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  • ross1948 7:02 pm on December 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ontario PC party, Rob Ford, , social conservatives, Tanya Granic Allen   

    Another Sell-Out In Another Hall? What ARE Ontario Tory Principles? 


    “My hunch is that the central PC party people…are just telling him (Ford) to smile at them and try to cajole them a bit — but don’t take them too seriously.”

    https://toronto.citynews.ca/2018/11/17/resolution-to-do-away-with-gender-identity-moves-forward-at-tory-convention/

    Gambar terkait

    We remember well this fine Canadian lady, who lost the Ontario Tories’ leadership contest to Rob Ford, and was then purged by Ford for plain speaking which incensed the in-crowd.

    But she’s still fighting the decadents, and winning small battles, not least Policy Resolution R4, which perceptively notes that “gender identity theory” is a “highly controversial, unscientific ‘liberal ideology’” and calls on the Ford government to remove the teaching and promotion of it in schools.

    indoctrination

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    The party convention also voted to give parents warning of ‘sex-ed lessons’ and more importantly secure their rights to prevent their children being immersed in the propaganda often included in such classes.

    But Party officials were quick to point out that the resolutions were not binding and will not form any part of party policy until they are formally voted on at the next policy convention.   https://toronto.citynews.ca/video/iframe/593482582001/SyxzIeNcgb/5968466906001?auto_play_switch=false

    Constitutionally true, but why were the party apparatchiks so QUICK to say so?

    Scared of the leftist CBC and other biased media’s disapproval?

    media bias

    Heading into the convention, prominent social conservatives expressed concerns that their voices were being ignored…dozens of policy resolutions with a social conservative bent were blocked from being debated by party members at the event in Etobicoke…

    The Toronto City News reporters apparently asked Ford’s office for comment but he did not respond…

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    Doug Ford

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    …which is concerning, to say the least, because one observer is quoted as saying that every conservative leader, including Ford, has the advantage of knowing social conservatives won’t park their votes with other parties, even if they are ignored.

    If that’s the thinking among the political hacks, whom Ford ought to have cleaned out of the Progressive Conservative Party when he won the leadership, then there’s trouble ahead.

    If he now snubs voters who supported him because of their disgust at the Liberal Party’s pro-pervert policies, imposed by the queer who led the Ontario Liberals for many a too long year, Doug Ford could be a one-term wonder.

    If

     

     
    • Arnold 9:08 pm on December 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I hope Ford isnt as timid as this report makes him out to be. The Ontario party officials are just servants, not elected by anyone.
      Ford was elected to run Ontario and the party. He should slap them down hard.
      Ford was elected because he was like a breath of fresh air after years of that Lesbian Liberal Wynn.
      That Tanya seems to be the only one that sticks to her principles.

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  • ross1948 12:23 am on September 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Globe and Mail, , Rob Ford, Toronto Mayor   

    Globe and Mail Dislikes Doug? Let’s Back Him! 


    ..Rob Ford was from the authoritarian school of politics. …His favourite activity was answering constituent calls and badgering bureaucrats to see to their complaints.

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    It was no way to run a giant bureaucracy…

    https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/editorials/globe-editorial-doug-ford-steve-bannon-and-the-future-of-conservatism/

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    Au contraire!

    Not authoritarian, but deeply democratic, fighting for the little guy and gal…

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    …against the stuck-ups and know-alls.

    That’s EXACTLY the kind of politics, the sort of character, that’s required to keep a grip on any giant bureaucracy!

    By their very nature, as well as their size, giant bureaucracies will be both aloof and prone to sloth…

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    … UNLESS the bureaucrats get a regular kick-in-the-ass.

    Politicians don’t need to be ‘experts,’ in architecture or town and country planning regulations or whatever.

    They do need to make themselves readily readily available to citizens who are up against it.

    The Globe and Mail never liked the late Rob Ford, and is now inveighing against his brother, Doug, who is said to be set to run for Mayor of Toronto.

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    The liberals who control its editorial pages exalt the most un-conservative ‘Conservative’ mayor, John Tory ( whom we have for years deplored!) for what the newspaper calls his very progressive ideology.

    John Tory speaks for forces that have made Toronto an unpleasant multicult mess, and has even endorsed the utterly irresponsible ‘sanctuary city’ policy…

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    Toronto a ‘Sanctuary City’

    …at ease with the notion that crimmigrants may gate-crash a once-great city.

    John Tory is a disgrace.

    If the Globe and Mail is against Doug Ford, then that’s a very good reason to consider voting for him.

     
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