Monday, February 18, 2019

York-Simcoe feels real true Blue

Being a High Tory Conservative riding all but two terms of Liberalism York-Simcoe would be a safe bet for a return to another Tory like the former Conservative MP Peter Van Loan it looks to replace with federal Conservative Party candidate Scot Davidson, yet the federal Liberal candidate Shaun Tanaka has been running since the provincial for the Grits, running along in the byelection are federal New Democratic Party candidate Jessa McLean, the Green Party candidate Mathew Lund, with Progressive Canadian Dorian Baxter, People's Party of Canada Robert GeurtsLibertarian Keith Komar, National Citizens Alliance Adam Suhr, and perennial Pauper John Turmel amongst the fringe. Usually with byelections one expects the normal 75,570 valid total eligible to 48,111 valid total voters from the 2015 general election to drop by around half, more or less around 24,055 should be par, with the top issue of the byelection being the Montréal based Surveyor Nenniger Chênevert-Lalonde Valois International Limited engineering, procurement, and construction services company scandal Trudeau Liberals has been the biggest talk on the street. The Twenty Fifth of February will be easy to see, however Davidson and the Tories likely gain 47% and win the seat, Tanaka and the Grits place second with 33 percent of the vote, McLean and the Neodemos take up third with 9 in percentage, as Lund and the Greens finish with fourth at less than 4%, while Progressive Canadian candidate Baxter fight for fifth starts with 3% or more and Geurts and the People's slide into sixth with 3% or less as this is High Tory country of Mulroneyite Progressive Canadian Sinclair Stevens not Libertarian Nationalist Reform and from the fringe I actually think the best of the rest goes as follows Libertarian Komar sixth, National Citizens Alliance Adam Suhr seventh, and Pauper Turmel eighth.

As York-Simcoe feels real true Blue especially with a Ford Nation Tory fuelled win provincially behind them, does this mean Trudeau will use this provincial Conservative opposition in Toronto to fuel a federal Liberal opposition in Ottawa leaving Scheer down and out then gone like the Wynne, if so then are we not back to all the same old status quo political tricks of the past both Doug and Justin promised the people they would not play?

Like Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberals, the Justin Trudeau Liberals federally continue to intervene and institute their own rules just to anger those Tory premiers across the land, which should peak in their power once the pipeline politics and new National Energy Program of Trudeau elect Jason Kenney to office in AlbertaHowever, as the former Reform to Alliance to Conservative party goes back to being like the old Progressive Conservatives, Tory leader Andrew Scheer should have learnt here is principled grassroots politics trumps pragmatic astroturfed politics, one cannot fix or specially endorse political race for nomination primaries or general election campaigns for the gain of your own agenda especially if that agenda is diametrically opposed to one espoused by the general membership you are supposed to be leading, nothing wrong in being different but completely remaking and doing over the whole program so it no longer can recognized ideologically by its followers throws ones leadership into question at best and worst chaos and calamity in a time you need to create solidity and stability. The brand new populist movement Bernier now leads proves that the political elite and the main stream media industrial complex establishment still think not just that only they know best, as recently shown in the Trump Clinton United States Presidential Election where political talking heads, pundits, and pollsters got it wrong over and over again, but they even afterwards still refuse to listen, understand, and begin getting the message that we the people want to say to its government and societal institutions.