Make ex-Wildrose MLAS face byelections

For years, the Wildrose Party has referred to the Alberta Conservative Party as deceitful, liars, untrustworthy, self-serving, abusers of taxpayer dollars, etc. etc. etc. They boasted about holding the Conservative Party’s feet to the fire and make them accountable.

For years, the Wildrose Party has referred to the Alberta Conservative Party as deceitful, liars, untrustworthy, self-serving, abusers of taxpayer dollars, etc. etc. etc. They boasted about holding the Conservative Party’s feet to the fire and make them accountable.

Now we hear that Wildrose MLAs have crossed the floor and join those dastardly Conservatives. Even the party leader, Danielle Smith, is crossing over.

What a crock of typical political bullcrap.

Are you freakin’ kidding me? Do you have no shame or conscience? This is pure unadulterated self serving BS. Any Wildrose MLA who crosses the floor and joins the Conservative Party should have to give up their seat and have a byelection. And if that doesn’t happen, which it probably won’t, then the voters need to boot their keesters out of office in the next election.

There are two words to describe anyone who crosses the floor to the Conservatives: traitors and liars.

Just because the Conniving Conservatives have a new leader doesn’t mean the old leopard is going to change its spots. They’ll be just as deceitful, just as untrustworthy, just as self-serving, will continue to abuse our tax dollars, and lie to us all the while they’re doing it.

And like idiots, Albertans will take it.

Dale Stuart

Red Deer

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