I LOL’ed at “Don’t cry. We can always move to Saskatchewan.” 😉
These never get old, but I can’t watch Downfall with a straight face ever again.
So I’m not the ONLY person who watched that movie before it was intermemed!
I have a hard time believing that Albertans have actually shot themselves in the foot the way they have. Just wait. the Bob Rae disaster that Ontario went through will be small potatoes compared to what the NDP will do to Alberta.
Speaking of Saskatchewan, my sister and her husband (both retired) are selling up their Calgary home immediately – “…before housing prices are affected by this fucking NDP catastrophe!” in my brother-in-law’s words.
Looks like all the NDP supporters in Saskatchewan moved to Alberta. I guess Alberta got sick and tired of being a “have” province with Canada’s transfer payment system that benefits reckless spending provinces like Ontario. So why should Ontario have all the fun in the race to the economic bottom in Canada. Another jurisdiction seduced by the jin tonic of socialism.
Thanks for the insult. Not everyone here voted NDP.
No insult was intended. Most people didn’t vote for Kathleen Wynne in Ontario yet she got a majority government. Now Ontario is paying the price.
Brilliant! But where’s Colonel Klink and Sgt. Schultz from Hogans Heroes!
Absolutely bloody beautiful!
The problem I see is that Hitler and his socialist party would have been NDP supporters not progressive conservative supporters. I know many claim that Albertans voted for the NDP as a rejections of the progressive conservatives, but that suggest either total supidity (cut off the nose to spite the face), machoism or committed socialists. They had other choices to voice their contempt for the corruption, etc. of the ruling party, and I am not suggesting the liberals either. These voters have sign a death warrant for their province.
I live in Fort McMurray. I voted WRP. I even work at Suncor. The sky was still up there when I awoke after election day, I can assure you.
I’d be a bit worried about anyone who thought it was a documentary.
All our problems in Alberta will forever be erased. No more poverty, no more crime, no more corruption. Simply love, peace, harmony, and lots of B.S.