When Derek Fildebrandt spoke for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, I wished he was in politics.
And, then he was – the Wildrose finance critic.
This past year, I’ve had more calls of concern about the NDP than with any other party in my history.
People tell me they are scared about Alberta’s future.
Some said they were voting Wildrose next time, because they’ve at least been hearing from them.
But now, the Derek Fildebrandt issues.
Have you ever been too quick to retweet something without reading it properly, or commented on a Facebook post and then suddenly realized it looked like you supported a rude message?
About the attack on Premier Wynne: The issue is not whether you agreed with him, it’s about why he also apparently failed, again, to read properly the memo we all got growing up about the proper time and place for speaking your mind.
So, what happens now?
Should Fildebrandt do some political penance and be forgiven, do you stay with the party without him, or do you crawl back to your soon-to-be carbon-taxed home to figure out who to vote for, now?
Let me know what you think.