Monday, January 02, 2006

Canadian criminals vote liberals.

Canada: They know who back weak criminal laws.

"....Shoemaker, who is into the eighth year of his sentence, says most inmates plan to vote for any party other than the Conservatives. Prisoners fear the Tories want to make life in prison harsher by taking away comforts such as televisions and stereos, he says. They also believe the Conservatives want to strip them of their right to vote. "We live in a volatile environment and if they start taking these things away from us, it will just create more problems and tensions." Under Elections Canada rules, inmates will vote with special ballots inside prisons on Jan. 13, 10 days before the general election. They may vote in the riding where they lived before going to prison, in the riding where a relative lives or where they were convicted."

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