"Many - and perhaps most - of the Blogging Tories are far more interested in holding power at all costs than they are in bringing (fiscal) conservative policies and solutions to Canadians. Many Blogging Tories were more than happy to gloss over the ethical betrayals that Stephen Harper committed in the early weeks of his Prime Ministership, and many have acted as apologists for some of the more un-conservative policies that we have seen so far. Precious few seem to be champions for conservatism - most seem to be all about The Party."
To which I left the following comment:
Andrew we have clashed on some issues but I would say that we have also agreed on some. Yes that may seem strange but it's true. Your comments are right on, which may be why I tend to generalize in my attacks on the BT as they generally appear to be (a. hopelessly parroting American republicanism (b. hopelessly parroting Ezra Levant (c. hopelessly parroting PMO press releases.
You have argued from a consistant fiscal conservative position and at times a libertarian one. You are right to leave this little den of self congratulatory back slappers. The CPC needs criticism in Canada as it does in Cuba.
You should consider joing the Progressive Bloggers to balance out the Liberal self congratulatory back slappers I have to put up with there. Your Progressive Conservative voice would be welcome I am sure.
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