April 05, 2016

Wall’s big win should give all Canadian conservatives hope

Rebel Staff

When Stephen Harper lost the election last October, I said a factor was that he had fatigued voters after nine years; and that the media was against him, and the unions, and universities, and NGOs.

Well, Brad Wall is in his ninth year as premier, and the Saskatchewan media is against him, and the unions, and universities, and NGOs.

But last night he won a third majority in a row. Wall's Saskatchewan Party got 63% of the vote. Incredible.

Let’s see what happens in Manitoba’s election two weeks from now. If they get the courage to break free from the NDP, we’ve got ourselves a little trend. I hope so.

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