November 28, 2015

Best of... Michelle Rempel, Conservative MP immigration critic

Rebel Staff

I asked Conservative MP and Immigration Critic Michelle Rempel if she was prepared to ask the tough, politically incorrect questions that must be raised about the Syrian refugees being rushed into Canada.

What do you think?

Was I too tough on her?

Do you have confidence in her willingness to oppose the Liberal's refugee plan?


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commented 2015-11-29 16:24:55 -0500

If you’re going to defend another professional hack, like Rempel – and don’t deny it because that’s exactly what you’re doing – then you have thrown in the towel and prefer to live in ignorance.

Repel is a hack – a pretend opposition. She will be paid to sit there and say, “No. No. No.” although she will be perfectly to go along with the rig, collect her cheque, and waddle up to the pig trough. And I’m sure she can slop in it like the best of them, too.

There is something called Growing Up. It appears you have a lot of that to do.
commented 2015-11-29 15:40:16 -0500
AB Patriot – whatever you say, I’m sure that it must true, since you said it! How could anyone think they know anything, when you seem to have cornered the market on all rational thoughts and opinions?
commented 2015-11-29 14:50:42 -0500

Harper was just another professional political hack. His only interest was using the usual tricks to get into power and keep it. He was a centrist; but it’s centrist thinking that just Canada into this mess. There is no reason to miss Harper; he was the worst of a bad lot. Rempel has no business commenting because she talks says one thing and does another. I have no doubt she sees nothing wrong with bringing in tens of thousands of refugees from the Middle East – she thinks the same way they all do. She’s only interested in keeping her seat, collecting her cheque, and feeding at the pig trough. Typical professional hack.
commented 2015-11-29 14:43:59 -0500

Why don’t you run then? You will not. Why? Because it’s a rig: voters are unable to handle the truth, so they put their trust in liars, like Rempel. She is no different than Wynne, JT, Notley, or Ambrose, for that matter.

The only way real change will occur is if Canada is reduced to a Third-World basket case. People like Rempel will see to that.
commented 2015-11-29 13:00:02 -0500
Don’t look to the conservatives to get us out of this mess. They are still cowering in the corners to do anything constructive. I think it will be left to the people to fight for themselves this time. Western Canada, we need to leave. If the east wants an idiot for a PM they can have him.
commented 2015-11-29 11:45:18 -0500
I’m not excusing Michelle, but I’m wondering why those who don’t like the choices being put forward, don’t take up the mantle and lead. It is a strong leader that is required, one who sees that evil needs to be addressed head on. Those with an evil ideology have no morals, and no compassion for others, their need is to force others to bow to their evil. So we need a leader who stands firm, and does not give an inch, and I as woman, don’t believe Michelle is really aware of how deep the evil has spread. First you have to know the enemy, and I don’t think she does. I like her personally, and if we were dealing with conservatives only, then she would be one of the best, but given our current political circumstances, I don’t think that she has what it takes.
commented 2015-11-29 10:52:49 -0500
AB Patroit,I agree on a few things you said about Harper, but what bothers me was, Not 1 foot of Pipeline in 10 years: he let 7% of the population, the enviromental nuts push him around. The people elected him BOSS, he could have done it. By the way what does pussified mean?
commented 2015-11-29 10:48:04 -0500
Hope you have some really tough questions for their climate change critic too, Ezra. Such as, “We haven’t had any global warming in 15 years and this AGW BS is bankrupting our Country…why aren’t you standing up and saying that?”
commented 2015-11-29 09:51:10 -0500
Deborah Graupner: doesn’t excuse her from not doing her job properly. And she isn’t.

but AB patriot might be a good MP, you have a point.
commented 2015-11-29 09:00:52 -0500
AB Patriot – if you don’t think Michelle has what it takes, then why don’t you run?
commented 2015-11-29 06:32:42 -0500
Why doesn’t Rempel cross the floor and become a Liberal already?

You can see she wants to. She can’t handle being in the Conservative Party as it is.

This fake conservative party has no interest in fighting the cultural war that is brewing. They are throughly pussified and utterly incapable of formulating one, single piece of policy that is really conservative. The joke was calling Harper a conservative. There was nothing conservative about Harper or his government. He did everything wrong. Expansion of government, boutique tax cuts, creeping regulation… Harper would have been perfectly happy as a Liberal. And he’s going to sit there in the back benches when he should be considering leaving. What a bunch of numb nuts the CPC is.
commented 2015-11-29 00:21:33 -0500
As Donald says "The Conserative Party has no one with Energy’.
commented 2015-11-29 00:15:57 -0500
Michelle is a good average MP, but certainly not a star. The Party needs a Hell-Raiser to win in 2019. I see no one exciting on board right now.
commented 2015-11-28 23:32:45 -0500
Too many conservatives fail to realize that when they say things like "certainly we want to help . . . . " that they’ve given too much ground. They feel obligated to say this so’s not to sound, well, racist. So in other words, she may claim it’s not working, but in fact it is. They’re letting Lefty’s set the tone. This is what’s great about Trump. He get’s this, and doesn’t play along – AT ALL!! Also, I want you to think back to what grade you were in, when kids called each other names. Yeah, grade 3. THAT, should be the response of Con’s. Start calling them on their juvenile conduct. Have clever retorts prepared, so when they’re called a name, fire right back. (ahhhh, you gonna beat me up at recess? Grow up, don’t be juvenile, you’re going to get a detention or called to the principal’s office if you’re not careful).
commented 2015-11-28 23:10:01 -0500
I don’t like that she is not sure of herself.
commented 2015-11-28 18:47:20 -0500
I agree, to soft. Michelle should know by now that dealing with the brain dead leftys you need a big club or hammer and be prepared to use it over and over again. Platitudes, common sense and facts will never change a Prog. If being concerned for our security and that of our families is the new racism, then be proud to wear the badge.
commented 2015-11-28 18:04:21 -0500
She is a nice lady but she is too soft for my liking.
commented 2015-11-28 18:00:42 -0500
November 28, 2015
Dear Diary;
We’re off to Paris and already Gerald’s acting like a giddy schoolgirl. I must admit I’m quite excited too. I wonder if Sophie notices.
Of course the attacks there on November 13 are on everyone’s mind. I couldn’t help but remember that stroke of political genius back when B.O. was being criticized after that other thing, so he sent John Kerry over with James Taylor to sing You’ve Got a Friend. I remember everyone loved that. It went over really well. I said it then and I’ll say it now, political genius, there’s so much I can learn from B.O. I’ll ask Gerald, maybe he’ll be okay if we send Stephane Dion over with Neil Young to do the same thing. That would be excellent. Unlike that creepy Suzuki calling me a twerp, Neil’s been saying nice things about me lately.
Speaking of Gerald, I’m having one of those days, you know, when a song just gets stuck in your mind and you can’t get it out?
How would you like to be
down by the Seine with me,
oh what I’d give for a moment or two
under the bridges of Paris with you.
Darling I’d hold you tight . . .
Here’s the thing. Now reports are coming out from GlobeScan, and even from my chums at the BBC, which are saying worldwide support for changing the climate is on the decline. Oh crap, I wonder if I can get my $2.65 billion back?