Blogging about Canadian politics and elections always have been and always will be a never ending topic. I call it a Canadian Political go around, back and forth between two parties. Yes, we have more than two parties in Canada, but it doesn’t seem to matter to the people of this country, mentally they can’t get past the two parties.
I dislike talking about mundane political drama, but there is always so much to write about! A person is never lost for things to say or complain about, and in my case write about. But it’s one of the two most talked about, argued about topics, “Religions and Politics”. AND you really shouldn’t.
More arguments are made over Religion and Politics.
Our political go around the environment in Canada is, four years of one party and they screw up, then, we vote them out. We then vote for the other party in. When they do a terrible job, we vote them out, and in the end, vote the other party back in. Are we that stupid to think that their party and their way of thinking have changed since the last time?
Yeah, we are that stupid. So, I call it a “Political go around” back and forth, back and forth.
In my view, Canadian political parties can say what they want during election time, and they do, whatever they think you would like to hear. In the end, when elected, they do exactly that. What they personally desire is, fulfill their childhood dream maybe, maybe clean up a few vendettas along the way or maybe, it’s not their fault at all, it’s just called” HUMAN NATURE”.
Political scientists would have you think there are a right and a left in government. They really believe there is a distinction between the parties. One party will always defend human rights, one defends the abortion, and the other, the right to or the right not to. But I don’t see a distinction between parties anymore. All parties seem to change the rules as they go, fit the environment and maybe that’s a good thing, change with the times.
HAVING SAID THAT: who can we vote for?
It is our God given right in Canada to vote and elect a party or leader that we can trust and hopefully do a good job for our country and or our community. When elections come around we all must get off our FANNIES to do just that. “VOTE” We have to exercise that right that most countries do not have.
BUT for WHO?
There is only one logical conclusion of how to get the right party/candidate into office. It has nothing to do with gender equality or whether the person is male or female, black or white. It’s not the party you vote for, it’s the person that you think will do the job they’re elected to do. Will that person do the best job possible, or will their ego get in the way, money or how about, old Vendettas. “now it’s payback time.” Will all that baggage get in the way of the bigger picture? THEIR ELECTED JOB.
The political go around the environment of today seems to say that I’m more right than wrong.
AS a CITIZEN of Canada, I have that right to vote and, I make sure that I exercise that right. With the World Wide Web you have no excuse not to do “major” research on the candidates of interest. Vote for the person that you think has a sound body and mind to give to the people what they were elected to do. Never mind the politician that pats the baby on the head or goes to the elementary school to show concerns for the people and parents on the high cost of bringing up your little ones. When they themselves are an only child in the family and they themselves have no children.
DO YOUR RESEARCH,
Google your candidate of interest, do your research and ‘Vote” wisely.
Here is an interesting “LONG” article on the political environment in Poland, there are some similarities, I’m glad I live in Canada