There is a growing movement in Alberta to unite the right.
There has to be a coming together of conservatives in Alberta under one umbrella to stave off another NDP government. But the question on everyone's mind is what that needs to look like. How will it all happen? Will conservative Albertans go back to the Progressive Conservative party? Will they continue to migrate to the Wildrose Party? Will the parties merge, or will a third party on the right emerge?
I’m curious. I have my own ideas. A lot of them. But I have an open mind. So I investigated a couple of different groups that seek to facilitate a united conservative movement in Alberta. I went to an Alberta Prosperity Fund event in Edmonton and an Alberta Can’t Wait event in Red Deer.
Watch my video to find out what I saw at these events and to hear my humble conservative opinion about the best way forward for Alberta’s right wing.
One thing is certain, everyone on the political right needs to swallow their pride. The conservative movement had an ugly divorce but now it’s time for us to get along for the sake of the kids: my kids, your kids, kids not yet born.
They are the ones that will suffer for our conservative pettiness now.