The famous bordello keeper of the 20s, Texas Guinan, used to greet her “guests” with, “Hello suckers!” Texas Guinan has her presence today in the form of BC's Finance Minister Mike de Jong.
On the side of the Christy Clark bus are the words “Debt Free BC”.
This could mean one of two things – we are now debt free or we will be. Either way, this statement stands as the all-time whopper in BC history and that covers a hell of a lot of territory.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 18:37
Whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad. It looks like the gods are doing just that with the Premier and her government.
What I’ve seen the past several weeks forces me to ask, Madame Premier: Is that thing on your shoulders just for photo-ops?
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:14
Gary Mason’s column in the March 12 edition of The Globe and Mail, on Christy Clark, is very interesting. The premier is complaining about the lack of precision in the NDP’s plans and calls upon Adrian Dix to spell it all out.
What is most interesting is Ms. Clark’s position on issues and what she deems those issues to be. (Remember that the Liberals have raised the provincial debt and other taxpayer obligations by some five fold, which should limit the generosity of both leaders).