mariazmess said:bull shit - people are stupid and obviously need to be forced to do something as opposed to nothing. eventually, people would just stop voting all together and we'd be right back where we started with monarchies or dictatorships.
Colm said:May has eroded a lot of the good work Jim Harris did, and all for what? Three hundred thousand more votes and a massive debt. No one, including the NDP, is touching those guys with a ten-foot pole.
The media gave her the gears for it.R4V4G3D_SKU11S said:I definetely thought this was a curious move. Was she ever questioned on the matter?
Following are the leaders' carbon footprints as measured in tonnes of emissions created by their travel itineraries during the campaign.
* NDP: 586.1
* Conservatives: 514.4
* Liberals: 503.4
* Green Party: 2.5
wee! you love me, shush.Sal De Ban said:now i can freely say how crazy i think she is
agreed. when someone finds an answer to that, wake me.akiras said:Mandatory voting addresses the symptom but not the real problem. The real question is why people feel apathetic to begin with.
OTIS said:"All of the parties except the Conservatives purchased offset credits to compensate for their carbon footprint. "
Flashy_McFlash said:It's a right, not a responsibility.
I don't want every meth-head out there voting for the first person on the ballot whose name is an anagram for 'crackpipe'. Just because you have to vote doesn't mean you're going to educate yourself about it.
I still want to know where the money is coming from to enforce this.
kyfe said:why? it does seem to work but I don't know if it would be successful in CDA though