Having voted for Andrew with confidence was never an issue or sacrifice for me. I gave up the option of picking a second third choice etc. for leader. I believe to defeat Justin Trudeau would take a steady hand with a good outlook on domestic and foreign policy. Andrew doesn’t believe in taking another look at failed policies from other conservative eras.
Many of the conservative emails I received from other candidates were restating failed agendas which caused the loss of 2015. I have no doubt that those failed policies or agendas would lead to certain defeat in 2019. I don’t intend on rehashing those topics on my blog now or in the future. I voted that concern away when I selected Andrew Scheer.
Justin Trudeau as PM is still very popular to many supporters in Canada and around the world. That is why Andrew former Speaker of the House is needed for his communication skills and other personal assets. He is a family man which is evident in his lifestyle visible for all to see openly on Facebook. Energy in Parliament is essential as well as the ability to keep up to a heavy workload while on the road.
Andrew is not known to miss a beat in debate or television interviews which are on the agenda often. During the campaign he moved to the front with ease covering regional instability on economy policy immigration and some important misunderstood rights.
Looking ahead to foreign policy I have no doubt that Andrew with his track record for respect of human rights in many world danger spots will cause him to consider the helpless. His take on eliminating foreign oil from Canada is a good one. I believe he can communicate with the USA to effect on many projects as well as he can give clear instruction to Ministers who understood his movement before winning office.
I will now leave you with some sound information available from Andrew’s website. Good wishes and God Bless.
Canada is a resource-rich country, and we should be thankful for of that. Aside from minerals, potash, and lumber, we also have the third-largest oil reserves in the world. Because of this, it is so important that we show leadership on market access and responsible resource development to help our economy thrive and keep Canada competitive on the world stage.
Of all the things Canadian homeowners need to worry about, heating and powering their homes should not be first and foremost. Yet many families are struggling to cope with these costs thanks to reckless and ill-advised Liberal mismanagement and over-taxation. Canadians, especially those in Ontario, have seen their gas and power bills go through the roof.
Throughout this leadership race, candidates – including me — have been telling you what they would do if they were Prime Minister. Mostly you’ve had to take our word for it. But on delivering and ensuring more freedom for MPs, I have already delivered and as Leader and Prime Minister, I will continue to uphold that.
Many people feel they have just cause to voice anger at others in public forums or events. Some people counter-demonstrate at those events or online as well. I have seen officials media and local personalities attend those events increasing coverage to what looks like unlawful gatherings. I believe in Canadian Political Fairness.
In this climate of anger fear hate can we continue to accept this behavior without interruption? I don’t see anyone stepping in to the fray making a decision on what could become freedom of speech with its USA implications. I feel freedom of speech is good if it doesn’t interfere with the human rights of others.
The conservative party didn’t like the inclusiveness or lack of inclusiveness of the Islamophobia legislation M 103. It passed then the conservative party mostly stopped mentioning it except in questionnaires and surveys to find public opinion on where to place the campaign.
The candidate I support is against it but is not protesting how others feel during this time. I feel it may be repealed after consulting public opinion on how to make others feel included. Public opinion is in the forefront of the Andrew Scheer excitement.
Jason Kenney seemed to soften his public statements after acts of bad behavior and radicalism by those who were not part of his campaign. He seemed to support the Premier against hostile attacks on her personality. The attacks were totally uncalled for as he described them as being an attack on democracy itself. I wouldn’t support him if he didn’t feel that way.
Those are the only two public officials I would support that are looking for leadership positions in Canadian conservative politics. There are other hardworking conservative officials I support who are very media worthy hardworking elected officials though. As a mention Michelle Rempel is my favorite in media while there are many others as Rona steps away from Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Brad Wall has become one of the most outspoken officials in Canada being both popular followed and on the other side of the coin sometimes controversial. Being controversial is most likely essential when opposing legislation which is the responsibility of elected officials. Causing political movements isn’t the mandate after election but discussing legislation in Parliament or the legislature is after consulting the public.
Direction for Canada
I have no doubt that this country is headed in the wrong direction if there isn’t good legislation on Islamophobia racism antisemitism or other cultural rights like religious observance. The Sikh community went through a dark period in recent Canadian history fighting for recognition of their turbans and kirpans. This even caused Sikhs to go against legislation within the RCMP.
Maybe with Andrew Scheer proposing freedom of Speech legislation which found a good way of addressing demonstrations on Canadian University campuses we can begin there. We may need broader response once and for all introducing legislation which would address freedom of speech which could accent and highlight the Canadian Charter of Rights.
On both of my blogs I don’t go against Canadian elected officials because I know that it isn’t the department of every official to perform the work not being done by the officials responsible. You only have the responsibility to represent your constituency if elected to office. I don’t believe we have villains in office as is being portrayed by some on social media who engage in threatening officials and supporters of those officials.
I have made mention on both of my blogs that I wish to be fair to all parties in my blog posts. So I will say this about the PM in as kind a way as I can. We are faced with global concerns which may not have time to address them all without hazarding a guess sometimes on dealing with these concerns. So far employment is said to rise by some media releases of official information which is somewhat challenged on social media.
Alberta isn’t doing well on employment or economy but I don’t feel the PM will phase out the oil sands. Pipeline construction will cause some employment for Alberta which is the responsibility of the Premier and the PM who may be doing this in response to conservative opposition. There aren’t personality attacks on the PM or Premier by real conservative officials.
The PM does seem to support strong action against bad behavior without putting it into public discussion. He is quiet about some things I support which he has taken action on including going against racism anti-Semitism supporting Islamophobia work and mentioning women’s rights a lot.
He is listening to the conservative opposition who do good work in Parliament causing him to be there quite often to vote and sit while most or all conservative MP’s are sitting. It would be tough to face that opposition. He most likely won’t make electoral changes or Phase out the oil sands with the opposition present as they are.
I don’t know about legalization of marijuana as a good practice except I leave that to officials and Health care professionals to consider. I won’t bother posting about too many topics on my blog because I don’t feel we are going to lose our democratic rights because of some feel for political balance in the Parliament.
Legislation is the responsibility of the officials that obtain office with the support of volunteers not kickbacks or bribes which is innuendo when fundraising takes place. It gets debated by political representatives fairly when they find out lapses in expenses as was known to face proper scrutiny during Prime Minister Harper’s time in office. Those officials cleared RCMP investigations on ethics.
All things are looked at and placed into media if it has its time and place for public consumption there isn’t any cover-ups. I like volunteering in politics if at all possible but at this time I am not available except to write on here a bit as well as post elsewhere. I don’t cause insult or injury to any person that believes in fairness and equity in jobs culture religion media and politics.
Ending this article today I feel we need to look at the public influence on leaders by bullying stalking and harassment. This can happen in a coffee shop with someone asking who you support when an article online or newspaper is mentioned. I have had this happen to me often when I would mention that I support the Conservative Party of Canada. The Public should be aware of Canadian Political Fairness.
As a political volunteer at that time I would attempt to say nice things about the opposition’s official being kind in general.I felt discriminated because of political belief often by those who just listened to the loudest argument.
My intention by blogging is to end those types of discussion or which to me is radical attempts to silence voters by those that may not even vote in elections. As I said I would be as kind as possible to the PM who I never felt that coming from his supporters in public places or if faced with canvassing door to door.
I would like legislation before the election of 2019 on how the public can interact on political topics without causing adversarial discussions. Public places should be safe from harassment of political belief religion culture gender etc.
Freedom of speech is necessary like Canadian Political fairness to being human in Canadian culture but we need to know tolerance and understanding may be necessary to include for those who don’t understand.
The spy agencies of Western Security in this Hemisphere are most likely working together on the same issues. They most likely don’t share vital information which protects their own National Security concerns. These could include the information which protects their agents and informants or economic or strategic interests.
Canada has the RCMP for national security. This could include the national security files which come out of provincial or city law enforcement agencies. We also have CSIS which does handle our interests which are more likely for outside the country stuff. We have a few cyber security agencies and DND the Department of National Defense.
The two MP’s in Canada to deal with issues related to these topics are the Attorney General of Canada and Defense Minister. Those are the things I can see with the little research that I would attempt to perform on those subjects.
The USA is a different matter having Homeland Security. I believe HS can be overruled by the FBI or a Supreme Court Judge. The USA has the most security agencies of any country in the world. I enjoy watching movies such as Breach and Safe House. I like other movies which show the USA as having many back-up solutions. These include using human intelligence.
Donald Trump stated that he would rely on human intelligence more. He is keeping Guantanamo Bay open for interrogation and detention. He is going to rely on capturing targets of interest in the War on Terror as well. It comes down to the use of intelligence as a main stay of building USA policy more often.
I wouldn’t know how to find out which of America’s greatest allies in intelligence could be. There is a greater partnership in the USA supporting Israel against anti-Semitism and terror. It would be nice to see other countries such as Canada do the same. If they are it is private information.
Canada seems to take strong interest in ending anti-Semitism. The PM and other MP’s make statements in support of Israel at times. Canada during the Harper years strongly supported Israel in many ways. It is quieter in media how Justin Trudeau voted against resolutions hostile against Israel.
I don’t know why media didn’t give much coverage to his vote. The beating down Ontario and Canada gave to the BDS movement was good.
I believe that the PM uses media very well despite drawing in controversy for public comments. There seems to be a he will go this way or that way on a topic. After looking at media or opposition he does go in a certain way. Tourism returning to Canada is positive so hopefully other countries will see the same. Terror reduces travel safety for other destinations.
The pipeline issue is in large ways affected by USA policy. This out of our hands. The PM is the leader most likely able to speak with Trump to effect. NAFTA is an issue which will most likely begin discussions of change. Trump will start to rewrite policy on energy safety and international trade.
Contribute Safely Online
As a blogger I believe in being fair in articles which would include media or public figure. The current attacks online against incumbent politicians over topics such as Islamophobia or taxes makes it look to the uninformed that the opposition would be encouraging it which I don’t see myself.
There is strong opposition in Parliament and Legislatures. I believe I see the politicians following each other on twitter and Facebook. They are not making offensive comments towards others.
For myself I feel quite comfortable speaking on the web about issues while not facing censorship or intrusive tactics from agencies. For those who make threats against the PM or other public figures the courts is how it is dealt with as I have seen. Online attacks against officials goes to law enforcement or before judges.
In France it seems from what I have heard the French voted on not having a Left or Right Wing leadership. This is because of not wanting strange or underhanded responses to terror. Nobody wants to affect cultural identity of the inclusive country.
I like France considering that my identity comes from France. This was many generations ago without me learning the other official language of Canada. Most MP’s are bilingual which is known especially during the Conservative Leadership race.
Someday I intend on putting more emphasis on learning Canada’s official language with as much effort as I put into writing for the web. I would like to write to English and Canadian citizens of my country so there are reasons there.
Political Middle Ground
I would like to be helpful in influencing moderation in Canadian media social or traditional mediums. I would like to see politicians and other public figures spend time on how to really open up dialogue with Canadians without causing rancor in publications or at events.
Someday maybe others will help in that manner as well sending out their own publications on how public persons should consult or interact with the public. I like the way the politicians I support consult the pubic even though I don’t always respond to Conservative or PC Alberta surveys and questionnaires.
I understand what it takes to be involved in public life as a Canadian that follows the news. Someday the current controversies will be replaced by other controversies which I have no doubt about. Now, I feel it is good to speak well of others online rather than contribute to negative public opinion. I feel negative public opinion when it is spread online can lead to harassment of others or worse.
Andrew Scheer is ranked somewhere near the top position, and you need someone to represent you who shares family values. Respect for community is in his campaign. This Saskatchewan MP will be Andrew Scheer Leader Conservative Party Canada.
I tried to volunteer on his campaign but my family commitments get in the way as well. The former top candidate withdrew because the battle for top pole is too much.
This MP has the strength and energy and charisma to outlast anyone in the race. He will come out on top in the end supporting an inclusive Canada for it’s citizens. Andrew is Canada first meaning he puts the interests of Canadians to heart. Our guy will hold his ground on policy honoring his campaign promises.
OTTAWA – Conservative leadership candidate Andrew Scheer says universities should lose federal funding if they fail to protect freedom of speech on campus. A “troubling trend” has surfaced where small groups on campus can shut down events, prevent guest speakers from giving lecture and ban activities or clubs they disagree with, Scheer said in an interview Wednesday.
Supporting Andrew makes sense at this time when we need a leader in front representing Canadians on issues such as NAFTA which could possibly be an issue. Syrian genocide or whatever issues we haven’t addressed yet. He does respond personally to appropriate contact.
Not all MP’s in office make an effort to those facing the issues Andrew has addressed in Parliament. Look at his track record of representing Canadians as Speaker of the House.
He has the most support of sitting elected representatives in parliament and Legislatures. Andrew will get the support of the more than 250 000 real members of the Conservative Party Canada.
Federal-provincial (or intergovernmental, formerly Dominion-provincial) relations is a regular issue in Canadian politics: Quebec wishes to preserve and strengthen its distinctive nature, western provinces desire more control over their abundant natural resources, especially energy reserves; industrialized Central Canada is concerned with its manufacturing base, and the Atlantic provinces strive to escape from being less affluent than the rest of the country.
There are just six weeks to go – and two before voting begins – in the Conservative leadership race. Candidates are jostling for position and pushing for the smallest edge. There is little indication that anyone is breaking out of the pack.
Around Parliament Hill, Andrew Scheer is not exactly known as a rebel. The tall, bookish former Speaker has a permanently earnest expression and blushes easily, reddening when queried about his youthful exploits. So it might surprise people to hear it wasn’t unusual for him to skip school.
People in Canada are worried about being represented on the world stage in today’s political climate. That is why Justin Trudeau is referenced as popular a lot. That is why he keeps being re-posted speaking at engagements.
Andrew Scheer was Speaker of the House communication being one major strength. On Facebook he comes across as a good father often posting with his family nearby. You can count on him to respect your families values while staying inclusive.
“The people of Alberta have worked hard for generations, and the entire nation has benefited from Alberta’s economic strength. As the jobs crisis in Alberta gets worse, families need the federal government to come up with solutions. Yet so far, this Liberal Government has failed to put forward a jobs plan that recognizes the crisis […]
Finding news regarding the Alberta Jobs Task Force requires some digging. I found this information available to me on the web. There isn’t much media coverage regarding this activist inspired program. Alberta is being represented in Parliament by Alberta conservative MP’s.
Conservative leadership candidate Andrew Scheer often gets a piece of unsolicited advice: Don’t smile so much. “The trouble is, I genuinely enjoy what I’m doing,” the 37-year-old Saskatchewan MP acknowledges, somewhat sheepishly, during a recent lunch in the parliamentary dining room. “When I was Speaker, I had one of these Twitter trolls …
Andrew I’m in working on your campaign from home. It’s official I signed up two days ago!