Well, I'm talking about the American one you're so valiantly defending...
Trudeau? Eh, another centrist... Not much will happen...
Do you wear plaid and stripes together too?
Why yes! I do! Sometimes with an Hawaiian shirt and a carnation. The colors are beautiful, and it's easy to find a dance partner.
It's one thing to pine for some generic 3rd party candidate, another to think either Stein or Johnson are worth a good god damn.
Better than Clinton or Trump, at least worth the shot. But, I guess you would rather people not vote and take the chance... Fine, live with Trump then, and don't complain too much.
Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, the conversation is a little more nuanced.
Yeah, well, it's all mumbo-jumbo bullshit. The Animal Planet explains it much better.
Thanks for confirming my suspicions that you are, in fact, a Republican!
No, thank you for confirming your irrational bias that makes this conversation a wash! Democrats are just as beholden, and act accordingly, just like the republicans. In addition to your obvious bias you are only blaming the object of desire and not the desire itself, where the real problem is. And still, the blame lies with the voters who (re)elect the bling. Only they can turn all that money into confetti.
Because the requirements for amendment are so high: 67% of both HoC, or 75% of all States.
A good safety valve to prevent a simple majority from being the dictator. In other words, something closer to an actual consensus, which is much more valuable than mere polarizing 'democracy'. I fully agree with those requirements.
Hehehe, spoken like a true conservative.
Makes no sense, but, whatever. Your so-called 'liberalism' is subject to opinion and seems highly doubtful with your tendency to appease. But then using the Canadian party definition could explain that.