I can really have fun this election because, I happen to be in a riding that has a Liberal MLA, don't even know his name, never received any literature from him, so care not a bit about him, just like he cared nothing about me.
All parties are going to have to make it clear what their position is on Human Rights Commissions. My vote is up for grabs on this issue alone. Now that health premiums have been taken off the table, let's make HRC's a major issue. Let's make sure we ask every candidate, and every party, what their position is on the Alberta HRC's.
The national media is yapping about change, thinking Conservatives might change into Liberals in Alberta. HAHAHAHA, not going to happen, even with all the newbies in Alberta. By change we mean from the PC to Wildrose Alliance, not become lefties. Does the Toronto media not get it? Who do we have to vote for? On the right, we have the PC's and Wildrose, on the left, we have Liberals, NDP and Greens.
Let's start with the left.
Liberals = NEP (National Energy Program, for those too young to know, killed our last boom, left people homeless.)
NDP = National Deficit Party (Want to see a boom go bust? Vote for those yahoos.)
Greens = Death to the oilsands. (The greens will have us freezing in the cold, if they have their way.)
On the right.
Progressive Conservatives = Long in the tooth, with a weak leader, but not a total disaster, I'm actually warming up to Stelmach, I just think he is in over his head.
Wildrose Alliance = A true grass roots Conservative party, but they need a better leader.
So, I will vote for either the PC's or the Wildrose. If my MLA was a PC, I would probably vote for them, but seeing as I have a Liberal MLA, it can't hurt for me to vote Wildrose, if they have a candidate in my riding.
Shake hands, and come out fighting, I love elections!