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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:14:00 PM
 
Here I will write my column on politics on fed and provincial levels.
Since the last remaining nationwide conservative bastion of the National Post is slowly sinking, since Sir Conrad Black left this leftwing socialist godforsaken country last century, there will be a lot of challenges for the conservative philosophy in this country and I will try to sound my own account on this.


Edited by - Thor on 9/17/2003 3:15:44 PM
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:24:00 PM
 
Атличная маза. Кагда первый выпускь?
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:36:00 PM
 
скоро =)
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:37:00 PM
 
I can't wait... Down with Liberals.

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Romka, NPSEntertainment
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:42:00 PM
 
Unfortunately the Liberals are going to win the provincial elections.
It's the way the veteran PCs will punish Eves for screwing up the Harris's Common Sense Revolution and paving way for the Liberals and incompetent McGuinty.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:44:00 PM
 
Обещаю воздерживаться и не подвергать твои "консервативные идеи" уничижительной критике:-)

Кстати, сколько даешь еще времени National Post? От них журналисты бегут как крысы... Вот недавно Кристи Блэтчфорд вернулась в Globe and Mail...
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:47:00 PM
 
Of course, Eves was fully responsible for deregulating the electricity market, cutting down spending on education, health care, public health (including water treatment facilities in Walkerton), public transit, etc.:-) Harris was just in charge, but Eves is responsible:-)
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:49:00 PM
 
ben,
That's diabolical -- of course! Deprive the private sphere of any money, keep it all in the governments' hands, controlled by those who think more government is the answer! Any better than dreaded Soviet Union propaganda or Nazi propaganda ? I don't think so.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:51:00 PM
 
Грусто с Постом... Раньше это была моя любимая газета, а теперь когда её звездой стала Rebecca Eckler газета стала неинтересной. Особенно обидно что Mark Steyn перестал писать, у него были великолепные колумны.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:53:00 PM
 
Thor.. like we discussed, I liked Harris.. but I don't know about Eves. On another hand I refuse to vote Liberal.. Refrain from voting? or still support Eves? Is he competent enough?

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Romka, NPSEntertainment
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 3:59:00 PM
 
Coon,
I don't know. Eves screwed up big time. McGuinty will get elected, it's a natural, he'll be a Bob Ray that got elected due to lack of decent candidates around at the time.
McGuinty will also be a fallback guy when things go wrong, when the teachers start striking and all. He ll be taken down. He's incompetent. Just got big heavies as friends in Ottawa.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 4:08:00 PM
 
Maybe the Liberals won't win yet. Accoding to the latest poll the size of their lead is shrinking and is now down to 5%. Considering the margin of error, their victory isn't set in stone.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 4:12:00 PM
 
OK.. Can you explain a little more in detail about Bob Ray? And how exactly did Eves fail? I didn't really follow him since he replaced Harris. One thing I like about Eves is he is dishing out a lot of money for events like the SARS concert, the blues fest in Toronto and in Windsor and he is supporting the tourism in Ontario. That is good for me considering the projects im working on right now. But unfortunatly I haven't really paid attention to his policy and his views or his style of governing.

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Romka, NPSEntertainment
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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 4:14:00 PM
 
Eve.. one thing I know is that Eves' declaration of lowering the insurance rates and actually putting a cap in place can win him some popularity, because there are too many angry drivers out there who are paying thru the nose. This tactic won Mr Cretin the election when he lowered the price on cigarettes.

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Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 4:21:00 PM
 
Also, you can think of a different scenario. If (in the most likely scenario) McGuinty wins, Eves would be ousted as party leader, with Flaherty the likely successor. Flaherty (who was stupidly spurned by his party two years ago is Ontario's most prominent privatizer, free marketer and tax cutter. McGuinty once in power will soon find his platform impossible to implement successfully-the environment and the economy are likely to suffer, making McGuinty vulnerable to opposition pressure. If the opposition comes from the Flaherty Tories, the Ontario Liberals will lurch toward free market solutions, much as the federal Reform Party forced the Liberals to move rightward in the 1990s. And that will give Ontario's free-market Tories policies they want under McGuinty that they could never have had under Eves.

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