How will Harper’s early election turn out?

Today is the Canadian election – those lucky folks that only had 5 weeks of campaigning.

It doesn’t look like Harper’s Conservatives will gain a majority government, the question is will they have enough seats to hold on to a minority government, or will Dion’s Liberals surge ahead and take it.  Or the real outside chance, will Layton’s NDP surprise and pass the Liberals and Conservatives.

Will Conservatives be hurt by pushing for fixed elections, and then calling for a dissolution of the government before the October 19, 2009 election – basically a flip flop on timing of elections?

Will the Greens and Liberals be hurt by the deal to not run in the riding held by the other parties leader?

-Josh

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1 Comment

  1. atomcat said,

    October 14, 2008 at 12:17 am

    So long as no one gets a majority, we Canadians still have an opportunity to defend our country from these traitors.

    Please take the time to read the Green Agenda via my site or google. Also read Cloak of Green.

    It will anger and educate you as you study it’s contents.

    Interesting times lay ahead for Canada.


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