Justin Trudeau lost the popular vote to Andrew Scheer. Do American Democrats believe that Scheer should be the new PM of Canada?
Canada has a parliamentary system and the USA has a presidential system with an electoral college system. Do idiot Democrats honestly believe that the Head of Government should be selected via popular vote?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
stop breaking yahoo rules asshole
- JamesLv 72 months ago
- 2 months ago
It depends on the votes
- ZhuLv 62 months ago
I see no need to take sides in Canadian politics. You can vote Trudeau out any time, can't you?
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- KillmousekyLv 62 months ago
No, he didn't. In accord with a Parliamentary system that still uses the obsolete riding plurality electoral method, the Liberals elected 157 seats while the CONS got only 121.
- Ray SLv 72 months ago
No. American Democrats aren't the problem. Failure of the Electoral College to have done its job in 2016 is the problem.
Idiot Republicans don't understand that one of the purposes of the Electoral College is to keep fast talking conmen who aren't fit for the job from duping voters into putting someone like Trump in the White House. As it turned out, the general public was not fooled in 2016, but, the Electoral College was. Or, should I say that the politically savvy voters of the Electoral College put consideration of party above consideration of country?
If the Electoral College had had done its job honorably in 2016, the disaster of a Trump presidency would have been avoided.
- mustagmeLv 72 months ago
Even in Canada, liberalism is on the decline. In one election, Conservatives will have a majority government. Hopefully, our own Conservatives will how Canada's the way and move them further right.
- numbnuts222Lv 72 months ago
Parliamentary elections don't vote on who wll be the next PM, they vote in local MPs
- 2 months ago
Go fvck yourself.