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??? Is it or it isn't?

 

Yes, it is.

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The big night is now. Voted for an independent, and was thankful for the option to do so.

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The big night is now. Voted for an independent, and was thankful for the option to do so.

There was no independant in my small town! Can't wait to see how this one turns out!
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The big night is now. Voted for an independent, and was thankful for the option to do so.
Since the independent party cannot form a government in Canada, is that not a wasted protest vote?
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Since the independent party cannot form a government in Canada, is that not a wasted protest vote?

 

My Independent is Inky Mark, a former Tory MP, and someone who has some great ideas. He has a shot, and is a good voice for me and my riding.

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I'm not sure about Mulcair but Harper's suits are from Harry Rosen; and Justin Trudeau's suits are also most likely, in my opinion, from Rosen although they could be made-to-measure, not off-the-rack. When Trudeau was waving to the crowds as he was walking towards Rideau Hall to be sworn in that morning, I caught a good glimpse of his coat sleeve and I saw real surgeon's cuffs.

For the record, I loved the camel topcoat he wore on Remembrance Day. Trudeaumania is back!
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