Do you think the Conservatives will do a good job for Canada?
they now have a majority , so will that help them do what is needed or will they abuse the power?
Yes, I think they will do a great job in Canada, Canada, thus far, have done really well in general.. so we shall see, but I feel confident
Are you really trying to compare their conservative politicians to ours? Well that won't work. They're completely different! So I don't think anyone can answer this question clearly let and in a logical manner. The variables that have made our conserve the way they are, are completely different. Fir instance term limits. They have contributed greatly to way our politicians do gov.business.
Yes, I think the Conservatives will do a good job for Canada.
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