From the equality of rights springs identity of our highest interests; you cannot subvert your neighbor's rights without striking a dangerous blow at your own. Carl Schurz

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

A nation of radicals

At iPOLITICS today pollster Frank Graves tells us that contrary to what Harper Inc and their shills in the corporate media keep telling us Canadians are not moving towards the right, in fact we are still quite firmly ensconced on the left of the political and social spectrum.

I've reproduced below three graphs to quickly demonstrate Graves point, but I urge you to go read the whole piece Canada’s government is trending right — Canadians aren’t, you'll be glad you did unless of course you consider yourself a big C conservative.


  1. The Harpercons are, as we knew, on the wrong side of history. Now if we can just get the election results to reflect the prevailing values.

    1. The issue I believe is that many have been convinced that what they wish for is unattainable and foolish, we need to convince them the opposite is true.