I did not describe the Liberal party because they are nothing note-worthy other than being 'shit stuck in the drain' where they are uncertain of their position in all this, and only criticize the Conservatives for being a 'dictatorial' party, and having a 'secret agenda'. Of course, this is true in a sense, but it never gave anyone any reason to vote Liberal; and that is why they crashed and burned. Luckily; Michael Ignatieff resigned later that day. I found it humorous how Mr.Ignatieff commented "I shall serve me country as long as it wants me to" and quit his job the following day.
Out of all the parties, I voted Conservative. Not because I particularly love their policies, but because if they would a majority government (as they did) they would gloat to the Liberals who would need drastic reform after the epic fail Mr.Ignatieff led them to, and hopefully get back a leader who is actually capable of listening to people, doing what they want, and serving the countries prime interests, and upholding a balanced economy. My final wish is that the Liberals will get Paul Martin back, who was a peoples man, but had to resign after a scandal over him owning a company and people thinking he will use his Prime Minister status to benefit the company; ... Which he never did! Should the Liberals get Paul Martin back on board, my vote goes to them!