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OMG: Just putting this here. Vote on Oct 19 Waterloooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

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  1. This too, vote either October 5th to 8th or 19th : https://www.facebook.com/events/530560990430925/
    https://www.facebook.com/events/1471301466532545/

    There is also a debate on the 5th: https://www.facebook.com/events/1489447231350692/

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  2. Justin Trudeau, just not ready.

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  3. Anyone but Harper.

    Follow the link for some strategic voting:

    http://anyonebutharper.net/

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  4. THIS IS CANADA WITH STEPHEN HARPER GETTING A WORK OUT AND LOSING AT LEAST 5 POUNDS GOING AGAINST THE ESCALATOR
    REMENBER, NICE HAIR THO

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  5. Anything but comrade Mulcair please

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    1. Please. Trudeau is far to the left of Mulcair in this election.

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    2. If only if they do a coalition...

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    3. 6b, a formal coalition won't happen. Period. Not that it can't (it totally can), but it won't. And here's why: there only gets to be one Prime Minister. And his party will be the party that's seen to govern. Whatever party winds up formally 'propping up' the governing party will basically lose all cohesion with voters, and by the time the next election rolls around nobody will really know what they stand for (or think of them as separate from the governing party). It's better - by far - for a party to be in *actual* opposition, if it doesn't get to be the government.

      That said, informally, it could happen. It's possible that Harper wins the most seats (but not a majority), but both the NDP and the Libs vote against the government on the very first confidence motion. Theoretically, the government would have to resign, and the Governor General would have to choose someone else to be Prime Minister. Let's say he chose Trudeau. That could theoretically work, provided the NDP backed him on confidence motions (which they would do as long as they could accompany it with the optics of "we're fighting to make the government better its policies on ______").

      But I don't know how stable that'd be... we'd probably be back to the polls in a year or two (and the Conservatives - even the moderate ones - would be hella riled up and angry about their party having been in first place but not government, so it's quite probable they'd have enough momentum to be back in with a majority after that).

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