Conservative Supporters, It’s Time to Get our Act Together

I know I haven’t posted in a long, long time.  I’ve had a lot going on in my life the passed few months. I finally had my dental implants replaced on top earlier and am still going through the process and healing, was busy with family issues, gardening and other things.  I will do a separate post about the dental implants and how that’s going but this post is really about how we conservative supporters both in Alberta and federally get our act together and start to work hard towards defeating Rachel Notley and her wrecking and Justin Trudeau and his cabal in the up coming elections in 2019.  I know it seems like still a long ways off but really it isn’t, both elections will be here before we know it and there is much to do. It takes time to prepare.  The Alberta provincial election will be in the spring of 2019 and the federal election will be October 21, 2019.

Both Notley and Trudeau have done so much damage we cannot tolerate another term of either of them.  We cannot allow either one of them to get re-elected.  If you look the latest polls, they look fairly well for conservatives both federally and provincially but we must take the polls as a grain of salt and not rest on our laurels. To take things for granted will not get Jason Kenny’s UCP or Andrew Scheer’s CPC elected.  Both of them need every grassroot conservative soldier on the ground to work hard starting now!

Each one of us can do something.  Join your local electoral district riding association and get involved. Call the UCP HQ and or CPC HQ ask what you can do to help. Maybe you can knock on doors or make phone calls. Or maybe you can help get the vote out on election day.  You can get the message out by speaking directly to your friends, neighbors, co-workers, and relatives.  Call into the talk shows. Start a blog, get on Periscope, Youtube, etc.  Whenever there is a rally near you, try and attend and show your support. The fact is we must all do our part.  We cannot sit back, do nothing, and hope that everything works out. If each one of us do something we will win, if we don’t well you can easily predict the outcome.

We have to be prepared for unions, special interest groups etc. that spending a lot of money trying to prevent Jason Kenny’s UCP and Andrew Scheer’s CPC from gaining office.  We have to be ready to counteract.

Don’t forget also we have the media against us.  They hate conservatives and will actively campaign against us in favor of their party and leader on the left. Be ready for the lies, the spin, the out right fake news.  We’re going to have anticipate it and be ready to immediately fight back with the truth getting it out there and making it go viral.

I think for all you Ontarians, you have an eletction next year.  You have your chance to get rid of Kathleen Wynne. You must not let grass grow under your feet if you want to defeat her. You must get busy. I’m sure unions etc. will be in full force in Ontario as well to make sure Patrick Brown’s PC’s don’t elected.

So conservatives, gird your loins and get ready for battle! We have to take the country back! Don’t be afraid to stand up for your province and your country. Don’t be afraid to show your patriotism!



Alberta Wildrose and Progressive Conservatives Have a Tentative Deal

Jason Kenny, Leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservatives and Brian Jean Leader of the Wildrose Party announced yesterday a tentative deal to merge the two parties into one.  The name of the new party would be the United Conservatives.

Although it’s a positive move in Alberta politics, there is still plenty that needs to be done before we can be breath a sigh of relief.  The deal still has to be ratified by members of both parties with at least 75% approval.  That vote will take place in July.  They’ll need to establish an executive and constituency boards. Next  a leader will have to be chosen. The leader of the new party will chosen at a convention in October.  Then they come up with platform and find candidates all in time for the next election in 2019.  So there is still a lot of sausage that needs to be made.

I for one am pleased by this effort by Jason Kenny, Brian Jean and the committee who came up with this tentative deal.  It’s a good first step into getting rid of the destructive Rachel Notley and her NDP wrecking crew.  All conservative minded individuals should get on board and support this because without a united conservative party, the NDP will most likely get another term.  Think about that!


Brian Jean In Favor of Uniting the Right





It looks like uniting the right in Alberta to defeat  the NDP in 2019 is closer to to happening.  Wildrose leader Brian Jean stated yesterday he was in favor of bringing the PC’s and the Wildrose together to form a new conservative party but with conditions in which I fully agree with. He says a majority of his party want unity so he’s on board.   PC leadership candidate Jason Kenny is also working on  the PC side to bring the two parties together.   Brian also indicated he would run to be leader of the new party.

Jean is now foursquare behind one united conservative party if Jason Kenney becomes leader of the Progressive Conservatives in March and comes knocking on Wildrose’s door.

Jean himself says a majority of his own party want unity. He is on board with unity.

In fact, Jean is so much for unity, he throws his hat in the ring for the top job of a united conservative party in a race he says will happen this summer.

That is, if Wildrosers approve a unity agreement with the PCs.

“Let me be clear on this point. I plan to be Alberta’s next premier,” says Jean, in a seven and a half minute video released Thursday.

He proposes conditions for unity.

The first is to “preserve Wildrose’s legal framework as the foundation for a single consolidated conservative party governed by the grassroots.”

Preserve Wildrose’s legal framework? It’s not quite clear what that means.

The province’s chief electoral officer says one option could be for one party to deregister or become inactive with its members joining the other party.

That party could then apply for a new name.

Kenney says he’s “not going to get into legal argy-bargy at this point.” The PCs haven’t even decided to come to the table yet.

Jean wants all members — Wildrose and PCs — to be respected as equals.

Members will decide the new name.

Jean says the leader of the new party must be in place by the fall.

Jean worries about Notley calling an early election while conservatives figure out how to be in one party again.

“Our party’s survival has been put at risk by that type of cynical and jaded politics in the past.”

The Wildrose leader says the new party “must be committed, firmly, to the principles and common sense policies that have driven the Wildrose party.”

You know, individual freedom, fiscal responsibility, religious and civil liberty, equality of opportunity …

There are certain things that have to happen before we see a new united conservative party in Alberta.

Jason Kenny needs to be elected leader of the PC’s

Both parties need hold a vote within the membership

If memberships from both parties are in favor of a merger, the process will begin to form this new party.

-both parties need to be dissolved

-founding principals, constitution needs to be figured out

-figuring out what happens to funds raised both within the Wildrose and PC’s

-a new name for the new party

-both leaders will step down from their respective parties and a new leader and executive etc. for the new party will be chosen

-and much more

So you can see there is much to be done before we have a new conservative party in Alberta in place.  If you are a conservative in Alberta you should get behind this merger so we can get rid of the Notley regime and their destructive policies totally destroy this province.

By the way, I think the name of the new party should be “The Conservative Party of Alberta.”  What do you think?  Just no progressive in the name.