May 04, 2016

“The parties don’t matter”: Rick Orman of Alberta Can’t Wait talks about the “unite the right” movement

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Former Alberta PC MLA Rick Orman is now part of the team behind "Alberta Can't Wait," one of the "unite the right" movements taking shape in that province. He came on to talk to me about his group's big meeting over the weekend, and his opinions on what needs to change.

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commented 2017-08-31 23:47:37 -0400
Anonymous….Yup, exactly, you nailed it!
If the media is going ape shit, then we’re/they/whomever is on the right path.
commented 2016-05-05 19:03:58 -0400
Because the Federal Reform party was so in a hurry to get elected, they united with the PCs, the establishment took over and the now the united Conservative party is the same old politically correct, Quebec butt kissing Brian Mulroney Tories.

Learn from Trump – be politically incorrect, fight back against those who call you bigots, in fact go after the politically correct male, white, christian, bashing left
commented 2016-05-05 10:23:03 -0400
Why is it that they can’t let things alone and let the WR and PC’s work toward common ground? The reason we have a rogue NDP government is because of those like Rick, who are interfering and causing more problems than necessary.
commented 2016-05-04 13:22:23 -0400
If parties don’t matter Rick, run as an independent.
commented 2016-05-04 13:09:08 -0400
Orman is right – political parties don’t matter. That is, unless, you’re another CINO waiting for your turn at the trough.

Parties that defend true conservative values, however, do matter; and there are none in Canada at this time. Nor will there ever be, as CINOs appear to be everywhere.

Texas is better. Real conservatives live in Texas.