BC Politics: Legislature won’t be Recalled in the Fall But that’s not what is Important!

Christy Clark: I will say whatever it takes to get elected!

I spent the day listening to news reports and call in shows asking people how they felt about the legislature not being recalled in the fall. Do they care was the question on cutting edge of the ledge ( Bill good show).

I think the question was framed wrong. It shouldn’t be do you care that the legislature is not sitting this fall but rather this: Do you care that your premier campaigned on a promise to hold more sessions in the house once she was elected and then broke that promise?

Quite frankly I think the general public could care less whether the legislature sits given all the nonsense that goes on in that venue.

I do however think that the public cares about whether their Premier lies during a campaign.

This is not the first time she has broken a campaign promise, remember the promise of returning gaming funds to the arts.

This is an important question to debate now especially in the run-up to a general election.

You should ask yourself in light of this how truthful will anything she says during the May 2013 election campaign be?

So I ask you which is more important: holding a fall session or keeping promises during election campaigns?

What do you think?

10 thoughts on “BC Politics: Legislature won’t be Recalled in the Fall But that’s not what is Important!”

  1. Nice Conservative nicely skirting the real issue facing your party. Your comments are so biased as to label you as simply the PR department for John Cummins. There is no thoughtful analysis; just plain old partisan rhetoric.

    1. Whether the house sits in the fall or whether the premier lied whilost campaigning has nothing to do with the main issue facing the BC Consewrvative Party.
      That will be the subject of a future post.

      Thanks for reading and commenting Patrick.

  2. That Snooki is lying again is not a surprise. She and all the rest of the Feberals are truth challenged when it comes to governing. If the NDP or a truly Conservative government ever pulled this, the “lamestream” media would be all over it like fleas on a dog.

  3. In the real world,not the Camera Queens,what do you believe would happen if you told your boss that you refuse to work for more than 46 days a year but expect a raise on the pay check plus a gold plated pension for not working ?

  4. No Fall session?!!! So, just HOW exactly do they intend to earn the nice salary we pay them?
    This is ridiculous,there are a lot of items that have to be addressed, NG pipeline,BC Rail, HST,Carbon tax,to name just a few.

    What is Christy afraid of? Has Tsakumis made her so nervous about BC Rail,she doesn’t want to face questions in the Legislature?

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