The only objection to FPTP is that "my vote didn't count ..."
... which has always struck me as being an extraordinarily childish reaction to electoral outcomes. But, then, I've always felt that 50+% of the voters are extraordinarily childish, so my reactions ought not to surprise anyone.
Assuming that we can agree that some people (how many? 15%? 25%? 35%? 60%?) do not like the outcome of any election in any riding then there are two questions:
1. So what? and
2. Who cares?
In my opinion
the answer to "so what?" is "So, nothing, see question 2," because no one should care ... my opinion, again.
But in 2015 enough people did care ~ even if, I suspect
, they had very, very little idea about that about which they professed to care ~ so the Liberals
now, do care ... sort of.
But it's a hideously complex subject, something that, I guess
, is dawning on Team Trudeau
, and they gave the file to a "token," rather to someone who might have been able to develop a workable strategy and sell the project to Parliament and Canadians, and now it is doomed to fail because too few people actually know enough about the subject to care at all.
My next guess
is that Team Trudeau
is working on some sort of quite meaningless electoral reform bill that the Trudeau toadies
in Elections Canada will laud as being a major reform to democracy itself, but which, despite being nothing at all, will allow them to put a check mark beside that promise in the 2019 campaign brochure.