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Actually Toronto has three NDP MPs. Vancouver has both Liberal and NDP MPs. But only Alberta votes sheep-like for one party. Is there any other province in Canada where all MPs come from one party?

Ontario federal election results:

1993 Election

Liberal-98

Reform-1

1997 Election

Liberal-101

PC-1

Oth-1

2000 Election

Liberal-100

CA-2

NDP-1

Norman, once again you have shown to be completely ignorant when you start spouting off your nonsense. It was only recently that we had two Liberal MP's, both were voted out because Paul Martin screwed up. Especially when Paul Martin failed to erase the so called democratic deficit, and by promising to get rid of The Notwithstanding Clause.

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Actually Toronto has three NDP MPs. Vancouver has both Liberal and NDP MPs. But only Alberta votes sheep-like for one party. Is there any other province in Canada where all MPs come from one party?

Ontario federal election results:

1993 Election

Liberal-98

Reform-1

1997 Election

Liberal-101

PC-1

Oth-1

2000 Election

Liberal-100

CA-2

NDP-1

Norman, once again you have shown to be completely ignorant when you start spouting off your nonsense. It was only recently that we had two Liberal MP's, both were voted out because Paul Martin screwed up. Especially when Paul Martin failed to erase the so called democratic deficit, and by promising to get rid of The Notwithstanding Clause.

Your own data refute your point. :lol:

Can you name one province in Canada other than Alberta which elected only MPs from one party in 2006? Or do you not understand the question?

And of course Vancouver and Toronto both elected NDP and Liberal MPs. But Alberta, sheep-like, elected only Conservative MPs in 2006. :lol:

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And who are you going to vote for if Harper pisses you off? The NDP? :)

Reform, like we did to Mulroney.

The basic concept in Alberta is we're going to vote for stablity, until you screw us. The Liberals haven't been elected in Calgary since the 60's because of how they screwed us. The PC's had Prentice in Calgary and that was it after Mulroney.

That's how Alberta works.

So continue with your smug arrogance of the rest of the country and reality, but it won't change the fact that Alberta can be any politican's greatest fear at the drop of a hat.

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Your own data refute your point.

Can you name one province in Canada other than Alberta which elected only MPs from one party in 2006? Or do you not understand the question?

And of course Vancouver and Toronto both elected NDP and Liberal MPs. But Alberta, sheep-like, elected only Conservative MPs in 2006.

No, I was pointing out that election 100 Liberals out of 103 ridings can be considered sheep like as well. Besides, I wouldn't consider it sheeplike, the Liberal's could have been successful in Alberta but no Albertan wants to give 9 unelected judges absolute power over the country.

As well your only using one election, look at the past five elections, and you will notice their has been more per-capita Liberal representation than Ontario in terms of the opposition parties.

Apparently getting 100 ridings out of a 103 isn't as sheeplike as compared to electing 24 Canadian Alliance MP's, and 2 Liberals.

Can you name one province in Canada other than Alberta which elected only MPs from one party in 2006? Or do you not understand the question?

Yes, Prince Edward Island. All MP's from PEI are Liberal's. and PEI has remained a Liberal stronghold since 1988. I'm not gonna call them sheeple, because I don't think people from PEI are all that bad for electing politician's different from mine.

So are you going to give all people from PEI the label of sheeple, clearly they are more deserving of the label of sheeple, no???

Norman, give me your response ASAP...

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I just figured they'd probably choose the French guy.
I hate to say it but that's basically what I did too, Argus.
The Decima poll was conducted over four days during the Liberal leadership convention and only concluded one day after Stephane Dion was selected as leader.

It suggested the Liberals had the support of 35 per cent of respondents while the Tories were at 31 per cent, the NDP was at 12 per cent and the Green party was at 10 per cent.

Given the wall-to-wall coverage of the Liberal convention, and the fawning reports of the Toronto media, I'd call that a major victory for the Tories.
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