And the-decision-that-wasn’t-her-decision-or-were-involved-in-the-decision-while-making-an-impact-on-the-decision by Ms. Redford on awarding her ex-husband’s law firm to collect hundreds of millions from the province is described as cold, legalistic, and ignores the actual problem that the Tories have brought upon themselves: the wrecking ball they’ve taken to the trust they’ve somehow gotten from Albertans.
It’s not their fault, the governing party cries. It’s never their fault.
In the end, it’s not the Tories fault, they exclaim. It’s not their fault, even though these issues has been showcased again and again for decades. And they’ll find a legal way out — like the legalistic squirming from accountability in Tobaccogate — or push the blame onto doctors and teachers.
At one point this broken party, with a broken message, and a set of broken people with broken principles, will have to break down. And it will happen sooner rather than later.