Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Notley gives Quebec a veto over Alberta's future

Ezra Levant:



Notley and her extremist crew seem to, in very short order, be confirming what should be Albertans' worst fears about an NDP government.

The good better news, Albertans are noticing.  According to a recent Mainstreet/Postmedia poll:
"... if an election were held immediately, more voters would cast votes for the Wildrose Party than the governing NDP." 
 But still, four years of majority NDP government will be plenty to inflict massive damage.

Update: Brad Wall's reaction, following which Ezra asks and answers:
"Ten years ago would you have ever thought that Canada's best premier, best economy and clearest advocate for free enterprise would be from Saskatchewan, and that the most anti-oil socialist premier would be from Alberta??
"Yeah! Me neither."


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

oldwhiteguy says........ there are so many stupid people in positions of power in Canada that it makes one question the intellect of the entire electorate, stupid, stupid, stupid. even with knowledge of Notley's past the idiots in Alberta still voted to allow her and the NDP to destroy Alberta's economy. stupid, stupid, stupid.

newcenturion said...

That's what happens when most voters get their "news" from Facebook and have the attention span of a gnat.

Anonymous said...

That's what happens when you get poor governance.
People will fall for anything that offers "Hope nd Change."

The people of Alberta were fed up with being treated like sheep.

Luckily our current PM has offered excellent governance.
Still there will b a cetain segment that will fall for anything new and shiny.

JR said...

Climate hysteria promoted by socialists and environmentalists with agendas beyond "climate" + a gullible media that thrives on doom and gloom + stupid, vote chasing, tax and spend politicians = economic disaster.

We ain't seen nothin' yet, I'm afraid. The current set of moronic planetary do-gooders, (which clearly excludes Brad Wall) are intent on suppressing fossil fuel development and consumption even though the net effect on climate will be somewhere between nil and unmeasurable.