Don Martin on projected minority: “Voters are always right”


Don Martin says the parties must take responsibility for their fates as all signs point to a minority government of some stripe on Monday.

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39 Comments on "Don Martin on projected minority: “Voters are always right”"

  1. Sure, for example: the States elected trump….voters are never wrong??

  2. You’re overpaid . . . with taxpayer subsidies.

  3. The polls are not always right.

  4. Scheer has no plan other attack Trudeau


  6. Nineteen Sixty-Nine | October 18, 2019 at 11:02 PM | Reply

    Voters are always right in the sense that they make the choice and decide who will become the next PM, but the decision they make is not always logical and rational. This saying that “voters are always right” is complete BS.


  8. Alberta Patriot | October 18, 2019 at 11:57 PM | Reply

    The only spewing I see is the government paid propaganda from the MSM .

  9. I would rather Vote for the same devil than a different one.

  10. What in the hell has Andrew Sheer ever done for this country? He’s been a politician since he was 25; he’s now 40 years old and has been living off the expense of tax payers for the past 15 years. Andrew Sheer could retire today and would live better than MOST working Canadians. You want this guy as a leader? Give me a break Canada!! Wake up!

  11. I hope we get a Scheer Majority.

  12. Elisapeta Ludlow | October 19, 2019 at 12:47 AM | Reply

    3 VOTED for PPC last week from same house Hold in Fort McMurray Alberta. Prayers for MAXINE BERNIER. Lord help save Canada.

    • Elisapeta Ludlow it’s a waist of a vote ppc and conservative are the same thing ppc has no chance that was a very dumb vote

  13. Do you think maybe someone should look into the Hillary obama Russian scandal with Justin. Maybe Just maybe there is a journalist left that would actually look at this. And why was obama meeting with Justin. To cover up nuclear scandal ? And a slew of other things. If you know what I mean

  14. You forgot the influence of HOW DARE YOU Greta has on the undecided millennials, they grasp onto 1 issue feed to the public in 20 or 30 second sound bites. That turns the vote into a trending issues vote. Another major issue is, what the hell is a trending 16 year-old doing in Canada, 4 days before the election? On the subject of Greta, her message is nothing but criticism & blame. Not 1 single suggestion on how to make things better.

  15. SkyAFluidInMotion | October 19, 2019 at 3:06 AM | Reply

    So glad it is coming to an end. I can’t stand to hear any more garbage come out if Trudeau’s mouth.

    Trudeau didn’t deliver on his last election promises, failed to balance the budget and egregiously overspent, leaving a huge debt for our Children and even their Children.

    Trudeau must go Oct 21.

  16. Jeffrey Silver | October 19, 2019 at 9:16 AM | Reply

    Trudeau is crock. Does anyone remember that he Obstructed justice. Is he above the law? How could anyone vote he back in power.

    • That’s why we need to vote Conservative, and then hold a public inquiry to have Trudeau charged for his crime.

  17. I wonder if voters truly understand how many ethical violations have been made under the Trudeau/Butts regime

  18. The polls show that Justin Trudeau has totally divided the country, So sick of them saying Scheer has no climate plan his plan is to take it Global which is the best plan. The air we breathe is Global

  19. Sometimes voters have a mental disorder.

  20. The Greens are a wreck. The NDP aren’t really surging, but hopefully they’re splitting left vote. The bloc are stealing the Liberal vote in Quebec.

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