Who's complaining about polling now? The polls have been wild and crazy, but they're revolutionizing this election. So what's the message in the madness?
We're in the middle of a new citizens' movement popping up all over the country that is preaching to the unconverted for a change. And it might just turn things around.
If we want to defeat Harper and create a more progressive Canada, we have to go beyond partisan interests -- and vote strategically.
ProjectDemocracy.ca launched yesterday and it is ready to play. Now, we can all be election geeks together.
We are a bunch of losers right now, in more ways than one. Our political league doesn't seem to have the bench strength to make it into the playoffs, let alone the Cup.
The opposition parties might say they want to defeat Harper, but vote splitting is the problem, not the solution.
David J. Climenhaga
With Alberta’s peculiar political customs regarding political leadership of the long-ruling Conservative party, Albertans find themselves on the horns of a dilemma.
Jan 17, 2011 to Jan 18, 2011
TBD - Likely somewhere in Gastown Vancouver , BC
Canada49° 14' 54.6828" N, 123° 6' 31.68" W
British Columbia CA
Catch 22 Harper Conservatives will be holding a get-together for supporters and interested parties to provide a campaign update and hear from you.
Jul 28, 2010 to Jul 29, 2010
Lower level meeting room
31 Wellesley Street EastToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 54.0396" N, 79° 23' 2.724" W
Catch 22 Harper Conservatives will be holding its first public Toronto area meeting.
My remarks made at a debate on strategic voting between myself and Scott Piatkowski organized by CAPP Waterloo, FV Waterloo and Civis Mundi.