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Conservative party to go Gay and Muslim

Accept same-sex marriage, Kenney says

…MP Erin O’Toole said the debates here, including a brutally frank assessment of what went wrong in the past campaign, were a healthy venting.

“We’ve had some difficult discussions, we’ve had some frustrations with the campaign but that’s how we become stronger as a party. So I don’t anticipate anyone leaving the party . . . I think that our modernization on certain issues is a reflection of Canada’s changing values and views.”

But O’Toole did suggest he was “concerned” by the message that was delivered by a Muslim woman here. Uruzurum Heer, a 47-year-old woman from Brampton, stood during an election review session and condemned the identity politics that the party practiced in the last campaign.

“If people have that concern I’m concerned by that myself.

We are a big tent big whore.”

No point hoping for a conservative government given we lack a conservative party.

  • john700

    Hopefully, the Liberals will introduce proportional representation and a real right-wing party will rise.

    • Alain

      No, it seems all three parties are in a rush competition to get so far Left they fall off the chart.

      • I think so. We will have to wait for our Trump, Canada is slow at catching on to things.

        • H

          We’ve just elected our version of Obama – which puts us 8 years behind them. Let’s pray Canadians have the sense to change course more quickly than the US has done.

          • Jim Horne

            Eight years is a long time. Could you be underestimating the disenchantment with all federal parties coming from Western Canada?

            From cancelled gas plants to stalled pipelines to carbon taxes to the end homes being heated with natural gas to equalization payments stripping the West of its wealth, what incentives are there for Western Canada to remain a part of Confederation?

          • Very good point. Who wants to to be shackled to Ontario and the other have not spendthrift provinces?

          • V10_Rob

            Depends a bit on how a President Trump fares. If he does a decent job that is seen to generate positive results for ordinary working Americans, while publicly goring the left culturally/intellectually to discredit their fantasies and pseudo-religion, it’ll embolden the right in Canada (and elsewhere) that they CAN fight back.

            How Europe goes over the next several years will also influence North American voter attitudes; it seems highly probable that all the problems we’ve been warning about will play out for all to see, in ways the media cannot continually gloss over.

          • Ford Prefect

            Trump hates NAFTA has for ever. Ontario is going to get the crap knocked out of them. He does however like Keystone. I figure we should run it straight out of Alberta into Montana and go East and West From there.

            The world is burning down and the big policy thing with the no name party is gay marriage. Then a Member of the most backwards religion in the Universe lectures us about being more inclusive. Now we no why Harper kept these nuts on a short leash.

          • Ontario’s political class deserves to get the crap knocked out of them, sadly they will do quite nicely. The common man will suffer.

          • FivePointSpurgeon

            No, we elected Carter. More like 30 behind.

        • Waffle

          Sorry to be a party pooper, but i don’t think belief in a saviour is in the Canadian dna. We don’t have anyone even close to the Donald. We have obediently accepted yet another turn of the scew

        • Justin St.Denis

          Go back a couple days and see what I commented. Apparently, I was right. Hmm….. 😉

      • Oracle9

        Talk about selling out! It’s time for a complete new party since it appears the Conservatives shockingly also drank the Kool-Aid. There isn’t a single voice of sanity in the entire rabble.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    A-freaking-men. There are now only shades of prog here.

    Let it burn. No more support for the Prog Unconservatives.

    • Yea, looks like there’s not much point.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        It’s only about cheering for Your Team now. There is no principled reason to support them since, much like Paul Ryan, John Boehner, Eric Cantor et al are just Dems with different letters.

        • Ford Prefect

          The Canadian Uniparty.

    • V10_Rob

      Trying to kiss and make nice with the left is not siphoning off voters to our side. Give it up.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        Huh?

        • V10_Rob

          Comment directed at the CINO Party.

  • k2

    Jason Kenney and others made a habit of kissing up to muslims and what did it get them? Muslims voted overwhelmingly for Trudeau last October. Screw these pretend conservatives.

    • Exactly, Kenney talked out of both sides of his mouth.

      • FivePointSpurgeon

        When you spend the better part of a decade pandering to immigrants instead of natural Canadians, you get what you deserve. Let it burn.

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  • Alain

    OMG just what I feared! What a typical lying Muslim bitch. “Identity politics”? Really, by the CPC who increased the number of these invaders and not a one would connect the dots between Islam and jihad/terrorism. Oh, gee I forgot about correctly identifying honour killing as barbaric. I know I am but a very small fish in the pond of donors but not a single cent more from me if they continue down this path.

    • The CPC is dead to me.

      • Clausewitz

        Was a nice party once upon a time. Maybe the last real conservative to lead them was Robert Stanfield. Since then it’s been a host of Liberal lite fool’s who have used the Liberal tactic of bribing us with our own money, just not to the extent of the Liberals. I hereby pronounce my free agency from any of Canada’s present political parties.

  • Waffle

    Now I know how the Jews of Burgos, Spain felt back in 1391 when their rabbi converted.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_of_Burgos

    • Cripes!

      • Waffle

        He was just one of many. There were lineups at the baptismal fonts

        • Alain

          In the end it didn’t do any of them any good. The Inquisition got them all the same.

          • Brett_McS

            It was the comfy chair what got them in the end.

  • kkruger71

    And yet the leftists still will never support them. I went to school with Mike Chong, and even though they keep saying they respect him blah, blah, blah (just because they know him and can’t vilify him), none of the people we went to school with say they will vote Conservative even if he’s leader. These are all the same people who kept saying “If only the Conservatives would stop being so far right…”.

    • They really want to be Liberals… or NDP. The problem is that politics has become a lifestyle choice and the people it attracts are really only interested in power and its perqs. We need term limits.

      • V10_Rob

        If voters want Liberal (or NDP) policies, they’ll vote Liberal (or NDP), not Conservative. Trying to copy them and steal their voters is foolhardy.

        • Agreed. The predatory public service unions which at the fed level includes the CBC in my view wield a lot of power have to be appeased, Justin is rolling back any good the conservatives did to curtail them, it’s game over for the cons, the whole country is becoming Ontario. The west would be wise to secede.

  • Then what is the purpose of supporting the Tories?

    I don’t want the government to make new laws but I don’t want them to legitimise garbage, either.

    Will everyone back away from trans bullying as well?

    • Clausewitz

      Life in Canada now is just one long march of the tyranny of the minorities of the day. When exactly did the government of Canada change from working for the people of Canada to the people of Canada solely working for the government. I want to go back to that day as a terminator.

      • I’ll go with you.

      • It started when we decided to dispense with the values that made the West great.

      • Alain

        Allowing the tyranny of the minorities was a “gift” from Trudeau Sr.

  • vimy

    Do they not realize they lost because Dippers voted Libtard this time around. I think if they stood by conservative values and even doubled down on them they could pull in more votes next time around from voters who didn’t even bother last time around.

    • They want to be happy and gay and Muslim just like Justin. These are professional politicians you are dealing with – like the GOP elite they will spout “conservative principles” if circumstances require but in the end are only interested in feathering their own nest.

  • RevnantDream

    welcome to the hereditary democracy

  • canminuteman
  • canminuteman

    You get one life. There is no point fighting battles you aren’t going to win. Make thing as good as you can for yourself and your family and let the rest burn

    • Justin St.Denis

      It took me a rather long time to come to that same conclusion, but I finally did. Stand firm but don’t be stupid. If you can’t improve it by yourself, use it for what it is for yourself and family. Nobody is looking out for you – not your government, not your religious leaders, and frequently not even your own neighbours. This is true for every single person living today. Do what you have to do in light of these ugly facts.

  • Flyboy

    Talk about the courage of one’s convictions. Lose one election after 10 years of power and the CPC feels it needs to revisit its pre 1993 roots. The election was not lost because the Conservatives were not “left” enough. They lost because they could not make their points – even in the face of the pandering, childish codswallop that was offered up by Trudeau. Forget about reforming the old Progressive Conservative Party and get back to seeking and telling the truth.

    • Alain

      Well said.