Manitoba Polls

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Stockholm

20% is quite a high level of undecided...but i would wager that people who are undecided in that riding are largely undecided between NDP and Liberal and would never vote PC

 

genstrike

Well, the deadline to register as a candidate has passed, and there is no Green candidate in my riding.  Which is too bad, because I kind of wanted to vote Green.

Fortunately, there is a solution.  Many NDPers have been advocating strategic voting, and insisting that a vote for the Greens or Communists is a vote for the PCs.  Therefore, I will follow their advice and be strategic about my vote.  Since voting for the Greens is the same as voting PC, I'm going to vote for the PCs.  By voting PC, I get to vote for the party I want (Green), and I also get to please all my NDP friends who has been saying that I have a duty to vote strategically.  It's win-win.

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genstrike wrote:
 Many NDPers have been advocating strategic voting, and insisting that a vote for the Greens or Communists is a vote for the PCs.  Therefore, I will follow their advice and be strategic about my vote.  Since voting for the Greens is the same as voting PC, I'm going to vote for the PCs.  By voting PC, I get to vote for the party I want (Green), and I also get to please all my NDP friends who has been saying that I have a duty to vote strategically.  It's win-win.

lol.

Aristotleded24

Aristotleded24 wrote:
[url=http://archive.rabble.ca/babble/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=9&t=00116... we were discussing nearly 9 years ago to this day:[/url]

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they've (meaning the Manitoba NDP) gotten fat, lazy and arrogant. They are like the provincial version of the Martin Liberals; people would like to turf them, if there was any realistic alternative. Woe betide the Manitoba NDP if the Conservatives there ever DO find their feet -- they'll find themselves buried for a generation.

Oh Heph, you are not here to see how right you would be.Frown

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