Alberta April 23 election winner and loosers

April 24, 2012 at 8:38 am | Posted in Alberta, elections, Quotabull | Leave a comment

The opposing parties lost. They put political party ideology before the people and decided infighting amongst themselves was more important than working together for the common good of all. Riding after riding, add the totals and the opposing parties actually got more votes than the winning PC’s. almost 60% of the total vote went to opposing political parties.
But, because they could not work together, they spilt the vote in riding after riding after riding, so much so that I must question, if they are working for the PC’s. For their infighting once again, made it so a PC government was elected once more with less than half the vote.
The opposing political parties lost. Anyone of them that calls their sad sorry performance in the Alberta election a victory is delusional. Out to lunch, doesnt have it together, don’t know what they are talking about. Once again, the opposing political parties, all of them, lost. they lost big. they lost, because they cannot, could not and did not work together.
Ya, lets all start our own political party in opposition to the PC’s so we can make sure the PC’s are in power for another 41 years or more.

Alison Redford, her candidates and her political party ran a brilliant campaign. They appealed to the Alberta voter, had a platform the Alberta voter respected, and convinced so many to vote PC, that Alberta has a majority government once again and an opposition that is doomed to infighting, due to not working together, and that not working together will probably ensure that the PC’s have Majority governments in Alberta for Decades to come.
It looks like it’s time to buy a PC membership, if you haven’t got one already.

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