Political reform to save Democracy
You would have to be living under a rock to not have heard of the talks about coalition, meaning the opposition parties are talking about assuming control of the Country. Some might say only a moron might not know of such things, after all it is all over the media and political blogs. However, many people do not know. Most Canadians are busy going about their lives getting ready for Christmas and secure in the thought that another election is not in the immediate future.
My wife was astonished to hear the news, and asked how that was possible. Many of her friends were similarly surprised. You see, most Canadians don’t have time for daily political B.S and childish rantings. They have enough real issues and children to raise. I suppose that could be a reason they thought they might get away with it, knowing that most taxpayers couldn’t dream that they would stoop so low.
I am by far and away not the most knowledgeable person about political law, but I do know a rat when I see one. The opposition says they have no confidence in the ELECTED government. Really, because the government has plans that they wouldn’t implement? Or because their wallets are threatened? We will see. Even the old dogs have joined in behind back doors, trying to come up with a plan to steal the Country without going before the Canadian voters to earn it. Some may say it is legal. But that does not make it right.
I think it is time to do away with the current system. The past opposition fiasco has proven that it is not even needed to run the Country. And in fact, lessened our pride in the system. We elected the Prime Minister, not Dion, or Iggy, or that old sneering has-been. So, we don’t really care if they agree with the current Pm’s policy’s. They wouldn’t, because they have policy’s WE don’t agree with, as taxpayers, as voters, and we told them that very clearly last election. So now they think instead they will latch on ever tighter to our money and steal the highest office behind our backs? I am disgusted. I am ashamed. I cannot believe we have a system in this Country that makes that even remotely possible. The Bloc needs to go, the opposition needs to go. We need to elect a Leader, and reps from all Provinces, and that’s it. Yes, there will be a lot of people that won’t like that. Most of them will be looking for a real job.
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