Dryden’s Answer: If I was talking to an NDPer who said that the Kelowna Accord, child care, education, the environment, poverty are issues they care deeply about, then I would tell them that the key to knowing which way to vote is core to understanding yourself. Now we are faced with a government with whom we have strong differences, they are going the wrong way. That’s not just rhetoric anymore, that is crystal clear. Look yourself square in the mirror and ask what your choices are? You may not like your choices. Do you believe in the party you have always believed in? If you vote for this party you believe in; you’re going to lose these things that are important to you. Is your belief in the party the strongest, or is it the issues? If you believe in those things then you cannot vote NDP or even Green (vote Green in Central Nova).
You have a choice though. Are you going to support what you believe in or the party you believe in? Harper is a a one man show, if he gets the keys we are in deep trouble. Dion believes in teamwork. We have to work together to overcome the Conservative agenda for Canada.
Trivia: Ken Dryden is now a Toronto Liberal MP. He won six Stanley Cups with the Canadiens during his eight NHL seasons, went to the finals 8 times, and five times was awarded the Vezina Trophy as the NHL’s premier goaltender. He also won the Conn Smythe Trophy before he became Rookie of the Year.