CFN – So with Justin Trudeau winning the Liberal leadership non-race we now know who our next three candidates will be in the next Federal election barring any tragedy or scandal.
Stephen Harper clearly has shown his style and policies. You pretty much know what you get with our PM.
Thomas Mulcair, responsible for the meteoric rise of the NDP in spite of hard core Dippers kicking and screaming.
And now we have at the helm of the Liberal party Mr. Justin Trudeau who will be competing with the Ghost of his own father, one of Canada’s most successful Prime Ministers as well as the more established leaders.
Mr. Trudeau also leads the party known more for eating their own over the last two decades than in good police and leadership which could be why he now finds himself opportunistically behind the wheel.
Over the next year or so until the next election political machines will be gaming the public seeking which issues resonate the most.
After all, do people vote for a cause or against a politician? Could Mr. Trudeau or Mulcair benefit from the majority of Canadians who simply do not support Mr. Harper’s policies; especially as more of them find out about them?
Is there any real difference between any of the three main parties at the end of the day? Could that be why voters tend to be so apathetic?
So CFN has decided to ask you to VOTE in our poll about which issues are important enough that you’d actually vote for them? It’s not which issue you support the most; but which you vote for one way or another especially if you could.
Have fun and of course you can vote for more than one selection.