July 20, 2016

“Kenney-hating” PC MLA Jansen tweets she’s “glad” Notley stacked OSAG with anti-oil radicals?

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator
 

Sandra Jansen is glad Tzeporah Berman and a handful of other radicals will be deciding the fate of Alberta’s energy sector.

It’s true. The Redford loyalist, Kenney hating, Federal Liberal supporting PC MLA likes the makeup of the Oil Sands Advisory Group (OSAG). She tweeted:

“The more diverse the panel, the better the opportunity to get it right. I’m glad we are welcoming opposing views.”

Welcoming critics and offering balance is far different than what Rachel Notley has done with the OSAG.

Notley has stacked the group with NDP proxies who have spent their lives lying and maligning Alberta, campaigning against our nation building pipeline projects and working to un-employ thousands of Alberta workers.

And Sandra Jansen is “glad” these people are sitting on the panel?

I’m glad Sandra is being honest. People need to know she’s a big “L” Liberal in a blue dress.

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commented 2016-07-21 23:32:51 -0400
Bill Elder
Good for you, unless people start to realize that what your saying is true, we don’t stand a hope in hell in this PROVINCE. I would love to see what would happen to Trudeau’s beloved Quebec if the NDP happened to get majority in his province, I could guarantee you one thing there would not be one single westerner that would shed a tear or feel pity for that matter over there loss. We also do not need another planted PC/lib in our province trying to push a bullshit global warming agend, so they can fill there pockets with more money grabs as well as ruin the very thing that they abuse on a daily bases, driving cars, flying around the World, using plastics in other words things that will not disappear for a very long time because of the resource that they are trying to destroy because of a hatred that was inplanted and ingrained into them by a dictator well growing up or another Country’s dictator because they are either being bought off or brainwashed or just to dam stupid to know the difference. We have a leader and his name is BRIAN JEAN and the one thing he does know about is the Resource that we rely on in this country and you can bring any PC you want from Ottawa but can you possibly trust any of them at this point in time, it will take someone that is willing to sit down discuss the issues, merge the parties and allow BRIAN JEAN to run the show and help him do it right. Not try to push your way to the front just so you can play the big shot so it can say the PC PARTY OF ALBERTAN< who gives a shit, just make it work before there is nothing left to work.
commented 2016-07-21 04:38:36 -0400
Peter Netterville.. I appreciate your quandary… It seems to me however that your “problem” can be readily solved by Kenney himself getting off the pot and “defining” what he sees as being a true conservative… If he clearly “positions” and “articulates” his definition of who he is, what he believes in, who he believes are conservatives, and what are conservative values, then the choice quickly becomes razor clear… On the other hand, if he blurs or obfuscates or tap-dances around such definitions then that speaks volumes as to who he is; can he lead; and does he deserve the loyalty of conservative Albertans… I appreciate, that given Alberta’s recent history – i.e the Wildrose “brain fart” defection – the good people of Canada’s most conservative province are more than tired, tired, tired of “political games”… Time to Clear The Decks, eh?… But, it’s now up to Kenney – no bobbing and weaving – to make that difference…
commented 2016-07-20 20:37:43 -0400
Peter Netterville—The first thing Alberta Conservatives must do is make Sandra Jansen and many like her , an Independent; in other words fire them immediately.
As an outsider, I can’t believe any Con. would vote for her ; even the CBC has women less Liberal than her.
commented 2016-07-20 19:34:53 -0400
@ Bill Elder

You know, I completely agree with both you and Peter Babich. All I am saying is that there will still end up being three “conservative” parties. Now in my opinion, any party that is not a conservative party as you have described is not really a conservative party at all, but that is not how many people who view themselves as conservatives think.

I really do not know the answer as to how to make a single true right wing party and get rid of the rest of the pretend conservatives.

Just look at how many people still voted for the PCs last election even though they went socialist.

With Kenny in as party leader, he will steal back much of the original PC vote, and then we are either back to a PC majority or three conservative parties splitting the conservative vote in Alberta.

How would you solve this problem? I know I cannot figure a way around it.
commented 2016-07-20 17:09:16 -0400
DAVID GREEN… Your generalization about women politicians casts too broad a brush… Since you mention five decades let me remind you that in that time span we have had Margaret Thatcher in Great Britain; Vaira Vike-Freiberga in Latvia; and now Marine Le Pen in France and May as PM in Great Britain… All have proven to be “iron ladies” that conservatives could love…
commented 2016-07-20 15:14:28 -0400
Peter: The need for ideologically pure right of center party is the only way to amiably amalgamate all centrist and right of center factions – being inflexible in rejecting neo-left regressivist politics is a MUST – there is no room for neo-left agents and policies in a centrist-right party – it is a survival reflex at this point – the one thing ALL right and centrist factions can agree on is that neo Lib-left policies are extremism repackaged as progressivism and the electorate rejects this because extremist policy always takes on autocratic force to install it – the electorate is either wary, disgusted or repulded at top down pressure-fed public policy – the electorate trends towards populism politically and fical conservatism economically.

A single party, by what ever name and means it takes to form it, must embrace centrist populism and reject leftist radical ideology and social extremism.
commented 2016-07-20 14:59:43 -0400
And again I say vote Wildrose and unite the right. I don’t care who is running the pc party, they will never again get my vote.
commented 2016-07-20 14:36:00 -0400
Peter Babich said, “You see why I say the PC party is too far gone to rebuild?”

What is going to happen is that by next election three will be three “conservative” parties of various flavours of conservatism that will split the right vote.

With Jason Kenny leading the PCs, the Wildrose will lose seats to the PCs. The third conservative party that will be created will also take a few seats.

All of this because everyone is so damn effing stubborn to flex any at all.

The same positive trait in conservative minded people is also their failing … independent and self-reliant also equals stubborn and head strong.
commented 2016-07-20 13:10:24 -0400
I’m sorry to sound sexist, but this is why women should not be allowed to vote or hold political office. Woman always vote for and support a larger welfare state and the destruction of all economical support systems. One of the main reasons why the western world is in the shape it is in is the welfare/childcare state that women have pushed us into over the past five+ decades. It is going to be the downfall of western civilization. Notice how so many hard-left-wing politicians and activists, which are the same thing now, are women.
commented 2016-07-20 12:50:13 -0400
Jenson is another visible indication the PC party is not a conservative party but the Liberal party in blue drag.

I first noticed this when Klein opened the PC membership to anyone so they could cast a leadership ballot – I came face to face with many federal liberals who were working in the guts of the party and rigging nomination processes to favor their fellow travelers. Stelmach and Redford presided over a fully Liberal infiltrated PC organization – it has been CINO party for 3 election cycles.

The reason these skulking Liberal hacks go to the electorate under the PC banner is because the Liberal brad is so loathed by Albertans that they realize they would never be elected under a Liberal red banner – so they infiltrated the PCAA. Kick them out of PC orgs and make them seek office under their ideologically correct banner.

This is why they rail against Kenny and this is why I say Kenny can do nothing with the PCAA except fold it into Wild rose or collapse it and start a new Conservative party under a new name (Like the Alberta party) and fold Wild Rose into that – at qny rate, he has to purge the party of reds/liberals and become ideologically pure – He can run a big tent for the sundry right of center and centrists ( libertarian, populists etc.) but any party that allows the regressed neo-left to infiltrate its ranks will ultimately pay the price when these red autocratic policies clash with the increasing centrist populism of the electorate.
commented 2016-07-20 12:31:25 -0400
How did this CTV skank Jansen make it into the PC party in Alberta?

Drop the progressive shit and dump this bitch and all her other liberal shit bag friends.
commented 2016-07-20 12:01:35 -0400
You see why I say the PC party is too far gone to rebuild?
commented 2016-07-20 11:48:05 -0400
Could you imagine if Jansen and Lukaszuk made a baby? There would be a debate to introduce forced sterilization. Get the right united and turf the infiltrators.

Notley,Wynne,Jansen, Monsef,McCenna, Freeland, Phillips, McCuaig-Boyd,Hoffman, Clinton, Boxer, Pelosi, Warren are among the current list of female politicians. What a proud time this must be for the woman’s movement. This group looks more like a bowel movement.

DJBT,STPC and Winnie and Nutley, please
commented 2016-07-20 11:45:01 -0400
One more blond nut bar .
commented 2016-07-20 11:38:32 -0400
Jansen is auditioning for the front bench of the Non-Democratic Party for when she crosses the floor, maybe the invisible energy minister’s chair since it appears vacant.

Either that, or a plum patronage appointment from Notley. That would make more sense because the Non-Democrats could claim to be non-partisan in their partisan appointments by appointing a P/C.

It will be one or the other before the year is out.

One thing is certain, Jansen is not auditioning to represent her constituents but only herself. This makes her an ideal fit for the Non-Democratic Party.
commented 2016-07-20 11:36:37 -0400
She had better be scared of Jason Kenney.
commented 2016-07-20 11:16:04 -0400
I see her with her clothes off now , she’s a bare naked Marxist Liberal
commented 2016-07-20 11:06:04 -0400
This is what I was talking about…, the PC’s in this province are a joke. They would all fit in very well with the NDPiggs.