Author Topic: The Abandonment of Electoral Reform  (Read 1285 times)

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Offline SirJohn

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Re: The Abandonment of Electoral Reform
« Reply #45 on: February 10, 2017, 12:38:32 pm »
Sounds like he wants to control who gets to run for Parliament by remote. Considering the amount of power we give party leaders, if Leitch wins the leadership, she will effectively have her own party

She won't. She has no charisma. But a person with charisma could do very, very well running with a reasonable immigration proposal like Lietch's, and maybe Trudeau knows that. And given the poll taken on her values question showed 60% support from Liberal and NDP supporters not all of the votes would be from conservatives.
"When liberals insist that only fascists will defend borders then voters will hire fascists to do the job liberals won't do." David Frum