Thursday, August 10, 2017

--Dang these MLAs!----------Amy Or Todd Krysta leave it alone and spend their time trying to solve more important issues, like jobs. Unemployment sounds like something just a little more important than screwing around with little crap like this. Get your crap together NDP! Start doing some good, I've seen nothing of note that proves u should stay in power. And if you want to really get Alberta's opinion then put the question (poll) in the next election. Really, what was the real percentage of Albertans that actually did the poll? Maybe 5 to 10%. (maybe). Love Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry · Reply · 1 · 9 hrs Manage Chris Conway Chris Conway I can understand why - the math is likely a bit difficult for the average Con. And it's not like they ever go outside anyway.-----Julie Ali Sorry you feel impelled to insult be but I voted NDP in the last election> But I won't be doing it again since they and some of their supporters can't figure real human issues from junk issues like this one.-----------------

These make work projects for MLAs are a waste of government and legislature time and money. I see no reason for this bill when other more urgent work is before the government of Alberta. It's troubling that the NDP MLAs don't know their hands from their feet and can't put their minds on the issues of importance such as the over 1,000 dead kids in the child welfare system or the seniors/handicapped folks in the continuing care system. Has Mr. Dang ever looked at pollution problems caused by the oil and gas industry? Has he ever considered the problems of water use by the industry? Why is he farting around with dumb projects like ending daylight saving time when he could be doing real work? It's mind boggling to me that they dedicate staff to this junk and then pretend this is a real issue. It is not.
Truckloads of Albertans gave their two cents worth via letter, fax and online survey, with 74 per cent giving Bill 203 the thumbs up and 24 per cent saying “no.” The…
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Joanne Phillips Yes... can we just do it already! People have been wanting this changed for YEARS! On a scale of 1 to 10 it may not be that important to you but Albertans would like it changed... finally!
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Julie Ali Why on earth?
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Joanne Phillips You need to do some research!
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Julie Ali This is a boring topic and a waste of public dollars and politician time. Kids are dying in the child welfare system and we have politicians wasting time on this dumb issue.
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Julie Ali Not to mention the problems in the continuing care system. But of course the daylight saving time non-issue is significant. Children suffering aren't or the seniors.
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Joanne Phillips It is not boring.... no one is saying it's life or death. Let's just agree that there are lots of problems we need to work on and hopefully this will get done soon and they can get back to business as usual.
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Julie Ali Joanne Phillips Compared to 1,000 dead kids it is very boring.
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Amy Or Todd Krysta leave it alone and spend their time trying to solve more important issues, like jobs. Unemployment sounds like something just a little more important than screwing around with little crap like this. Get your crap together NDP! Start doing some good, I've seen nothing of note that proves u should stay in power. And if you want to really get Alberta's opinion then put the question (poll) in the next election. Really, what was the real percentage of Albertans that actually did the poll? Maybe 5 to 10%. (maybe).
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Chris Conway I can understand why - the math is likely a bit difficult for the average Con. And it's not like they ever go outside anyway.
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Julie Ali Sorry you feel impelled to insult be but I voted NDP in the last election> But I won't be doing it again since they and some of their supporters can't figure real human issues from junk issues like this one.
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