Monday, December 19, 2016

Harvey Bishop Jim Bean Wahhhhhhh! Pout! Pout! On May 6, 2015, there was no bribe cheque in the mailbox. The Alberta PCs were kicked out. In 2019, vote for the Alberta PCs. Your dictators, your bribe money. Because scandals like the $34.5 billion electricity deregulation disaster, the $26 billion North West Upgrader fiasco and Alison Redford's $10 billion tobaccogate lawsuit scheme isn't worse than the Federal Liberals $250 million Adscam. We had legitimate reasons to kick the Alberta PCs out. They, or any political party like them must be kept from ruling Alberta. Like · Reply · --------Susan Csapo Pc lines the rich pockets and they took more then we'll ever know..Never get my vote in this lifetime...-------Julie Ali Harvey Bishop While I agree with you that the PCs were ineffective, I don't find the NDP any better. I think Alberta will go Wildrose in the next election. Like · Reply · 1 min Julie Ali Julie Ali Susan Csapo And you think the NDP are any different than the PCs? They are PCs themselves--the NDPCs. Just look at their acts and not their chatter--http://www.friendsofmedicare.org/wodak_sundrehe 2015 NDP Election Platform promised to create 2,000 public long term care beds [not to close public beds and shifting to private supportive living], and to “end the PCs’ costly experiments in privatization, and redirect the funds to publicly delivered services. They are short-changing Alberta seniors by not creating enough long-term care beds and relying on expensive, for-profit delivery of inadequate assisted living and homecare. Hansard records for Monday, March 14, 2016 and Tuesday March 15, 2016 show an interesting role reversal; the Wildrose protesting shutting down long-term care beds and laying off nurses in Sundre, and NDP Health Minister Hoffman explaining that they’re not really losing LTC beds, although there might be a slightly different level of care the number of beds is increasing from 15 to 40. The Minister’s lines could have been written by any of the Tory Health Minsters in the last dozen years.--

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J.E. Molnar Surely people didn't expect Jansen to get any justice from the PCs did they? Albertans rarely received any justice from them for 44 years, so why should one of their own be any different. No wonder she left the PCs. Thankfully, they are soon to become a footnote in Alberta's political history.
Jim Bean Wahhhhhhh! Pout! Pout! Pout!
Todd Mackenzie Way to be 6 again, Jim. Wanna show me on the doll where life touched you inappropriately?
J.E. Molnar Jim Bean, I think your pilot light just went out.
Harvey Bishop Jim Bean Wahhhhhhh! Pout! Pout! On May 6, 2015, there was no bribe cheque in the mailbox. The Alberta PCs were kicked out. In 2019, vote for the Alberta PCs. Your dictators, your bribe money. Because scandals like the $34.5 billion electricity deregulation disaster, the $26 billion North West Upgrader fiasco and Alison Redford's $10 billion tobaccogate lawsuit scheme isn't worse than the Federal Liberals $250 million Adscam. We had legitimate reasons to kick the Alberta PCs out. They, or any political party like them must be kept from ruling Alberta.
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Susan Csapo Pc lines the rich pockets and they took more then we'll ever know..Never get my vote in this lifetime...
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Mike Olesik J.E. Molnar was there one there in the 1 st place?
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Carco Smith 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Carco Smith Todd Mackenzie 😂
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Jim Bean Carco Smith the trained seal.
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Jim Bean Trump is President .... it's a great day! HAHAHA!
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Julie Ali Harvey Bishop While I agree with you that the PCs were ineffective, I don't find the NDP any better. I think Alberta will go Wildrose in the next election.
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Julie Ali Susan Csapo And you think the NDP are any different than the PCs? They are PCs themselves--the NDPCs. Just look at their acts and not their chatter--http://www.friendsofmedicare.org/wodak_sundrehe 2015 NDP Election Platform promised to create 2,000 public long term care beds [not to close public beds and shifting to private supportive living], and to “end the PCs’ costly experiments in privatization, and redirect the funds to publicly delivered services. 

They are short-changing Alberta seniors by not creating enough long-term care beds and relying on expensive, for-profit delivery of inadequate assisted living and homecare.

Hansard records for Monday, March 14, 2016 and Tuesday March 15, 2016 show an interesting role reversal; the Wildrose protesting shutting down long-term care beds and laying off nurses in Sundre, and NDP Health Minister Hoffman explaining that they’re not really losing LTC beds, although there might be a slightly different level of care the number of beds is increasing from 15 to 40.

The Minister’s lines could have been written by any of the Tory Health Minsters in the last dozen years.
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