Thursday, September 06, 2007

same, same... but different...part deux

phew... when i went away i thought politics in alberta would irrevocably change with the departure of HRH ralphie klein. just my luck. it seems this character craig chandler, a potential PC nominee in the riding of calgary egmont, has picked up the slack in the "i can't believe he said that" department of the PC party of alberta.

in response to the falling fortunes of the PC party in the polls and a less than positive door knocking campaign, craig wrote this masterpiece in an online forum:

"Firstly, Alberta is growing in a way that was never expected and many of the people coming here do not truly appreciate Alberta or even understand the history of this province or the relationship with the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party. To those of you who have come to our great land from out of province, you need to remember that you came here to our home and we vote conservative. You came here to enjoy our economy, our natural beauty and more. This is our home and if you wish to live here, you must adapt to our rules and our voting patterns, or leave. Conservatism is our culture. Do not destroy what we have created."

hmmm... it's like deja vu. or maybe a second coming of sorts.

thanx craig for bringing back the good ol' days. or should i say, the voters of calgary egmont thank you. especially those commie bastard constituents who migrated to alberta to partake in the economic boom.


Anonymous said...

My friend,

Again you are a prick, thus, you will only be contacted by others in PGIB to help you.

Personally I hope you lose, but the professional side hopes you win.

Craig B. Chandler

Steve H. said...

Pretty unprofessional and anti-democratic statement on the part of Mr. Chandler. He doesn't need to worry about changes to voting patterns in Alberta caused by in-migration. The type of person that normally moves here (i.e. entrepreneurial, risk-taker, practical) will see the light soon enough and start voting in accordance with their values.

More likely voting patterns are changing because of the current inept government and leader.

Anonymous said...


You would think Chandler and you would get along and work together.

I guess it is true, the right will never work together and us Liberals will always win.

Chandler is actually a formidable foe, but you conservatives pick on him more then we do.

Losers, all of you.