I'm not still sure if I'm happy or not.
Nope, I don't consider it juicy at all, just everyday life in politics. Now a big, ripe yellow peach, thats juicy
I'm not seeing any smoking guns yet. It's all the backroom boys swinging deals with each other...no big-name politicians. That isn't going to hurt the Liberals much outside of Quebec...nobody knows who these people are and ultimately nobody will care much.
Unless this gets a lot juicier, this isn't the political bomb that everybody has been yakking about.
Nope. I would imagine it's quite bitter to left wing supporters.
You're obviously in denial. I just spoke to a friend of mine who is a diehard Liberal supporter and he told me that this was the last straw. He will NOT be voting Liberal in the next election. If this is how the die hards feel, I can only imagine what the people on the fringe are thinking.
The NDP stands to gain at least as much from this as the Conservatives.
The people on the fringe don't care, Crit. They don't know any of the names. This thing has been dragging on interminably.
but they are also under the assumption that the Conservatives are crooked,
Likely most importantly of all though, people are fed up with an official opposition who spends every second in front of the cameras scandal-mongering instead of dealing with issues.
The NDP is a non-factor in federal elections. Always have been and always will. Very few Canadians are willing to pay 85% income tax.
Once again, it comes down to simple math Rev. There were many close races in the last election where a Conservative came a close second by a few hundred votes.