Yeah, that's right. Don't blame the utter morons who were brain dead enough to vote for Groper THREE times now. Only a complete fucking idiot, or a partisan shit pump (same thing really) could look at the last six years and say, "Ooooo gimmie more of that".
AMEN!! God forbid that someone's choice affects yours. Hopefully, the PPC will do better as it evolves as a Party. Starting a new Party isn't easy so it'll take time. People just need to realize that the hyperbole that the PPC is "extremist" is simply wrong. They don't advocate violence, or rioting etc. They're advocating FOR Canada and Canadians and common sense.Yeah, that's right. Don't blame the utter morons who were brain dead enough to vote for Groper THREE times now. Only a complete fucking idiot, or a partisan shit pump (same thing really) could look at the last six years and say, "Ooooo gimmie more of that".
Federally, no. But if you're the CAQ you get elected for pushing right-wing extremist views. And things like re-working Canada's criminally irresponsible immigration policy isn't "hard-right". Unless common fucking sense is a hard-right trait now. OH that's right it is. According to the ALT-leftards things like objectivity are now "racist" traits.You can’t win on a hard right platform there’s way to many centrist and left leaning Canadians, you just witnessed what happens to harder right 5%
I think PPC is a protest ‘Flash in the Pan’ like ‘Idle No More’ or ‘Black Lives Matter’ in reaction to current divisiveness that will quickly fade away, but maybe this ‘Maverick Party’ that’s still young might become something in a few more election cycles like ‘Reform’ did but it’s too soon to tell….but I can see the parallels.I think PPC has a certain appeal to libertarians on both sides. Or they are using it as a protest vote as we once did with Reform since there is still no real difference between liberal and conservative parties other than conservatives understand fiscal responsibility.