How Canada eliminates ineffective government

By J. DeVoy

It disbands it in a vote of no-confidence, as is happening right now.  This is a fairly regular occurrence in Canada, and something that, in some ways, would warrant salivation among the politically disillusioned here in the U.S.

3 Responses to How Canada eliminates ineffective government

  1. evrenseven says:

    Funny how that horrible socialized healthcare never seems to come up for debate, even among hardline conservatives. Same with the U.K….

  2. Dowew says:

    I wouldn’t call this a regular occurrence. We’ve been waiting FIVE YEARS for this government to finally fall. And last time this almost happened the Prime Minister called the Queen and asked her to essentially put the government on pause for four months until he could get his shit in order.

  3. groanan says:

    And this is all done without guns and bloodshed? Maybe we don’t need the second amendment down here in the States to protect our ability to revolt against our own government after all.

    To be on the safe side I’d rather have an automatic assault rifle though.

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