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Offline Gunnar

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The PC Party
« on: January 17, 2006, 00:51:52 »
Having seen a number of people posting on the subject of the PC party, I just thought I'd remind everyone that the PC party, i.e., the Progressive Conservative Party, is no more.

What now exists to be called the PC Party is the Progressive Canadian Party, a party which, as far as I can determine, is pissed off Progressive Conservatives who refused to become part of the new Conservative party  after Joe Who finally left.

Stephen Harper is the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.  He does not lead the PC Party.  If you go to vote Conservative this election, and you tick off the box marked with the PC Candidate, you aren't voting Conservative.  Please pay attention.

I suppose I should remind everyone that UI doesn't exist either...It's EI.   :P

I've vented.  I'm happier now.
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Re: The PC Party
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2006, 02:33:58 »
Progressive Canadian Party = Sore Loser Rump Who's Only Hope of Making an Impact is by Confusing Voters

I have heard from people in ridings where they are running that their brochures say "Progressive Conservative".  On the ballot, they are marked "PC Party".

I'll just repeat what was said here: If you want to vote Conservative, mark and "X" beside "Conservative Party", not "PC Party".

If you're voting for the Librano$ or the Socialist Horde, disregard.  ;D

EDIT: Also make sure you know the name of the candidate in your riding that you want to vote shouldn't need to be said, but it's amazing how many people don't do that!
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