Or Danielle Smith? The National Post is calling her Canada's first "alternatively-informed" premier. Smith now seems to think she can override public health orders, abandon Kenney's federal commitments, and basically do whatever she wants - Premier Loon indeed.
A nifty three-image story. pic.twitter.com/HyYuESYK98— Barney Panofsky's Best Intentions (@mynamesnotgordy) October 22, 2022
Premier Loon vows to protect Albertans from public health measures imposed by the World Economic Forum.https://t.co/Ie1KeSREGw— Andrew Coyne 🇺🇦 (@acoyne) October 22, 2022
Or maybe our very own Scott Moe? He heard that Singh was coming to Saskatchewan for the NDP convention and instead of welcoming him as a fellow politician, Moe decided he had to try to insult him instead -- Christ, what an asshole!
When roller dung beetles want to mate, the males will form dung balls and roll them past the female, who will hop on the most appealing dung ball and go for a ride. Coincidentally, this is also how the UCP are selecting which policies to adopt at their convention this weekend.— Aaron Hoyland (@aaronhoyland) October 23, 2022
The Globe and Mail is not impressed: The Globe and Mail writes:
Does he also want the consequences of capital flight from the province?— Dale Smith (@journo_dale) October 16, 2022
Montreal used to be the financial capital of the country, until the first referendum, and everyone left and set up shop in Toronto instead. https://t.co/C6GZpU63Bh
...Last week, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe presented what he claimed was a serious analysis of how federal climate rules will hurt his province. But it was in fact the opposite, a threadbare and mathematically halfwitted sketch that was brutally panned. The episode was much like, earlier this year, the widely lambasted “sovereignty act” put forth by the new and embattled premier of Alberta, Danielle Smith.In both cases, the Prairie premiers made a basic mistake: They conflated what are ordinary provincial-federal policy debates and disagreements with accusations of Ottawa’s undue constitutional overreach. It is akin to shouting “fire” when nothing is ablaze....Standing up for a province is one thing; doing so with misleading and disingenuous proposals is another.If Saskatchewan wants more control over immigration or policing, that’s a reasonable idea. But it’s not reasonable to try to ignore federal climate policy. The constitutional questions are settled. And if Mr. Moe wants to make serious claims that are worthy of debate, he should start with a course in remedial math.
Of course, things are even crazier down south:
The reason Scott Moe is happy with the UCP selection of Danielle Smith as their leader is because it means there’s finally another Premier in Canada who is as dumb as he is. #skpoli https://t.co/Y7kmnQdqi1— Larry Hubich (@LHubich) October 22, 2022
Someone just referred to donald as the Count of Mostly Crisco, and I can't stop laughing. Hadn't heard that one before.— Mueller, She Wrote (@MuellerSheWrote) October 20, 2022
After hearing about Donald Trump’s bad day today, Melania Trump tried to surprise him with a new car.— Captain Obvious (@TheFungi669) October 14, 2022
“Mom, tell me about 2022.”— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) October 21, 2022
Well, honey, people were upset about gas prices so they let Nazis take over.
Reminds me of one of the greatest 2020 cartoons ever:
Everything’s going great, why do you ask? (Part 2) pic.twitter.com/eBWIauCrOs— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) October 22, 2022
The Canadian oil industry was the “mid-wife” of the extremist, anti-vax convoy movement. What started as an effort to create pro-oil groups that the industry thought they could control has morphed into a “Frankenstein monster” that is now out of control. https://t.co/TzYS9zVvvC— Gil McGowan (@gilmcgowan) October 15, 2022
And isn't this just the truth! It ends "Participating in the world as it is does not disqualify you from trying to improve it."
And here’s a good deep dive by Paul Wells into those disputes rocking the police response. https://t.co/5LKcDg9YJS— Tonda MacCharles (@TondaMacC) October 21, 2022
Japanese rice field art. pic.twitter.com/eTlxy43KDl— Fascinating (@fasc1nate) October 17, 2022
One of the most effective ads to air in TV history pic.twitter.com/Vm1HdqPUUn— Historic Vids (@historyinmemes) October 15, 2022
If you’re going to accept a prize and you have to give a speech, then here’s your blueprint, here’s possibly the greatest acceptance speech ever made - by FRED ROGERS upon receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 1997 Emmy’s.— Michael Warburton (@MichaelWarbur17) October 14, 2022
Beautiful beyond belief. pic.twitter.com/2Ccm7V9eZj
I threw it down the hall and he looked confused and I pointed “look, there” and he looked around and I got up and walked a bit and pointed saying “there, get it” and he looked more confused and I was halfway down the hall to get it when I realized I was fetching for the cat.— FourMonthsHat (@Popehat) October 15, 2022
I’ve never seen anything like this. Yesterday we installed a displaced pet feeding station in Kramatorsk (with your support!). This morning, the Ukrainian dogs waited in line to eat. 🇺🇦🐕 pic.twitter.com/5aEDCvUE2n— Nate Mook (@natemook) October 20, 2022
👀Watching the watchers watch👀👀 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/2GtUbgpovb— LovePower (@LovePower_page) October 20, 2022
I thought we could all use a moment so here is a humpback whale singing to its baby (volume up).— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) October 19, 2022
Nature is amazing. Protect it.#ActOnClimate #climate #energy #nature #oceans #rewilding via @tooopmedia pic.twitter.com/eE83B7ov3P
We are sure that we are the most evolved living species on this planet?— Gabriele Corno (@Gabriele_Corno) October 17, 2022
(Wait for it) pic.twitter.com/HSPYM6cC97
Just a bird escalating the situation pic.twitter.com/xcVCElykOe— Animals Being Jerks (@Animalbelngjerk) October 16, 2022