Originally Posted by ClingRap
The average election in Canada costs between 250 and 300 million dollars, which has pissed a lot of canadians off.
There really isn't any sort of major issue that stands out, other than the PM being disgruntled that all of the other political parties can't stand his politics and his consistent push towards privatization, smaller government, fewer social programs, lowering taxes while not addressing budget shennanigans.
Wow, then I don't want to know how much the american elections cost.
IMO it sounds like the "typical" problems that all the countries use to have nowadays, although it doesn't make them smaller.
Think that what I like less are the privatizations, I have always thought that if a private company can get benefits, goverment should be able to keep it without losses ( public things aren't to get benefits, but to give services for the people).