Mr. Rob Anders, MP Calgary West
January 16, 2014
Dear Mr. Anders,
I felt that after reading all about the chances of the Conservatives losing the Federal Elections in 2015, that what you were saying on the AGENDA on TV Ontario, there was a lot of sense in your arguments. Perhaps the Conservatives need a change in their leadership now if they are to have any chance of winning in 2015.
What its present leadership has done is make the Conservatives seem like a Ho Hum party that is not going anywhere in a hurry. There is now a malaise within the party that does not bode well for those who want to see it grow in popularity and strength. Of that, I am afraid will not happen under the present Prime Minister, whose only claim to any fame is his photo-opps at every opportunity. But that is not going to get Canada out of the mire it is in at the present time. Perhaps the party will only gain strength if it returns to its roots and follow what its real aims were before the uniting with the groups that now run it.
I hope that my manner of thinking and speaking will be of some use to you, because silence may be golden in a cemetery, but if the people do not speak their minds, we will never have change for the better.
Kenneth T. Tellis