November 20, 2016

“Centrist” Alberta NDP running up “largest per capita deficit of any major province since the Second World War”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On Friday's show, Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter joined me to talk about the current political landscape in Alberta, including Jason Kenney's bid for the PC leadership, and the NDP's laughable new attempt to brand itself as "centrist."

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commented 2016-11-21 02:50:03 -0500
Brad Trost is the most common sense conservative for the job..
He is a man with a working background and it’s not a professional politician… He is what Canada needs right now..
commented 2016-11-21 02:31:27 -0500
Raj… When the money stops flowing you’ll know exactly where Alberta is..
commented 2016-11-21 01:51:55 -0500
Where the fuck is Alberta?
commented 2016-11-21 01:16:41 -0500
Kenny lost my support when he came out against Kellie; he can’t be trusted; just a political opportunist!
commented 2016-11-21 01:11:36 -0500
Her goal is to destroy Alberta! She has an agenda and another 2 1/2 years to accomplish it. By then we will be so indebted we may not be able to recover! I want my Alberta back!
commented 2016-11-21 00:44:50 -0500
A Hunter said..
“I wouldn’t object as strongly to PC merging with Wildrose provided they purged the liberal element first”
And I say… The PCs cannot drift in on the coattails of Brian jeans hard work.. They must die a natural death because that’s the only way to ensure the purging of the liberal element, and let the Wild Rose carry out their good work in the next provincial election… Only Brian Jean has stated publicly that he will reverse the damage done by Rachel Notley. The PCs would not remove the carbon tax or any of the other laws loke bill c6 because they like all the rest can’t wait to get their hands on the money…
Brian Jean and his people are the only ones that can right the wrongs in this province in the next election… Don’t worry about a split vote because just vote wild Rose it’s real simple…!!
commented 2016-11-20 20:14:36 -0500
YAY! The province is going down the toilet. And lefties call this progress.
commented 2016-11-20 16:26:08 -0500
When the big demonstration happens in December, the chants should include “NDP – Never again”, “NDP will never get re-elected”, “Wipe the NDP off the map”, “Notley, Queen of Incompetence”, “Motley Notley: resign!”, “Down with the Stalinists”, along with a good many Notley effigies being burnt so everyone can keep warm in the cold. You know, put the fear of electoral revolt into the clouded NDP minds..
commented 2016-11-20 16:13:12 -0500
A Hunter said, “If Jason Kenney wins the leadership, many votes that would have gone to the Wildrose could shift to the PC’s.”

I have been saying that since Jason announce his intention to run for the PC party leadership.

I have little doubt that Mr. Kenny will win the leadership. My Kenny has also indicated that he wants to merge the parties in a similar fashion as was done for the federal Conservative party.

So I guess two questions remain: 1) will My Kenny force out the red Conservatives first, and 2) will Mr. Kenny lead the PC party to merge with the Wildrose, or the other way around.
commented 2016-11-20 14:45:00 -0500
I agree with A Hunter. I will not vote PC again! They are not conservatives, they are liberals at best! I will be voting Wildrose for the third election.
commented 2016-11-20 13:28:44 -0500
I like Jason Kenney, but I don’t know that I want him to win the PC Leadership. The PC’s are infested with liberals, as evidenced by Sandra Jennings – a PC Party leadership candidate – defecting to the NDP. If Jason Kenney wins the leadership, many votes that would have gone to the Wildrose could shift to the PC’s. I would hate to see a vote split between the two parties, allowing the NDP to win by default. I don’t see Wildrose merging with the PC Party and as a WR member would object to it – though I wouldn’t object as strongly to PC merging with Wildrose provided they purged the liberal element first (PC is a tarnished, unsalvageable brand IMO). If Kenney doesn’t make leader, i’m less concerned about a vote split because I don’t think they’d muster enough support under any other candidate to pose a threat to WR. Just my $0.02.
commented 2016-11-20 12:56:08 -0500
I live in AB and I most certainly did not vote for this communist government. Notley has been taking lessons from Wynnie in ON. Both are colluding with the UN and the Trudeau government to destroy Canada. They had to take out both ON and AB down to do it.
commented 2016-11-20 12:35:30 -0500
Albertans voted this government in, so it is too late to whine about it now! Perhaps in the future, Albertans will be more careful to whom they give their vote. I feel sorry for the few Albertans who voted for other parties, but you did not get your act together to stop the NDP!
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