The CPC is not the same party as the Liberal Party even though O'Toole foolishly tried to shift left a bit in a vain attempt to attract Liberal voters.
The CPC is for lower taxes, not the Liberals. The CPC supports Israel's right to exist and defend itself against Islamic terrorists like Hamas or the Iranian regime, etc. while Justin and the Liberals tend to be Islamist apologists and Sharia law apologists.
There are plenty of other differences, but if you see some similarities, that's due in part to the Conservatives being centre-right and Liberals generally being centre-left, so they have the centre in common. That's not a bad thing and is a way for any disgruntled Liberal voters (like I used to be after 9/11 and Liberal pandering to Islamists) to jump ship to vote and/or join Conservatives instead just like I did many years ago.
Union loving carbon tax implementing climate change alarmist pandering globalist.
Otoole went to the left to try to win the disaffected liberals without realizing that he was alienating his base.
The ppc is the only party in canada that stands for freedom, for free speech, and for canadian culture.
If the Conservative Party was the same as the Liberal Party, then Conservatives would have a guy who wore blackface as their leader and have no problem with that.
Only the Liberals could be so hypocritical to virtue-signal about "inclusion" and "diversity" and racial equality and standing against racism while not objecting to Justin having worn blackface on a number of occasions. Only the Liberals would forgive such a thing when we all know if it had been Harper or O'Toole in the same situation, Liberals and their lapdog media would NEVER let that go.
The PPC didn't have to win seats to cause Conservatives to lose seats (which they did) to Liberal candidates. If PPC votes had gone to Conservatives instead in certain ridings, Conservative candidates would have clobbered certain Liberals, but even without PPC erosion, it doesn't appear that Conservatives would have won a minority government, but PPC voters didn't help.
Yeah I can agree with that. It's why I didn't vote PPC even though I really wanted to. Their platform is real conservative whereas O'Toole's pandered to the climate change shit. But I didn't want libs so I went to the strongest chance to get little potatoe out of office.
Yes, I agree and that's more or less why I voted Conservative despite not being crazy about O'Toole or his stupid carbon tax support (and I say this as a card-carrying Conservative) because I wanted Justin gone. Sadly, PPC voters couldn't focus and see the big picture.
Many PPC members claimed they wanted to win a few seats and that made me ask them why they would support the PPC party if it would only win a seat or two at best and had zero chance of winning a minority or majority government. It made no sense to me.
Conservatives were the strongest chance against Justin even if I liked some of the ideas the PPC had to offer..