to shore?
    Brian Tobin is a contender, but the ship has to be salvaged first.

    Renewal of the Liberal Party?

    First, the question of facing the courts. A minimum of 10 $billion of our money has been syphoned off. Liberals should pay fair penalties for that.

    Starving health care and education to create a surplus does not imply the right to stuff pockets with some of that budget surplus.

    34$million in debt and who knows how much in penalties and fines that may also become due.

    Re-think for Liberals: Liberals are infested with crooks. Those crooks must be seen to walk the plank, otherwise one can not expect to regain Canadian voter respect.

    Liberal popularity is still spiraling downward and that will continue as the public learns of the full list of rip - offs.

    List of 218 *Low Points*, Toronto Sun by Linda Williams
    January 22nd

    Different list of 200+

    Canadians were aware of Adscam and a scam here and there. Wait for the backlash when they learn about the much wider scope of fraud these lists represent.

    When the MSM*s fear Harper trick is better understood, there should be a backlash there also.

    Rocky roads ahead for Liberals. TG

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