I want a leader with maturity, who is the adult in the room, who will address the real issues that Canadians care about, not one like we have now, who is “all hat and no cattle.”
Canadians who brought Trudeau back to power are soon going to find out the hard way that the vote they gave to him is going to transfer into a much more expensive lifestyle than they have now.
It seems that the knives are still out for Andrew Scheer from the Monday Morning quarterbacks and what that does is divide us more.
Look what happened a week or so before the election – the media floating the idea that if Scheer lost, there was going to be a leadership review and in spite of denials, that tarnished the good that Scheer did through the campaign.
The one thing that the other side does is band together to get their ideas across – like a herd mentality – and it works.
Look at our bought and paid for media still covering for Trudeau, in spite of the fact the Conservatives – while losing, took away Trudeau’s majority government.
While there is work to be done and while it’s good to hash out what went wrong, it’s also time to stand strong.
This minority government was set up to fail and within that time frame, it gives us the chance to reflect, regroup and still hold Trudeau accountable for the past and present.