November 09, 2015

WRSYW offer their ideas for next Conservative Party leader

Rebel Staff

Rona Ambrose has been named interim leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. Unfortunately for her supporters, this renders her ineligible to run for the permanent leadership position.

Jason & Matt devote this edition of "We're Right So You're Wrong" to floating ideas for Stephen Harper's replacement.

Former Blue Jays manager Alex Anthopolis comes to mind.

Or how about Justin Bieber, or Drake?

Or... well, watch to find out.


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commented 2015-11-09 13:37:49 -0500
What we need is our own Donald Trump.
Someone who is brassy and defiant and who will not retreat or cower when bullied and lied about in the MSM
We don’t need appeasers and compromise
.We need a man or woman who won’t promote the global warming hoax and who cares deeply about protecting our economy from green scams.
commented 2015-11-09 12:46:41 -0500
I vote for substance, not looks. Justin will soon be wearing his toupee, or maybe he already is wearing it. I would rather have PM Harper back, than watch Junior as he spins Canada into the hell that they have planned. Looks mean nothing, and those who think they do, shouldn’t be allowed to vote.
commented 2015-11-09 12:03:56 -0500
The Conservatives need to get someone Cool, Hip and Dumb . . . but Prettier than Justin . . . I am sure the lame-stream media would luv to portray the next election like a Canadian Idol episode . . . we could call it a “Dumb Off” . . .
Canada is about to join the gaggle of “Has Been Nations” who are mired in debt but have govts that “Feel” your Pain! lol
commented 2015-11-09 11:01:49 -0500
I was under the impression that the Conservatives can change that rule at their next leadership review…and they no doubt will if Ambrose performs well. Which I expect she will.