All the pro-firearms group types on FB have been ramping up the "don't split the vote" hysteria to fever pitch. It's at the point I'll accept a Lib govt if it means the current CPC goes down in flames.
Where's Freeland these days? Keeping a low profile? Maybe they're trying to keep her out of trouble so that if Turdeau drops the ball spectacularly, she'll be ready to jump in and take the reins.
Uncledick: don't take your AR anywhere just yet.
Except for maybe on a canoe trip in rough waters.
I barely voted CPC last election, and really only did it because my good friend worked for the CPC political machine. I am mostly of the mindset now that democracy is dead, but I did cast a vote for PPC this year. It actually felt good. I had my son in the booth with me and he asked in a loud voice why I was pressing my 'X' so hard into the paper, as I scratched back and forth with their tiny pencil.
I really don't see Canada coming out of this intact. By the time this pandemic is over, there will be two heavily opposed sides. The majority of Canadians that pushed their every being into the lives of the minority - those that desire freedom and to be left alone. Forgiveness will be rare and revenge will be common.
Add in the institutional failure and I feel there are some pretty tough years ahead for Canada.