Tuesday, March 28, 2017

June Hofer Notley is CLUELESS.. Like · Reply · 41 mins Julie Ali Julie Ali Actually she is pretty strategic. She had bad advice for the first two years with the Brian Topp guy but he is gone. The NDP folks are now returning to their kinder, gentler persona just in time for the next election. Some of them like Sarah Hoffman are making the rounds of their communities perhaps sensing the discontent among voters who hired them. In my case, I did vote for Dr. Bob Turner who is a nice man but I don't think I will vote NDP again. They aren't doing anything for seniors, they have not kept their promises about the 2,000 long term care beds, Alberta health and AHS are still stagnant and apt to go back to poor practices of the past in terms of policy making in the continuing care system and in general, there are no deliverables that I can detect anywhere.

I was shocked to read Paula Simons’ account of O’Leary’s vitriol. He makes Donald Trump look like a civilized gentleman.
Re: "Notley takes the right approach to O'Leary's mean-spirited rant," Paula Simons, March 25 Let me be clear: I am not a supporter of a good number of our premier's policies.
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Art Sayers As a lifetime PC guy O'leary just convinced me to vote for another party. I have yet to meet an Assho##e who I will ever give the time of day to much less vote for.
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William Marion Sr. Go liberal! We're going to win
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Alvin Ho That speaks to your loyalty to Canadian values instead of any particular party. Bravo.
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Julie Ali William Marion Sr. I doubt the federal PCs will win until they come out of the dinosaur era.
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Molly Kulczycki Paula Simons saying Rachel Notley "simply has a gift for looking like the only adult in the room and of making her critics look foolish" makes me wonder if Paula had been under a rock lately. The way Rachel, Hoffman, Phillips and Ceci have been behaving in question period is atrocious! Add the jabs at Brad Wall and her arrogance towards another province's business. But she looks like the only adult in the room? Come on Paula, give your head a shake!
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Dina Flathers Paula Simons is clearly nonpartisan when it comes to the NDP!! So tired of reading her biased reporting. Get lost Paula!
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Kurt BP They all take jabs, including Brad. He tried to be the popular one by taking a jab at Justin and the carbon tax. His comments were along the line of, we shouldn't be taxing people during this economic downturn. On March 22 he released his budget full of taxes. So which one is it? Do what I say not what I do.
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Dean Cail Molly, Wall felt free to pass judgement publicly repeatedly on various AB policy. Did you censure him then? Perhaps you should familiarise yourself with the recent SK budget not to mention the GTH land controversy and Boundary Dam fiasco and consider the source.
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Gregory Paul Gavin Simply put Notley know the down falls of conservatism and is simply pointing out the realities are dire for Alberta
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Harvey Bishop Molly Kulczycki You spelled Wildrose wrong. The Wildrose MLAs are the ones who are behaving like juvenile idiots in the Legislature. They must be copying what the Alberta PCs were doing for so long. The Wildrose hasn't got any plans for anything, and can't even produce a shadow budget.
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Jim Brown Dina Flathers why did you read the article? Or did you? Are you simply taking an opportunity to be rude? What's your real motive? Wow everyone thinks you're cool now.
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Mike Olesik Dina Flathers Then youshould read Lorne Gunter in the Sun.
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Julie Ali Dina Flathers Paula Simons is a very reasonable person and I don't see any sort of bias in her reporting. Why should Paula get lost? She works for the Edmonton Journal. You on the other hand could take a walk.
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Julie Ali Dean Cail The Boundary Dam tax grab for subsidy of a project that adds to the electricity bills of citizens was clearly a big mistake but it added to the bottom line of oil companies I do believe. Why Mr. Wall did the deal is beyond my understanding. But we all pay for this Carbon Capture and Storage project--money was also provided by the federal government.
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Julie Ali Gregory Paul Gavin While the PCs were poor managers I don't actually see any difference with the NDPCs. We simply have changed brands for the same old politics and poor performance in Alberta. The GOA culture of secrecy, no deliverables and spin continues.
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Roddy Rowdy I never read such a bigger lie! So revenue from resources do not leave the province? Explain why Alberta was paying much more per capita then anyone else, and receiving nothing back? I would argue that if we had butterfly farms instead of oil, this would not be the case.
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Harvey Bishop Allan Hayman is correct. The Alberta PCs, after Peter Lougheed left office, were extremely corrupt disasters and virtually depleted Alberta's finances from multitudes of very costly scandals and neglect. Many people in Alberta simply cannot and will not accept that fact.
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Julie Ali I am also curious who paid into the Tapcal Trust Fund and if they got special treatment for their contributions.
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Lois Kostura Lost all respect for O'Leary, another man that knows nothing about politics but because he has money thinks he can run the country. His behaviour so far shows his ignorance
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Mark Wilson Im a hard right wing Conservative and I would never vote for O'leary
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Brian Zack The best thing the federal Conservative party could do is to send O'Leary back to Boston
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Bill Dolman Roddy Rowdy - Alberta pays more income tax per capita because it's income per capita is higher. But that's not the point. You're essentially saying (notwithstanding the Quebec dig) that Canada, as a country, shouldn't be "evening out" economic opportunity. OK. That's an argument (I don't agree with, but we can agree to disagree).
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Gregory Paul Gavin In fact Notley did talk about Alberta being leaders on CO2 emmisions in Alberta . The RW trolls weren't listening , Just like they have no clue what transfer paymeents are or what equalization is . poor dumb Conservatives , I feel sorry for them
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Jeff Hedrich You mean to say the NDP is a leader in CO2 emissions based on the carbon capture program and renewable energy programs and carbon tax that were put in place while the conservatives were in power? Name one new carbon reduction program that the NDP has come up with and actually implemented.
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Gregory Paul Gavin Jeff Hedrich Name one OK, carbon tax on tonnage of emmisions . Carbon Capture is a epic failure , Ask Brad Wall
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Harvey Bishop Gregory Paul Gavin Ed Stelmach wasted $2 billion on carbon capture and storage. The Alberta PCs, after Peter Lougheed left office, wasted more money than that on multitudes of very costly scandals since 1986.
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Julie Ali I don't think all Conservatives are dumb; nor do I think all NDP folks are bright. In fact, I believe voters are the ones who hire these folks and we often make mistakes.
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Bruce Elliott in the end it does not matter tiny trump will get in and the sewer rats will once again prevail.
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Mark Wilson You get that hes running Federally, right?
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Bruce Elliott So which outstanding candidate should be voted in we are batting a 100.
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Kendyl Hudson Lol don't expect to know anything past Social 9. He never got his grade 10
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Julie Ali The sewer rats will prevail but no matter who we hire, the game is still identically played in the GOA.
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René Gadacz-Gould He keeps making a fool of himself. Wonder what his mother and friends think of him.
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Glyn Williams Paula is poorly informed on resource revenues and balance payments...
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Bruce Elliott Albertans wanted change and that's all they have left in there pockets CHANGE.
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Bruce Elliott well the pinkos got in here and that is working out stellar?
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Bruce Elliott I watched the NDP decimate B.C NUMEROUS TIMES enjoy the ride it will not get better.
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William Marion Sr. Edmonton journal - oleary is not a politician and doesn't know diddly! Cover a real politician ! Stuff like this is why your paper is a joke
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Tony Coleos Why is Notleys government planning 6 years ahead ... the next election is in 2?
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Mark Wilson No Roddy Rowdy. Im against big government and government intrusion in my life. I could careless who you sleep with
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Dean S Astill His name calling reminds me of Hoffman. Neither have no place in politics
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Julie Ali Well at least the rodent remark showed voters her true character. A politician does not often show us what lies inside. In the rodent remark we understand that we are held in contempt by the rat catcher.
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June Hofer Notley is CLUELESS..
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Julie Ali Actually she is pretty strategic. She had bad advice for the first two years with the Brian Topp guy but he is gone. The NDP folks are now returning to their kinder, gentler persona just in time for the next election. Some of them like Sarah Hoffman are making the rounds of their communities perhaps sensing the discontent among voters who hired them. In my case, I did vote for Dr. Bob Turner who is a nice man but I don't think I will vote NDP again. They aren't doing anything for seniors, they have not kept their promises about the 2,000 long term care beds, Alberta health and AHS are still stagnant and apt to go back to poor practices of the past in terms of policy making in the continuing care system and in general, there are no deliverables that I can detect anywhere.
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June Hofer Go Kevin
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Julie Ali Yes go right back to the USA and perhaps work with Trump.
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