Conservative Unity

Dear editor,
The biggest democratic deficit in Canada is the lack of opportunity for the electorate to change the government of the day. The success of a proposed merger between the Alliance and the P.C. Party will end the Liberals winning successive elections by default through vote splitting on the right.
There are too many parties in the House of Commons fragmenting the votes to the print that the Liberals formed government in 1993 with only 37 percent of the votes.
Canadians need a real option to the Liberals in the next election capable of forming government.
That is why I believe a merger of Canada’s two small ‘c’ consecutive parties is good for both our country and democracy.
With a reunited Conservative Party, our votes will really count. We will have the potential to throw out an unwanted government.
Peter McKay and Stephen Harper have earned our thanks for putting the country and democracy first. They deserve the support of Canada’s conservatives.
Yours truly,
Inky Mark, MP
Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette
1450 Main Street South
Dauphin, MB R7N 0Y4


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