04.12.2015 12:22 PM

In a session with Alberta Liberals

…and we say:



  1. Randy P says:

    ABC = Anybody But Clinton ……. wanna bet?!

  2. debs says:

    elizabeth warren would be awesome but she doesnt stand a chance!

  3. Ty says:

    Boring, cynical, vapid, played to death relic of the 1990s. She’s the political equivalent of Tonic’s “If you could only see.” Triangulation worked before war, before polarization forced major candidates to actually make stands on issues. Her year was 2004.

    In an era where a challenger can actually make money on a campaign, a few names are going to throw their names in, and it will be tough. She’s like Carter in the 1980 primaries or Joe Clark in the 1983 PC race: She’s got the organization locked, it’ll be whether the party can swallow their annoyances and start to view her as a winner again. My inkling is it won’t.

  4. Marc-André Chiasson says:

    Sadly, her campaign logo looks like a simplistic municipal sign directing drivers to a hospital parking lot.

    • Derek Pearce says:

      I think that’s a feature not a bug. It’s simple, and it’s not “modern” looking like Obama’s campaign logos were. She has to have some differentiation from him.

  5. Tim says:

    For a country that bills itself as the global heart of freedom and democracy, you would think they would have more than two parties and not face the prospect of choosing between dynasty A or B Never mind that these two dynasties consider each other to be “family” which effectively makes the “choice” null.

    • It’s far better than the Italian system where there’s over a dozen parties, none ever winning a majority so a patchwork coalition government is formed.

      • doconnor says:

        I disagree. Having multiple parties allows you to be far more specific when saying in which direction you want the government to go and allows the resulting government to have to compromise in a direction that reflects the will of the people.

  6. Bill says:

    Clinton vs. Bush

    So much for “new” blood.

  7. Lance says:


    And that is about the size of it. Literally.

  8. Todd Robson says:

    You had one job … review materials BEFORE going to print!

    “From her mother’s own childhood – in which she was abandoned by her parents – to her work going door-to-door for the Children’s Defense Fund to her battling to create the Children’s Health Insurance Program, she’s fought children and families all her career.”

    • Matt says:

      Unfortunately, all political parties make these kinds of mistakes.

      I think it was last week the CPC put out an announcement about an appearance by the PM in British Columbia, but splled it British Colombia.

  9. Bruce Marcille says:

    Kind of a swipe at Obama. Like the subtext is: “After two terms of Obama, am I ever ready for Hillary.”

  10. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Hillary Rodham Clinton couldn’t beat Jeb Bush in a month of Sundays. Please pray for her. She needs it.

  11. Marlene Anderson says:

    I’m curious what’s going to show up on the Republican ticket. In the last couple of US elections, there’s not been anything that I would cast a vote for and I’m conservative. Frankly, I have more confidence in Clinton’s ability than what’s been washing up on shore as her opponents. She’s looking better every day.

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