Thursday, April 7, 2011


April 7, 2011
Ask a leader: Our Editorial Board is speaking to Green Party Leader Elizabeth May today. Here's your chance to suggest a question we will ask. Leave your question in the comments below. We'll publish the question and answer tomorrow morning.
Andre Vellino How would Elizabeth May feel if the Green vote tipped the balance in the election and gave the Conservative party a majority parliament by splitting the non-conservative vote (e.g. like Ralph Nader did in the U.S. election of 2000?
Re: Andre V. At every election to which I have been a party or a voter, the Liberals and the Conservatives have used these scare tactics in an effort to prevent free voting. I have heard these arguments about splitting the vote for 50 years and it is a slap in the face of democracy. It forces weak people to support politicians they do not believe in. Don't be intimidated. If you want to vote at all, vote with your conscience and not out of fear! Leave the polls with the feeling you have done what is good and honourable.
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