Take off, eh?: A few cents more

To say that Monday night’s returns were the result of further polarization in Canadian politics wouldn’t be entirely accurate. While there is some evidence to say that this is a factor, it is still one out of a myriad.One of the things that has been gr…

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Take off, eh?: A few cents more

To say that Monday night’s returns were the result of further polarization in Canadian politics wouldn’t be entirely accurate. While there is some evidence to say that this is a factor, it is still one out of a myriad. One of the things that has been gradually helping the Conservatives

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Take off, eh?: 2 Cents

Well, now I've read one account that says the Liberal party achieved the results it did in this election because it was too far to the right, that we were "Blue light" which obviously couldn't succeed when the choice for those so inclined would obviously be "Blue." I've read another

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Take off, eh?: 2 Cents

Well, now I’ve read one account that says the Liberal party achieved the results it did in this election because it was too far to the right, that we were “Blue light” which obviously couldn’t succeed when the choice for those so inclined would obviously be “Blue.”

I’ve read another account that says that we were too close to the NDP on the left, and seemed to suggest, a disingenuous version of them which failed in the face of their perceived sincerity over ours regarding those positions which we shared.

Perhaps, just maybe, what we are seeing is more of a polarization of Canadian politics, moving slightly away from that centre ground that we have done so well to occupy in the past.

In such a scenario, you would see more of the kind of results that materialized for the Conservatives and the NDP.

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