Yesterday’s game against the Stamps was a debacle, but that’s not what I’m talking about. Today is Canada’s federal election, and I’m still undecided. Followers of my blog will know that until recently I voted NDP, but Jack Layton’s position on, among other things, the Afghanistan mission turned me off the leftest party. So I voted Conservative. Now, I’m in the same position on the other side. While I think that by and large, Harper’s Cons have been doing a decent job governing the country, there are a couple of things I disagree with enough to not want to vote for them. First off, Bill C-61: the Canadian DMCA. The Cons are poised to introduce this bill without any of the changes that have been bandied about in the four months since its last introduction.
Now, I’m not so desperate as to vote Liberal, and Smilin’ Jack has yet to set out any policies that would bring be back to orange, so I may just hold my nose and vote Con, but we’ll see… unfortunately, spoiling the ballot is not an option.