No, I am not talking about the US election. I am talking about the Canadian election. Something I like about the Canadian political system is the election will not drag on too long. From the moment the government announce the election, there is only one month before it actually take place. So we will not bored by the ever lasting election campaign like in the US. I wonder what’s the point of having pro-long election campaign? Isn’t that most voter already make up their mind? The political view of a party won’t change over night, voters should be well aware of what they expect to get from each party. The candidate themselves are irrelevant, all politicians cannot be trust anyways. Whatever they promise you in the campaign are lip service. As long as there the politicians do not make any stupid mistake or involve in any scandals, the voters are pretty much voting for the party.
I used to vote for the Liberal in the past elections. This time, I will switch to the Conservative, since it is the only party that is not anti-gun. If I want to keep my toys, I better vote for them. Other than this factor, the agenda of the other parties are pretty much loads of shit. The Green Party is a joke, their policy does not make any economical sense. The Quebecois is really a provincial party, their sole agenda is the independence of Quebec. Only stupid Quebec people will vote for them. There are three major party, Conservative on the right, New Democratic Party on the left and Liberal in the middle. I never buy policy from the left, they always want to raise tax. The Liberal suppose to be ok, but this time they dig themselves in a big hole by proposing carbon tax. Tax increase is bad, period. The Conservative seems to have the best policy with the usual small government and tax cut agenda. I really admire the Conservative refuse to please the arts and culture group by denying them more money. The reason is very libertariain, arts and culture are personal perference, the government should not spend tax payers’ money activities that most citizens don’t really care. They make a very good point stating that those who really care about arts and culture, should just donate to their favorate arts or culture group. It is unfair asking the general public to pay for their perference. This kind of sound fiancial policy really win me over as a support for the Conservative Party.