Saturday, June 11, 2005

Harper's Not Scary #7


Blogger Paul said...

I love your stuff. The irony is, that millions of Ontarians do actually find Harper scary. As Mark Steyn says, Sadaam is scary, Osama is scary, and even Mugabe is scary... but Harper???????? What do they put in the water in some parts of this country?

11:16 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Thanks, DT.
Man, I'm glad I'm on well water.

11:45 PM  
Blogger NL-ExPatriate said...

That Western Standard has it's own agenda. They edited my comments twice?

No there weren't any bad words or stuff either they just didn't agree with my view point?

Vote Independent for Independence!

It is the only way within the system we have right now, to make your voice and concerns be heard above the party line.

Divided as independents the people stand, United as partisan politics the people fall!

Start a group, organization, coalition, or party if you will to support independents. Similar to a co-op unsure about the co-op fees issue partisan and sponsorship issues? (Sponsorship pun intended)

Statement of intent!
-Municipal politics principles and format.
-Everybody votes independently in the House of Commons.
-Leader is chosen voted on from among the elected independents by the elected independents.
-Could even go one further and have municipal electees voted amongst them selves to represent province or federal?
-If possible a common set of base goals and policies. This may not be appropriate detract from the independent spirit?

Shared objectives and campaigning practices
-Centralized Fund raising
-Centralized list of candidates, emails, Ph numbers, Web pages
-Help Enlist candidates
-Enlist volunteers to help independents
-Sharing of thoughts and ideas discussion to hone campaign platforms
-Internet fund raising centralized and accountable with all books open and published online.
-Dissemination of funds according to number of constituents or possibility of election?
-Bulk advertising cheaper.
-Centralized head quarters for all candidates.

6:36 PM  

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