A Vote for Real Change had huge Risks

A more correct way, though that it may not be perfect, is definitely not the current Liberal government’s way!

Lloyd Fournier : Lloyd is the founder of Thunderbird Rising (Thunderbird rising.com) and the recent recipient of a Humanitarian Award, an author (novels) and a freelance writer. His drill down style of writing is a throw back to classic journalism - completely objective and well researched. His work presents the reader opportunity to rethink issues.


(Two Months of Liberal Rule)

German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) wrote: “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. And when you look long into the abyss, the abyss also looks into you.”

On October 19, 2015, 25.6 million eligible voters were given the opportunity to cast votes and choose a government to rule Canada until October 21, 2019. Contemporary elections are often decided based upon slogans.  During the lengthy and exhaustive 78 day campaign leading up to voting days, voters were programmed to accept that “real change” was a much more attractive alternative to the previous Conservative government.

338 ridings each were offered candidates of all political stripes.  When the votes were counted, the Liberals had had not only obtained permission to govern but had been trusted with virtual and complete power by winning 184 seats in Canada’s parliament.


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