About six months before the recent Alberta elections, I had a conversation with some friends. The gist of this discourse was basically how much and in what ways the Rachel Notley government would try and “suck up” to the Alberta voters. Having noted a definite “shift in position,” even as far back as the beginning of her third year at the helm, it was safe to assume she’d be “apple polishing” as hard as she possibly could the closer it got to election day.
I say that to say this:
My fellow Canadians, it’s about to happen again. This time it’s drama teacher boys’ turn (yes, our so-called Prime Minister). And judging from his past performances (both here and abroad ... India in particular), his “apple polishing performance” is going to be epic.
You know why? Because it’s going to have to be epic in order to get anyone to seriously consider voting for this clown. I urge all Canadian voters to keep an eye on this character to see exactly what he’ll try to pull off in order to keep his “seat of power” in place. I can’t wait to watch the debates and see the similarities between Notleys’ aggressive campaign (she couldn’t possibly stand on the merits of her past performance) and what Justin Trudeau will attempt to launch against the UCP and others.
I’m not a betting person, but I’ll wager the farm he’ll take the “low road” rather than the “high road” (most likely because his past performance was tantamount to an ugly storm that wiped out the high road). It ain’t there anymore people.
Let’s all stay vigilant and keep his antics in our memories. Look at his past record, not at his hairdo. Should you read this letter, I encourage you to cut it out, paste on your fridge and read it out loud every day until it’s time to cast your vote.