For the 2006 election, the Conservative platform was comprised of 5 major points.
But so far, the Conservative platform for the 2008 election is basically this: We're not Stephane Dion's Liberals, and we're not going to try to tax carbon dioxide. (Yes, the stuff you're breathing out right now, unless you're a plant, in which case you're breathing it in.)
Now I'm all for avoiding The Green Shaft, but I'd also like to see some additional election promises, too. At least that way, when the Conservatives form the next government, there will be at least tacit agreement from the populace that they should get to do a few things too.