Tuesday, March 16, 2010
BC Rail: the Mark Marissen controversy
Mark Marissen controversy, as told by Voice OnLine.
Read about it HERE.
What do you think?
Mmmmmm, sounds like the same tactic used to ensure St. Stephen's pick, formerly of the PMO, got the nomination for the seat lost by Mr. Guegis in Edmonton (to the NDP in ALBERTA!)
It's hard to tell the players without a program, and there are no accurate programs. The BC Liberals aren't Liberals, the Federal Conservatives aren't Conservatives, but whatever their true affiliation, Gordo and St. Stephen are buddies. Hey Gord, need a different judge? Hey Stephen could you shoot me $1.6 billion to put in the band for the next election?
Let's get together and eliminate environmental review on so-called "green" projects and/or all mining and energy projects!
Heck, Steve, if we play our cards right we could each be governor of really big States! I'll take B.C. and run it from Maui, what do you want Alberta or Ontario, or both?
Things will not change until the political party suffers the same fate as the Atlantic cod, extinction. Only then will politicians become responsible to their constituents rather than the unelected mafia types we choose today.
People, it is time to wake up and smell the coffee!!
"Hell's Angels may actually have more integrity"
Frankly I have no doubt that they have more intergrity. After all, they actually may suffer consequences for crossing either the law or their associates.
As Bob Dylan so elegantly put it, so long ago:
"To live outside of the law, you must be honest. I know you always said that you agreed."
"Absolutely Sweet Marie" from Blonde on Blonde, released in 1966
Also, through the help of CanWest/Global and CTV-Bell Christy Clark would be in position to replace Gordon Campbell within seconds of his Maui retirement.
Sadly for Senator Mark, having failed to deliver anything federal he would be discarded to the closet.
The GREAT SATAN
NOTHING, has been done about the growing problem of south/east Asian crime in BC.
Votes or fear?
300 thousand +, every year in BC alone, come through immigration. That is one small army, in one sold out province.
It would help me if you'd post that comment, please, as I've lost track of which one is intended ...
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