Saturday, April 30, 2011

I Want A Coalition!

Although I support a coalition with the NDP in order to get rid of Harper. This belief of mine comes to a halt of the question is whether I support a coalition with the NDP to make Jack Layton the PM. I think the NDP have an okay platform, but some of there policies are too much. The NDP would want so many more government programs that it would not be sustainable unless you raise taxes by much more then they are currently saying. We clearly need a party that is fiscally responsible while still providing more programs. This party is the Liberals. But if we get 3rd place in parliament, and the NDP want a coalition to form a Government I would support it. Because I support having the NDP part of a Liberal Government, and I support having the Liberals part of a NDP government. Anything is better than Harper. Although I don't want us to sell out. We should support the NDP only as long as they compromise on parts of there platform and don't go off spending multiple billion of dollars without paying for it. Now if there was a Bloc party holding the balance of power I would support having them a part of the coalition, but just like the 2008 coalition deal they would have to set aside Quebec independence. What I hope does come out of a coalition is IRV or any other proportional representative voting methods. The NDP support some sort of proportional representation. I hope if we have a coalition that the NDP passes some sort of proportional representation. I think that no matter what happens on May 2nd all the political parties should look at eliminating Harper as the PM of Canada. But if the NDP don't compromise then any of my support for a coalition is out! A merger would be even worse, and shouldn't be discussed.

5 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha ha don't waste your vote on a third party kids ha ha ha vote team orange ha ha ha ha ha ha HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

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  2. They WILL compromise, lots. It's a win win!

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  3. Hmmm. Maybe Stephen "No Coalition" Harper was right.

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  4. A coalition it might be. That is 150 cons. and 5 Libs. willing to walk away from the rump.....

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  5. No. Stephen Harper said that a coalition was already planned months before the election. The one vanillaman is talking about would happen after the election and would not include the Bloc.

    Sort of like the one in 2008

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