28 September 2010

Hey Dalton...

...ya hearin' footsteps?

-- Woodstock, N.B -- "People had lost confidence in Mr. Graham. The fact that he had broken promises, he had mismanaged the finances of New Brunswick, he had made risky decisions."

"That certainly, I believe, was a referendum tonight on his leadership."
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RELATED: The numbers tell the story
An Angus-Reid survey conducted for the Toronto Star shows the Liberal leader has taken a significant slide, with the majority of decided voters saying they want him out of office.

The poll, released Tuesday, shows 76 per cent of decided voters would like to see another party in power at Queen’s Park.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey that's cool, you keep dreamin that.

cause you know, what happens when ontario gets ready to vote conservative provincially.

Bring it on!!!!

Neo Conservative said...

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well, nonny... i'd certainly be interested in hearing more of your carefully reasoned thesis.

please post the url to your blog or website so that i can share more of your amazing insights.

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jwkozak91 said...

The "Ontario Rule Of Opposites" does have one exception: 1959. And 1971-72 was close.

We conservatives think that current conditions are similar to 61 years ago.

Neo, would you like me to email you my election spreadsheets?

Neo Conservative said...

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sure... send 'em on in.

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Anonymous said...

"We conservatives think that current conditions are similar to 61 years ago."

Well, given Harper is really batting high in sweeping the Canadians right off their feet, it may be indeed, be similar, to some previous results.

Not that anyone is excited either about Iggy.

Neo Conservative said...

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two words, nonny... new... brunswick.

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