...Is So Full Of Holes That He Can No Longer Find A Drop To Drink?
Why, rely on the highly rigourous practice of doing your own quick 'streeter' to find out what all the people really think, of course.
And, yes, we're talking about Global TeeVee's Mr. Keith Baldrey, 'writing' in the Surrey Now:
...(P)olls aside, I'm struck at the near-visceral negative reactions Clark gets from many people. We did some person-on-the-street interviews at Global BC this past week, and when we asked for opinions of Clark as premier the response was rather startling.
The people we talked to were harshly critical, and almost mocking of her leadership. She was seen as being in over her head, lacking vision or a game plan and being interested more in political gamesmanship than actually being a leader...
And then, when the time for faux analysis comes, why would we expect Mr. Baldrey to do anything less than to fallback on a patently preposterous straw (wo)man:
...I'm not entirely sure why she (Ms. Clark) sparks such emotional and negative reactions in people.
The fact she's a woman is no doubt a factor with some people (female political leaders seem to be judged more harshly than their male counterparts).
As unfair as that is, the truth is that female politicians will always be battling sexist attitudes...
If Mr. Baldrey can't see the codswallop right in front of his nose for what it really is, maybe he should go to an official Christy and Co. video and watch, for example, what really started the 'incident' with Richie-Rich Branson.
The money shot, or 'joke' as it were, from the woman politician who is, according to Mr. Baldrey, 'battling sexist attitudes' can be found right off the top. It goes like this:
"...I wanna say...I was so happy when your (pause)... (Virgin) plane landed on our tarmac... (turns head, bats eyes at Richie-Rich)... for the very first time..."
Perhaps I'm wrong.
After all it could be, I suppose, that Mr. Baldrey actually knows that, in his heart of hearts, he too has always been a Filapina.