Election Eve: Today’s BC Liberals Continue the Tradition and Break the Rules! #bcpoli #webelieveinbc #yvr #langley

Today’s BC Liberals: They make me sick!

So we are a half day or so away from the election and already the Liberals have been caught cheating by putting up election signs in public places.

While the City of Surrey is busy driving around removing the signs of the Christy Clark Today’s BC Liberal candidate in Surrey-Newton, Rich Coleman’s crew undercover of darkness has their sign process underway.

Surrey Newton’s candidate is new to the Today’s BC Liberal Front lines but already Sukhminder Virk is fitting in with these modern-day pirates.

Is it any wonder why these guys will lose the election?

The people of BC are crying out for open honest government, these people are running around breaking rules faster than they can make them. ( of course when the house only sits for 19 days, most of which the premier was worried about her government falling, there wasn’t much time for rules).

Do I hope folks driving in will see the signs tomorrow?

I do and I want them to all think about all the lying and cheating that got the Christy Clark Today’s BC Liberals in the predicament they are in now.

As you drive in if you hear about the promises , see the signs, please remember the lying and cheating with BC Rail and HST. Think about Mary Polak and her crew getting sued to release the files the Children’s advocate.

Tell your neighbors and friends, not this time!

These people have to go!

Rich Coleman:So Just Who Will Feel The Wrath Of the Bully During Election 2013? #bcpoli #bccp2013 #bully

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First this post assumes two things, namely that there will be an election in BC in May 2013 and secondly that Rich Coleman will run again.

Neither of these two are gimmes given BC’s political climate and the party and province’s distaste for the Premier and Liberal leader Christy Clark.

It is possible that when the house returns, the majority Liberals will move (due to some manufactured calamity like Clark being deposed/ disposed of as leader) to introduce legislation to move ahead the fixed election date.

It is also not a gimme that Richie C will run again ( despite the blustery BS from him to the contrary) given the fact that he will most certainly be relegated to the back benches.

Also remember that a mere 6 months or so after the provincial election, nominations and preparations will begin for the next federal election. This is an election where the Prime Minister has pledged open nominations in all seats including Conservative bastions where Coleman resides and votes.He could find that enticing!

Also Clark could get the boot which also might look attractive to Coleman to make a run for her job too under and different election date.

But should things stay on course and we have an election in May, just exactly who might feel the wrath of Rich Coleman just a few scant months from now?

For the answer to that you need look no farther than the recent BC Liberal leadership campaign.

If you recall Coleman mulled over a run for the roses back then and changed his mind.

Ever wonder why that was?

One reason: Mary Polak bailed on him and threw her support behind Kevin Falcon.

Think Coleman has forgotten?

There is about as much chance of that as Polak forgetting that Coleman actually helped put a lot of money in her campaign in 2009 ( nothing untoward, it’s just how the BC Liberals do things).

Not a chance that will happen this time, nor will the volunteers from Coleman’s crew pitch in and help her out either.

Nope, Polak will have more to worry about than the specter of Cummins, the BC Conservatives,Green Party and the NDP to take her seat away.

She will have to spend her days wondering where Rich Coleman will strike next!

Don’t feel sorry for her , she of all people should have known what Coleman was like.

While the Kids Starve the BC Liberals Play Their Games!

The BC Liberal Past 24 Hrs.Started here.

A monster horror show of a day by anybody’s standards is just another day at the office for the BC Liberals.

To Wit : The Christy Clark team, as they were winding down their night yesterday were digesting the news that they were once again caught with their hand in the cookie jar regarding the Anti-Dix web-site. Likely as they were tucking themselves in, blackberries went off with the news that BC Liberal-South Abbotsford Abbotsford executive had resigned en masse over the forced nomination of candidate Daryl Plecas.

After tossing and turning all night I would imagine they awoke wondering what next.

What next would have been more stunning news from the land of BC Liberal booze where Gary Mason exposed the Rich Coleman collect a donation for a tax refund scheme.

Think that was the worst news of the day? Think again.

For Premier Christy Clark and her party who have spent her entire leadership career strumming the ole banjo and singing families first comes the news that BC owns a 14.3 per cent child poverty rate, the second worst in Canada.

The report says to cure child poverty the BC Liberal government must attack child poverty with the same gusto that they attack jobs.

Lets hope not. On November 2,2012 the job report was released indicating that BC had lost 11,000 jobs, more than any other province.

Just another day at the office for Clark and her inept bunch.