Author Topic: B.C. Election..  (Read 863 times)

Sonny

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B.C. Election..
« on: May 14, 2013, 10:17:53 PM »
The votes are still being counted but it looks like a win for Cristy Clark and the Lieberals..

Not a fan of her but I think she is better than Adrian Dix of the NDP..

Hope she smartens up and gives the Northern Gateway a green light.

Tuc

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Re: B.C. Election..
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 07:42:21 AM »
Sonny, I'm not much of a Liberal fan either but she's easy to look at!

BruceW

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Re: B.C. Election..
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2013, 08:46:29 AM »
Perhaps that's what got her re-elected, it certainly wasn't her leadership ability, statesmanship, uncanny intuition or past performance.  She wasnt' giving away free phones was she?   ;D

I wouldn't hold my breath on Gateway.  Even if the BC libs Did approve it(which I doubt) that would be only the tiny tip of a very large union/red tape BC iceberg(is that an iceberg, or did I mean white elephant?).  Careful what you wish for.

In my uneducated, armchair opinion the pipeline east is more likely to succeed and be viable;  a pipeline around the northern BC border would make much more sense since it would compliment the development of northern area's. 

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Re: B.C. Election..
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2013, 09:34:11 AM »
The votes are still being counted but it looks like a win for Cristy Clark and the Lieberals..

Not a fan of her but I think she is better than Adrian Dix of the NDP..

Hope she smartens up and gives the Northern Gateway a green light.

What i hear this morning is the Liberals won a majority of seats but Clark did not win her seat.

To me that should mean a leadership review for the party and see if an elected member can lead the party.  If the people in her riding would not have confidence in her why should all B.C. residence allow her to be their Premier?