Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Were Not Dead Yet!

Many people may say that the Liberal party is dead. This is un true the Liberal party isn't dead. We may have only gotten 19% of the vote and 34 seats, but that doesn't make us dead. The NDP got less votes then us in 2008 and look at them now. The Liberal party will come back stronger in the next election. With a Tory Majority people will see that Harper isn't going to help them, and the budget isn't going to be balanced like he said the Liberals will get those voters. Those Conservatives who thought that Harper would balance the budget, be fiscally responsible and keep the economy strong will realized that the party that is capable of doing it is the Liberals party. To the NDP voters who tought that Jack Layton could actually afford his imagenairy platfom his 70 billion dollars in spending promises and his to far to the left policy will realize that the Liberal party is the party that can afford it's policies and that they have a party that is in the center. We as Liberals mustn't waver the center. We mustn't merge with any party! Be the party the NDP or the Conservatives. We must stick to our affordable and realistic platform. We aren't dead and we will rebound like we did in 1993, 1980, 1963, 1935,1926,1921,1896,1874. We've been in election before were we have almost been dead, but we came back rolling in the next election. We are nowhere near death. Remember a majority of Canadian Prime Minister were Liberal. Let's not start amplying for the NDP or Conservatives. We must remain in the center and not allow Canada to turn into the U.S where the country must decide between two extreme's of the political spectrum. If we allow that to happen then nothing can get done as both of them would put forward two extreme policies that wouldn't work. Let's not move from the center!


8 comments:

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  2. the liberal party may not be dead yet,but how long will they survive when the government does away with political party subsidies?

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  3. Oh just get on the cart already!

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  4. The Liberals need to take these four years to rebuild from the ground up starting witha better vision, better policy, a better leader and then will come better fundraising.

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  5. Harper crushed the Liberal Party for good last night. He is a hero and I am going to name my first child (due in June) after him.

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  6. Proud Canadian

    The NDP are way more dependant on the federal subsidy then the Liberal party.

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  7. Vanillaman it doesn't matter to me that the NDP may or may not be more dependant on the federal subsidy then the Liberal party! I'm a supporter of the Conservative party of Canada! As far as I'm concerned last evening was a great evening for me and our country,conservatives win big!

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  8. While not a traditional liberal supporter, if the liberals are to survive and matter, I would agree that they must stick to the center. But in doing so, they need to articulate a vision of what that center means, not simply hope that the parties on either side of them implode.

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