Off topic, but this has got to be one of the strangest political tactics I have ever seen during my lifetime. Canâ€™t they just focus on issues such as making the economy better? Just to enlighten everyone, we recently had an election here similar to the US and a government was elected. However, the opposing parties are now in the midst of forming a coalition to overthrow the elected winner. As you may have guessed, this is costing more time and money.
It just seems wrong on so many levels to me. For one thing, it doesnâ€™t seem right where the people elected a leader and now they can be so easily overthrown. Another thing is there is this party called the â€œThe Blocâ€ here in Canada where for as long Iâ€™ve known is a separatist party whoâ€™s mission is to basically separate the province of Quebec from Canada. I for one wouldnâ€™t want these guys representing the country in a big way and this coalition is kind of giving them that opportunity.
I personally wasnâ€™t too thrilled for any of the parties in particular during the elections and this sure makes the whole process seem trivial. Maybe there is someone that can enlighten me on how this is supposed to be a good idea.