Tuesday, December 07, 2010
CN, then BC Rail. "History will not be kind to the crew of politicians who let this happen."
The Mantra of Kevin Falcon and the BC Liberals
By Peter Ewart
December 7, 2010
Anon 4:36 ...
I wouldn't want to misunderstand your final question, where you say:
Who says it won't pay off?
maybe I just can't believe that you seriously mean this ...
that we watch, wait, do nothing, and "it" will "pay off"?
Isn't that Campbell-talk? He just needs to add: and keep that brown paper bag pulled down over your head, too.
" I think the more people know about the scam the less likely it will be that it pays off for these thieves."
That seems clearly to mean
we let the scam play out and (keeping bags on heads) we watch ... ?? not speaking ... knowing that The Force will look after us?
you're kidding ...
but maybe the Evil Dragon just chomped you ... and left your amputated sentence ... which doesn't help me understand atall?
I believe the NDP said that they will not pursue a public inquiry. I have never heard Moe Sihota say he wanted to raise the matter, no one from any political stripe has. The only things that have been said is that it is over and wont be revisited.
You can stand back and watch, as you do, blogging and chatting yourselves into a frenzy, but make no mistake about it, BC Rail is gone forever and there will be no one to hold to account except for those who elected the scoundrels into office.
Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.
SHAME ON YOU BC! now move along, nothing here for you to see ...
By the way Mary, Watchingfromnextdoor's comments say to me that he agrees completely with keeping light on the Liberal "scam" so it does not pay off for THEM. I couldn't agree more, and I'm sure you feel the same way, or you would never have started this blog.
But anyway, did anybody else notice that "its before the courts" has changed to "the courts have dealt with it" as the aspiring new "clean hands" premier in waiting Christy Clark so eloquently put it at her press conference. The cat that ate the canary look said it all though. She knows. Nobody let go of the questions. Ask her every day. And ask all of the rest of the wanna-be's too. Does anyone think they'll turn on one another, after all there are some rather large egos lurking aroung.
The Evil Dragon just chomped me, too, and prevented me from commenting further.
Back soon, I hope.
Bruce Clark, Christy's bro, did fund raising on Martin's leadership campaign
Bornmann was key organiser
Bornmann told Basi and Virk he could get them jobs, even though outright LIES existed on their resumes.
Virk and Basi are such princes.
These resumes were sent to Marissen, Clarks husband at the time.
Here is a snipette:
Mark Marissen, 40, is a prominent B.C. Liberal who ran Paul Martin's leadership campaign in B.C., was leadership campaign manager for current Liberal leader Stephane Dion and recently named co-chair of the Liberal party's national election campaign team. He is married to former deputy premier Christy Clark. He allegedly sent the resumes of Dave Basi and Virk to a senior staff member of then prime minister Paul Martin.
Can you imagine if Campbell pulled these stunts in China? He would be shot.
Well, I'm not advocating shooting him - I think he should be hung up on a lamp post in Victoria for two weeks. If he survives it is a sign that we should have hung him upside down.
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