Federal Progressive Canadian Party Leader Thoughts to Albertans & Alberta Together
June 24, 2017
Thoughts of Joe Hueglin, Member 29th Parliament, Leader of the Federal PC Party on the ballot after Red Deer Meeting. ==============================================================================
A Progressive-Conservative is a person seeking to balance fiscal and social responsibility.
The path followed by progressive conservatives is to consider all realistic options and support implementation of that which best serves the interests of all people involved.
There are those who present extremes on any issue, namely, the "blue rightwingers" and "red or orange leftwingers". They tend to follow their rigid beliefs rather than the realities of situations as to what their constituents want.
Progressive Canadians are progressive-conservatives acting to improve situations or issues when such is seen to be needed while preserving that which works or the traditional process.
Whatever the name of the Party there is always the need for voters to be offered this progressive path rather than holding on to rigid party policy that does not apply to the wishes of the people.
The path which a majority will support is based on “In medio stat virtus”, the strength or virtue found in determining the moderate position which is between and above the two extremes of any issue. That majority path is the path of the Progressive Conservative.