Letter: Unite the right just a PC ploy to regain power

The Wildrose Party is a bigger threat to the NDP provided they don’t merge with the PCs.

I have voted PC in Alberta all my life for the simple reason that there no alternative. This is, until the Wildrose Party was formed. And, the Wildrose would have been in power today had Danielle Smith not crossed the floor.

Now there is talk of uniting the right. This is just a ploy by the PCs to regain power. The NDP was elected on a protest vote. The electorate had enough of PC mismanagement and were equally as ticked with floor crosser Danielle Smith. The NDP do not pose a threat to the PCs, but they are definitely afraid of the Wildrose.

So, what is going to happen now, Brian? Are you going to sell out to the PCs also?

Lloyd Wongstedt, Red Deer

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