We have a problem. Nobody knows what a merger is. When you want to mobilize people and get people moving you need a plan of action. A raison d’etre. A movement of sorts that congeals the product of the conversation and gets moving to the next step. For a political party the destruction of . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: What’s in a Merger?
The Alberta Liberals are under attack. The Liberals are being assailed from every party from every corner of this province. The march to the middle has been of pronounced presence by almost every political faction in Alberta. The NDP have made open moves toward Liberal voters, campaigning hard in long held seats like Edmonton-Gold . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: 2013 is the Alberta Liberal’s year to shine
Just pointing something out here. Raj Sherman says Kent Hehr can speak his mind on mergers and the very base frustration that the Liberal MLA from Buffalo has with politics as they stand in Alberta. Hehr giving voice to that fundamental frustration is fine and well. People who care deeply about the process are frustrated. . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: I’m with Raj. (Mergers, Kent Hehr, cont.)
I’m not interested in merging with the NDP. Todd Van Vliet, party president of the Alberta Liberals, isn’t a fan either. There was one point, almost a year ago, that I was. And I was quite frustrated then. I’m still frustrated, but more on that later. But I’m tired of hitting a brick wall. . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Todd’s Letter: The NDP Merger