April 05, 2015

Top 7 ways Danielle Smith said goodbye to Alberta politics (mashup)

Rebel Staff
 

Danielle Smith had a tough week, ousted from Alberta politics after losing the Highwood Progressive Conservative nomination.

The backlash from crossing the floor from the Wildrose Party to the Conservatives was insurmountable, but she didn't leave without saying "goodbye."

The Rebel.media brings you the top seven ways Ms. Smith said goodbye to Alberta politics. 

(Don't forget to mention your favourite 'goodbye' moment in the comments!)

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commented 2015-04-19 10:57:35 -0400
When those Reactionary Rosies voted against a party policy stressing tolerance, that’s when Smith saw the writing on the wall. All that means is that the Wildrose will be chomping at the bit to launch Lake of Fire 2.0…
commented 2015-04-06 22:52:46 -0400
Danielle Smith made one big mistake, but her motives were good, and she doesn’t deserve the trashing she has taken from the right. Let’s have some gratitude for the work she did in building up Wild Rose into a contender that still has the Red Tories scared to death.
commented 2015-04-06 19:46:39 -0400
Peter Netterville – We’ll see in the next few weeks after the writ is dropped tomorrow.
commented 2015-04-06 13:30:57 -0400
To further my previous post, the multitude of taxes that Prentice is pushing ahead with will anger Albertans against him. I am fairly confident in that as I know we have been fairly well spoiled by the low taxes to date.
commented 2015-04-06 13:27:48 -0400
@ Valerie – " . . . and have ensured the re-election of the PCs . . ."
I wouldn’t be so sure about that. The Wildrose is now in the running after having elected Brian Jean. In a way I think it would help the Wildrose if Prentice called an early election as I am fairly confident that Albertans would see that as the opportunistic move it would be, giving him a bad image. This would help the Wildrose, imo. And if he waits for the appointed time for the election, then the Wildrose will have had time to properly get their feet.
commented 2015-04-06 12:45:18 -0400
What was wrong with being the Leader of the Opposition? Wildrose forced the PCs to adopt policies that will now fall by the wayside because of the betrayal of Albertans led by Smith. Thanks, Danielle; bang-up job there. You’ve saddled us with probably the worst Premier we’ll ever have and have ensured the re-election of the PCs. They may have been re-elected anyway, but Wildrose would have held them to account. My advice is that you find a job that doesn’t require you to be the least bit visionary. The Ontario Liberals would be a good fit.
commented 2015-04-06 09:13:46 -0400
By Danielle! Don’t let the doo…. SLAM!
commented 2015-04-06 08:21:51 -0400
Trivia: Did you know that the lederhosen wearing young boy in the Sound of Music cast is a Calgary geologist today.
commented 2015-04-05 20:55:51 -0400
Now pi** off, as Danielle would say.
commented 2015-04-05 16:56:17 -0400
All those with a political future “one step forward……….march”. Not so fast there Smith!
commented 2015-04-05 15:50:41 -0400
Too much to have is badddddd!!!!!
commented 2015-04-05 15:46:05 -0400
“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn”
commented 2015-04-05 13:56:00 -0400
Okay, this one was tasteful. (Unlike the earlier ones about Justin and Thomas)