> In article <IZe1x.firstname.lastname@example.org>, <ßeaverßemail@example.com> wrote:
>> And just look at the individual party leaders on the issues most important to
>> Albertans . . . note which ones are still talking 'no corporate tax increases'
>> as *their* main platforms. Some parties just never learn.
>> CBC News Posted: May 01, 2015
>> Alberta election poll: Economy, jobs top election issue, says ROI
>> Return On Insight polling shows government accountability also high priority
>> The Globe and Mail - Thursday, Apr. 30 2015
>> Alberta election: Where the parties stand on the top campaign issues
On 03/05/2015 5:09 AM, The Doctor wrote:
> There are about 5 or 6 opinion pollsters in this campaign.
What does that have to do with this topic?
I'm pointing out how - even tho' the economy & jobs are tops on voters' minds -
the political party leaders are still talking about corporate taxes and
cutting still more jobs across the public sector.
IOW: I'm pointing out that the Prentice PCs are still concentrated on issues
that Albertans are not concentrated on.
I'm pointing out that your Liberals are concentrated on "doubling funding for
arts and culture" ((+_+))
I'm pointing out that the Wild Rose will 'freeze wages' on the working level
voters - while *not* raising taxes on the fat corporations which pay only a 10%
Is any of that resonating with those of you reading anything here? Or do we
have to go to the 75% of the people in Alberta that are saying they've had
enough and want major change?