Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Redford optimistic for future of Alberta as she resigns. Me too.

"With profound optimism for Alberta’s future – I am resigning as premier of Alberta effective this Sunday evening.”
Thank you.
Alison in 2009 and today.

Polonius: ``I will most humbly take my leave of you``.
Hamlet: ``You cannot, sir, take from me any thing that I will more willingly part withal``
(Hamlet Act 2 scene 2).``

The Wildrose Party in Cory Morgan`s recent blog post is sounding mushy and middling.I hope a whiff of opportunity doesn`t turn them into Redford conservatives.

As the Wildrose Party has grown and matured as a party, our policies have evolved and moderated every year. We have learned from experience what is realistic and what is acceptable to Albertans and have adjusted our actions accordingly. As the policy set moves towards what some may view as a more mushy middle, some critics have questioned what differences remain between the Wildrose Party and the reigning Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta. While the policies may appear to be getting similar (can’t really find a good copy of the PC ones), the difference between the parties is still immense.
The biggest difference between the Wildrose Party and the PCs is subtle yet profound.``

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