June 22, 2015

Question of the day: Which country's campaign you are more excited about?

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

It’s election season! Not only do we have our federal campaign coming up in a few months, our neighbours down south are well into their Presidential election process.

So I hit the streets to see which country's campaign you are more excited about?


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commented 2015-06-23 09:10:54 -0400
make that appealing.
commented 2015-06-23 01:59:35 -0400
That Trump can’t be bought is an appalling trait, Fraser M.
commented 2015-06-23 01:55:40 -0400
Don’t have any idea what that last guy said, and I tried , three times.
We should be interested in both. It really matters if a Republican gets in the White House, especially now. Maybe even more important than getting a Conservative back in here.
I wish I could be the woman who said she didn’t follow politics, and it made no difference to her. Life would be so simple.
commented 2015-06-22 23:54:17 -0400
Never over rate yourself, Fraser McBurney. We Canadians are Not near as dumb as you would like to portray us. We actually are enabled to read between the lines. Why don’t you tell me just how stupid we all are——
commented 2015-06-22 20:29:01 -0400
For me there should be only one possible outcome in the Cdn. election. You are absolutely right Fraser.
How much time does UKIP have?
commented 2015-06-22 16:00:50 -0400
I second Fraser’s comments.
commented 2015-06-22 15:53:11 -0400
Hi all I’m more interested in the American presidential election and more concerned about the Canadian election. In the resent British election where Cameron won a majority and UKIP only won one seat but the big news of that election that was not talked about was UKIP was second in the majority of the ridings.
The interesting part of the American election is to see if the American voters can elect a true conservative that respects their constitution and is fiscally responsible and has some idea of world matters. from my prospective the only one that is exciting is….Trump he can’t be bought because he’s a billionaire he has traveled the world and know important people, he is fiscally aware as he has built a business empire and he has the cojones to deal with these through backs.
My concern with the Canadian election is that The Canadian voters have no idea they are likely to do the same mistake that Ontarian voters did when they elected that corrupt liberal government and I share the same concern that the Canadian voter would make the same mistake that like the Albertans did when they elected that communist anti oil anti business NDP party.
If by chance the conservatives led by Stephen Harper loose their majority we Canadians are doomed to higher taxes reduced military more Islamic immigration anti oil and ruined economy.
commented 2015-06-22 14:33:42 -0400
It really is a sad commentary that most people don’t care, or didn’t know there was an election coming until you stopped them. I am looking forward to the Liberals getting their “child boss” handed back to them to raise properly.
I think the “new” has worn off this person, and it showed almost immediately, but people were so pre occupied, they didn’t notice. Now his handlers have a tighter grip on him, he will look better, but he is down for the count.