Originally posted by HiTempguy1
While I am clearly a conservative at heart, it is quite clear that conservatism is on the decline worldwide.
Initially I was interested in and supportive of O'Leary, but I am starting to see that his ideals do not match mine.
Bernier is running on a much more libertarian angle, and that is appealing. Because truthfully, I don't give a crap what somebody else does, but they better not impose their will on me (via laws, regulations, or taxes, basically by force of gov).
I certainly support Kellie Leitch, but I don't know if her policies/position/attitude have what it takes to lead the conservative party to a majority.
Beyond is a smart group of people, who do you want as the C party leader? Besides Rona Ambrose (who really should be the official leader).
Interesting. Will have to look into him (bernier) seems to be a more centrist than some conservatives.
Glad to see he was one of the 1000+ that voted last may to remove the "marriage is a union between a man and a woman" piece from the conservative platform. Can't believe that fucktardery was still in there until last year...... The question is who are the 462 that were against it and what is their damage
Edit: nm there are a couple of those guys running. Laughable....
Not cool though that most are against assisted suicide including Bernier. Can't really call him libertarian. Being allowed to decide when you die to me is the pinnacle of liberty, I don't want to live life as a vegetable and I want to go out while I'm not a shell of a human burdening everyone around me...
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