Friday, April 22, 2011

Ethnic Voters Unite: I Was Lost and Now I'm Found

Why don't all of you who seem so upset with the mainline parties take a good look at the Greens?   I simply can't vote for potential power anymore. Every time I have -- whether for the LPC or the NDP, never the Harperites -- I've compromised myself morally on some issue or other. I've found my way to the Greens in this election, and not just because of their clear recognition of the crucial condition in which planet earth finds itself on this Earth Day but also because they respect all Canadians and, unlike the mainline parties, respect the members of their very own party. Real input from the grassroots in the mainline parties is an illusion. A cabal at the top still calls the shots, and, in the case of the Harperites, an autocrat if not an implicit dictator - some would say explicit - controls everything.

Remind yourself of what sort of input the rank and file had the day Iggy was anointed and ascended to the LPC throne. That was the day many rank and file quit the LPC. Remind yourself of how man times, despite some half-decent policies, the NDP actually propped up the Harperites in order to gain a little bit of pathetic power and prestige. Remind yourself that the BQ is selfishly concerned about the welfare of  only one province, not Canada as a whole. And of course  you need no reminder of the endless abuses of the Harperites.

P.S. I am not a member of the Green Party. I just see full moral value in everything they do.

7:36 AM on April 22, 2011

Ethnic’ voters, unite! You have nothing to lose but your temper

1 comment:

  1. This is a reprint of the Rabble version of a entry below.