Talk:CanadaVOTES: CHP candidate Stefan Jetchick in Louis-Hébert

Latest comment: 15 years ago by PatrickFlaherty



>> Your name:

Stefan Jetchick

>> Political party:

Christian Heritage Party of Canada

>> Riding:

Louis-Hébert, QC (uptown Quebec City)

>> New candidates: >> Why are you running for political office To try to educate voters about one of the most important problems in Canada as we speak. (Sorry, this is going to be a big long.)

A good political party must propose the best solutions to the worst problems. But, what is currently the worst problem in Canada?

To find out, we must think about the nature of all societies. What is one of the corner stones of a civilized society? Human rights! Think about it: What's the use of having well-paved roads, without potholes, if the police can arrest you for no reason? What's the use of eliminating waiting lines in hospital emergency wards, if your neighbors can kidnap your children and steal your car? What's the use of eliminating greenhouse gases, if you have no rights?

Now, given human rights are fundamental, which is the most fundamental human right? The right to life, of course! What's the use of having the right to three warm meals a day, if anybody can kill you anytime? What's the use of having the right to a decent minimum wage, if you're dead?

But currently in Canada, anybody can kill any pre-born child for any reason, from conception to childbirth. That is our worst problem: we live in a barbaric country where the right to life is violated.

>> why at the federal level Ideally, I would run at both the Federal and Provincial levels.

>> why this party

See answer to "Why are you running for political office" here above, and add to that the CHP is the only pro-life party in Canada.

>> and why in this riding? Lived here most of my life.

>> New candidates: Previous to this campaign, have you been politically >> involved? Very little. Ran for the same party, same riding, in 2006.

>> How will you apply your previous work/volunteer/life >> experience to serving your constituents? Experience ---> Effect on my political career

Canadian Armed Forces ---> Never back down when intimidated C++ Programmer ---> Keep citizens informed with my squeeky-clean HTML BA in Philosophy ---> Drill down into root cause of problems Conference interpreter ---> Communicate well in English/French

>> As you campaign around your riding, it's likely that some issues are >> mentioned more often by voters, than other issues. What would you say >> are the three hottest topics this election, in your riding? Actually, I prefer forechecking to backchecking, so I'm trying to control the agenda in my riding. Hence my Challenge issued to all candidates:

       Challenge To Politicians In Louis-Hebert!        Do you have the courage to come to Laval University for a        debate on abortion?        [Source:]

>> What would >> you and your party do to address these issues? Protect innocent human lives from conception to natural death.

>> Is there any misconceptions about you, your leader, or your >> party and platform? Are there any? A whole truckload! See FAQ for Louis-Hébert for a sampling of the most popular:

       2) Questions more specific to the Louis-Hebert riding        [Source:]

>> What seems to be the most effective, from your experience? To answer that question, I like the old joke about the business owner who said: "50% of my marketing budget is wasted. Problem is, I don't know which 50%!"

Seriously, I don't know. So far, I'm trying a combination of web site with many detailed explanations, short flyers handed out door-to-door, and welcoming Radio-Canada journalists when they ask for interviews (three in three weeks so far).

God bless,

Stefan Jetchick

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