|Blog Mimi Williams | Had the NDP not veered to the right in an attempt to capture votes, it might have been able to retain its principles while finally grasping power.|
|Blog Karl Nerenberg | An EKOS poll and a poll in B.C. both show a boost in support for the NDP following the election in Alberta. That should not be an occasion for gloating or braggadocio.|
A vote for the NDP is a vote for change; a vote for the Wildrose Party is a vote for the same old Tory dynastyDavid J. Climenhaga | Never mind the emerging "fright-wig campaign." It's time for voters to push the NDP lead in the polls into a majority in the only poll that really matters.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | If you want to defeat the Conservatives, or hold them to a minority, the professional pollsters are now telling us that the smart thing to do is to vote for Jack Layton and the NDP.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Negative advertising works against honourable statesmen and scurvy self-interested politicians alike -- but it takes time to carpet bomb your opponents.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The definitive election positions put forward by Prime Minister Stephen Harper are profoundly negative, designed to play to the darkest fears of Canadians.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Just imagine the damage a dogmatic neo-liberal radical like Stephen Harper could do if he didn't frighten voters so badly!|
|Blog Murray Dobbin | Preston Manning will just not quit. His latest political gimmick was a poll, released a month ago, that purported, to show that "More Canadians [are] leaning right."|