uber grit jim travers is imagining. I have more things to imagine. I imagine the abrogation of the hrc thought police. I dream of defunding all advocacy groups, I dream of a strong and proud military with a Royal Canadian Navy, RCAF and Royal Canadian Army.
I imagine a country that values free enterprise. That does away with electoral and corporate welfare. That gets those who can work off welfare. A country where the civil service is cut by 25%. I dream of a country with a privately supported CBC and a defanged CRTC. A land where SunTv news has many , many viewers and the other stations try and compete. A land where our traditions are respected. A land that has shed the yoke of trudeautopian toxic multiculturalism. An ethnically diverse land of Canadians. A land where immigration is more carefully considered. A land where becoming a citizen is not granted to babies whose parents get off a plane and go to a hospital to avail themselves of Canada's welfare state. A land where it takes 5 years to become a citizen.
I dream of a Canada that respects it's constitution. Who has judges that respect our laws and ancient rights. A land where provincial and federal responsibilities are respected. A land where interprovincial trade is not blocked. A land that unilaterally drops trade restrictions against the world poorest countries. A land deeply involved with the Anglosphere. Which encourages free trade.
A land where people of faith are not mocked by elites who know very little.
A land which accepts the recently exonerated Lord Black as a citizen.
A land with a flat tax, no corporate tax and balanced budgets.
A land where the liberals and grits have merged. A land where the blue grits have returned to their natural home with the Tories. A land where electoral welfare is gone and the bq collapses soon after. A land where now the narrative is between the right and the left.
Imagine that jim. Maybe that will make your head explode.
Conservatives came to power knowing reluctant Canadians could only be shifted to the political right incrementally. That movement is now advancing according to the plan Conservative thinker, strategist and Stephen Harper mentor Tom Flanagan infuriated the Prime Minister by making public.