Here is my logic: The Conservatives will have as a central plank the removal of the $1.95 per vote Party subsidy. The Liberals and the Bloc in particular have not been able to raise money yet somehow foolish bankers still lend it to them. I believe that TD Bank as much as the Liberal leadership will force the Liberals into a Coalition to ensure they don't default on their campaign loans. Since repealing party welfare will be a campaign promise for the Conservatives, it will be considered part of the mandate of a newly minted minority or majority Conservative Government.
As we saw in 2008, the loss of these taxpayer funds is unacceptable to the socialist parties. Mandate or not, the only way to keep the party welfare will be to Coalition. The only way to prevent a Coalition will be to elect a Conservative Majority Government.
There you have it. It really is majority or bust.
I'm sure you've read and watched and heard all the assurances that there will be a Coalition of left wing losers. You've heard it from the Prime Minister and Ministers and all the MPs on down to the lowliest blogger and supporter.
You haven't heard it from the MSM until very lately. Only courageous voices like Roy Green and John Ivison have been able to surface. The CBC and CTV have repeatedly asked the question "is there really going to be a Coalition? Is this just a Conservative boogey-man?" They pretend not to have two brain cells to rub together but don't you believe that either. It's you who they think has only two brain cells give or take. Questioning the Coalition makes it more likely. If you vote Liberal, you vote Bloc and you vote NDP at the same time. Does that help you or does it help those parties and Big Media and Big Unions? Does the Coalition help you, or does it help the groups that hold you back?