I'm a liberal in a red state (Texas). After the 2000 and 2004 elections many people I know told me that if I didn't like the President I should move to Canada.
If Liberals go to Canada when a Republican wins, where would the conservatives go now? They wouldn't like Canada at all (no offense my Canadian friends). Conservatives wouldn't go to a country that has nationalized health care, progressive taxes or abortions. Any thoughts on what countries Conservatives would like?
posted by DragonBoy
on Nov 6, 2008 -
I'm in the US and want to follow the Canadian parliamentary election returns. Will any US TV station, cable or otherwise, have election coverage?
posted by Kattullus
on Oct 13, 2008 -
Which characters from Shakespeare's plays do the party leaders in the Canadian federal election resemble most? [more inside]
posted by stokast
on Oct 4, 2008 -
Looking for ideas to encourage Canadian university students to vote in the next federal election [more inside] [more inside]
posted by lenny70
on Oct 3, 2008 -
Dear Canadians, Brits, and other citizens of parliamentary democracies: Inspired by this comment,
how important is party affiliation to your vote? In other words, how much of an asshat does your party's parliamentary candidate have to be to force you to switch sides in an election? [more inside]
posted by Saucy Intruder
on Jan 21, 2006 -
It's election day here in Canada, and I have still not made my mind up on who I am going to vote for. I am in Southern Alberta, so it is pretty much decided who is going to win here (last poll had the local Conservatives at 60%), Am I throwing my vote away by voting NDP? Or should I vote "strategically" with the second place party (the Liberal party, which I am not a huge fan of - mainly because of Paul Martin), as an "anyone but conservative" vote?
posted by Quartermass
on Jun 28, 2004 -