Wednesday, September 10, 2008
66% supported May, hmm ?
Since approximately 66% of Canadian voters voted against Stephen Harper in the last election in favour of someone else, and since the 66% poll support for May's inclusion in the debate came from all parties. It can probably be assumed that since every party but the Tories believe in climate change, then not only is a majority government out of the question for Harper, but her call for green movement unity is likely to produce the most powerful dynamic in the election. ie "I insistently say a minority with Stephane Dion as prime minister, with enough Greens to keep us on track for positive change . . . is the honest answer. And I'd take enough Greens and NDPers, for that matter," said May."