One has to carefully consider the democratic process and how it is supposed to work, in the minds and spirit of how it was created, to understand the gravity of such a statement. Strategic voting. Using ones vote not for beliefs or support but as a “tool” for anothers satisfaction or gain. Basically as a “form of currency”. In essence, selling your vote. If a party can not get elected on it’s platform or it’s leaders integrity then they should not get elected, period. If the Canadian voters want a “Liberal-NDP” coalition then we will ask for one. To do so after the fact and go to the GG and ask to form a government is tantamount to Canada being “occupied” or “invaded” by a political party. They were NOT elected by the Canadian people. And they do not, should not, and can not, ever, rule us, if WE didn’t elect them. THAT is what democracy is. Any person that would suggest, support, or be part of this does not believe in democracy. This is a corrupt strategic manipulation of free choice. That sounds disturbing. That sounds like something to be ashamed of. In Canada? No thank you.