Did you catch Gary Mason's report on the Globe's recent 'wide-ranging' interview with (not) Premier Christy Clark?
I know I have been critical of Ms. Clark's penchant for always campaigning rather than governing.
But this latest report, in my opinion, is downright disturbing.
Because, in terms of her latest 'position' on Northern Gateway at least, Ms. Clark doesn't seem to make any grammatical, not to mention logical, sense whatsoever.
Case in point, the following on what Ms. Clark believes British Columbia needs (?).... wants (??).... deserves (???)...
...“There’s a whole lot of revenue on the table. We need to talk about how it will be split up. I’m not saying that’s royalties – I’m not.”...
It's not royalties....It's revenue, which is, apparently, something completely different altogether.
Well, who really knows, because the (not) Premier most certainly doesn't.
Know what it is, I mean....
...“Let’s negotiate,” the Premier said. “Let’s look at the range of benefits that are there and talk about it. If it doesn’t come out of royalties, we’re perfectly comfortable with that.”...
When you read word salad like that, coming out of a 'wide-ranging' interview with a hand-picked friendly it really is hard not to conclude that this person should not be in charge of anything, even if it is just the toilet paper orders for the Helijet terminal washroom.
And then there's......this.....'Quantum!'...Thanks to Grant G for bringing it to our attention (we think)...