Monday, November 30, 2009

Taking Action

I have decided that I can longer sit on the sidelines while a divided left remains at each other's throats; facilitating the Conservative grip on power. I voted Marxist-Leninist in the last election, though I have voted NDP in the past. I have not been entirely pleased with Layton's big business approach to Economic policy, and I prefer a more grassroots movement. We need to replace Stephen Harper from the Captain's Room and replace him with a leader of who can maintain a Grand Coalition of the left wing parties and finally take this country down a glorious path.

I have grave concerns that the Harper Delegation at Copenhagen will only push us farther away from global consensus, and that if we do not act soon there could be a cataclysmic climate shift in our lifetimes. It is critically important that we put aside our past difference and unite under a common banner. If you total all the votes from the Liberals, NDP, and Green and put them into a single basket, the new coalition would have 176 seats. I'll take first past that post!

The political power acured would easily allow us to keep pace with the rest of the world in ending the threat of climate change by redistributing wealth to the impoverished world. Suffering will end, and peace will prosper. This is what we must do. The guerrilla techniques innovated by Mao do not work in a stable parliamentary democracy, and thus it is imperative that we work peacefully within the framework of our legal system. Invite all left wing parties to a binding policy convention on every subject, and that majority opinion will adequately reflect the true will of the people.

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