The wheels came off the Progressive Conservative election campaign this week.
If you are looking for a definition of “silly season” the first week of Alberta’s 2012 provincial election fits the bill. Despite major policy announcements from each of the main political parties this week, the campaign is being reported as a two-party . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: the definition of silly season. is this what “change” looks like?
When are they gonna learn? Loose Tweets Sink Fleets! Below: An agenda item from the Conservative brain trust’s emergency meeting yesterday. Actual Tory agendas may not be exactly as illustrated, and are unlikely to involve shotguns. Below that: Premier Alison Redford, campaign strategist Stephen Carter.
Tempting as it may be to characterize the latest . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: Floundering Redford Tories’ fecundity fiasco no April Fool’s joke