She may call herself an Ayn Rand-loving libertarian but interim Conservative party leader Rona Ambrose is a prohibitionist neo-conservative.
She may champion liberty, but her actions speak otherwise.
She speaks of individual freedom until it brushes up against some
preconceived notion that, “the government has a strong role to play to
be there for people who need assistance.”
Like cannabis patients who need oils and edibles?
The courts stepped in to counter where the federal government was
lacking and all she could say was that the decision was “outrageous.”
Like every other neo-conservative pandering to Canada’s small but
fervent libertarian base, she’s for individual freedom until it involves
something she personally disapproves of.