Actually, we've seen that the incumbent advantage is often much more fickle than is often believed. Kim Campbell - 1993 - being an obvious example. John Turner - 1984 being another.
Wow. That is shocking, damning evidence that the election was rigged. Even pollsters with rigourous methodology and trained staff could not get it right. But your exit polling methods sound unassailable. 47 friends and friends of friends... plus 7 in Montreal. The ultimate stratified random sample!! Clearly you need to summarize the results of your scientific survey and present it in a court of law, so this travesty can be righted. Or should I say lefted?
It's in the May 16 Macleans - which came out on Thursday, May 5. That makes no sense at all, I know. But such is the magazine industry. Magazines are dated two weeks ahead to make them seem more current. Kind of like the auto industry - where 2012 models are already hitting the show rooms.
He's been posting the same link to the same nonsensical blog for a week. Clearly he has - um..... issues.
What is it with you "progressive" types that you must resort to gay baiting as soon as someone angers you? I thought that was kind of... you know, the sort of thing you were against?
He's going to dismantle your cherished version of Canada, or so we hope.
And that wonderful platform of the Liberals was enough to capture 18% of the vote. But blame negative advertising if you like.
Three in a row. That's a hat trick. Ladies, please feel free to send your fan mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course you meant 'tween'. Twelve year old tween with braids. And you don't scratch Tim Horton's cups, you roll up the rim to win. Other than that, a wonderfully coherent and insightful post.
So people who don't travel much all read comics and live in caves? Thanks for reinforcing my point.