Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Sask Liberals and Can. Taxpayers: The tale of two Daves

Fighting for Taxpayers: The tale of two Daves
Taxpayer Federation's topdog Dave is indicating that David Karwacki and the Sask Liberals may be contenders in the next election. I think possibly the Liberals will be cutting out the NDP seats in the cities while the Sask Party takes many rural seats.

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At 6:45 p.m., Anonymous saskfishtales said...

I don't the Dave MacLean was suggesting the Liberals will be a powerhouse in the next election, but that they may gain some momentum after two annihilations in the previous two elections. I suspect Karwacki should get elected. Beyond that, probably very few.

The good news is the Liberals apparent swing to the fiscal-right fills the gap left by the Sask Party after it moved more to the centre in order to gain voting power in urvan Saskatchewan. Unfortunately, the Sask Party's move left fiscal-conservatives without a voice in the current legislature.

At 6:46 p.m., Anonymous saskfishtales said...

Sorry about the typos.

At 7:11 p.m., Blogger Saskboy said...

I'm sure he wasn't, too. But considering the Sask Party lost by essentially 2 seats a couple elections ago, even if Karwacki and another Liberal win seats then it could be enough to break up the NDP dynasty. The NDP were a disaster for most of SK, since as far back as 1992, and we sure can't afford another 4 years of their "vision".


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