Why I'm glad an Election is coming

“If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.” - Emma Goldman</em>

It’s clear by now that I think that voting is mostly a pointless exercise. While it’s the pillar of democracy, it’s also proof that any system can and will be gamed by people who are looking to fully consolidate their power. This post is going to focus on the pitfalls and flaws of the current system we have in Canada, and why I’m stoked about this election.

Things die on the order paper</strong>

This is the best thing about an election. Bullshit bills don’t get the chance to turn into laws, and instead die on the order paper. This is great news, especially when it comes to the following bills: