Political One Liners

What’s yours?                                                                                                                                                                  Keep it friendly. Keep it clean.

Best line of the evening:  My name is Roger Bradley and I thank Tim’s wife too.  (Chamber of Commerce Forum after Tim publically thanked his wife.) (stabnow)

“Let business build business.” (Ted Durham at SATA Forum) (stabnow)

“Go back to community builders instead of government community builders.” (Cam MacKay at SATA Forum) (stabnow)

LOVE that Bie-mobile! 🙂

Early voting signs let’s us know that all candidates are equal but some are more equal than others.  (Realtycal)

Sturgeon Road slate is the one I’m voting for! (Les)

Isn’t it amazing how the private sector can find solutions that doesn’t cost taxpayers anything? (Leader – Shopping in a Bag) (FrankL)

If you can’t afford to live here, get outta town. (Movin’onUp)

Career politicians will say anything to get re-elected. (Brian)

A lot of times in politics you have people look you in the eye and tell you what’s not on their mind. (Dubya) (Chuk)

To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize. (Voltaire) (GaryC)


11 thoughts on “Political One Liners

    1. this comment paraphrases Crouse’s response when the concern about property tax levels on some seniors in our community was raised. Around 700 seniors receive the city largesse of $150 per year, because THEY OWN THEIR HOMES AND ARE BELOW ALBERTA’S TAXATION POVERTY LINE. The implication…property taxes of even $2500/year eat 15% of their total income. He’s a real community builder

      1. By “paraphrasing” you mean a typical SATA fiction. Do you have more information as to when he said anything like “get out of town”? A reference to a gazette story perhaps? In my research on this all I found was a letter to the Gazette where the author penned this phrase. The letter was written after Crouse addressed the demographics of St Albert and commented that the population of St Albert was aging and we needed young families. In my research he never said anything resembling the notion that seniors should get of town.

  1. for those who keep voting same ol’, same ol’ … what are you thinking?
    for whose who don’t vote at all … what are you thinking?

  2. Let’s not forget that famous one liner – “Individualism is a disease”, offered up by none other than one of our incumbent “sheeple” we saw fit to give yet another 4 years of our hard earned tax money to really mess things up!

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