an underrated moment
an underrated moment
… There’s a very important conversation to be had there.
If this is being brought up shouldn’t we also addressing the age of the politicians in places of power tho?
idk why introverts have a reputation of being quiet and shy people who’d rather be alone. have you ever been friends with an introvert who’s decided you’re worth their time? we turn into the clingiest, most needy pieces of shit on the planet because there’s so few people we actually can stand
That’s exactly what all the people should know.
photos from dubai’s 828 meter tall burj khalifa (save the first and last photos, which show the building) by (click pic) daniel cheong, karim nafatni, bjoern lauen and dave alexander. duabai only experiences this in september and march, when seasonal changes in temperature creates an abundance of early morning fog. (see also: fog over new york, london and chicago)
Canada could have a minority Liberal government with an NDP official Opposition a year from now if current trends continue, according to a new EKOS poll conducted jointly for iPolitics and Radio-Canada.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives, who have ruled Canada since 2006, risk being relegated to the back corner of the House of Commons unless they can turn things around in the coming year, the poll conducted by EKOS Research indicates.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are well out in front with 38.5 per cent of the vote. The Conservatives are at 26.4 per cent, with Thomas Mulcair’s NDP in a close third at 25 per cent. However, the NDP leader has the highest approval rating and the New Democrats have the most potential to grow, leading EKOS President Frank Graves to conclude the NDP could form the opposition, despite its current third place standing.
“The next Parliament, if it were to be created based on the poll that we have, would see a strong minority Liberal government with a sizeable NDP opposition with Mr. Harper reduced to a third party, rump status,” said Graves.
The poll of 1,671 Canadians was conducted October 10-15. It is considered accurate to within 2.4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
However, the numbers also indicate there could be some surprises in store between now and the next federal election, scheduled for October 19, 2015.
It is NDP Leader Tom Mulcair who has the highest approval ratings at 58 per cent, compared with 46 per cent for Trudeau and only 30 per cent for Harper.
Moreover, Graves says the NDP has the most potential to grow. While the poll found the New Democrats in third place, it also found they were the second choice of 30 per cent of respondents – especially Liberals.
“When you look at Thomas Mulcair and the NDP there is reason, I would think, for both the Liberals and the Conservatives to be concerned,” said Graves.