Vaughn Palmer, in his VSun column today, figures that there have been at least 14 disasters for the BC Liberal Party and the mandateless (not) Premier since the year began.
Here is just one of them:
Feb. 8. The Liberals discover the downside of spending millions of dollars touting the jobs plan: What if the numbers head in the wrong direction? StatsCan reports that B.C. shed almost 16,000 jobs in January, second worst performance in the country.
Unfortunately Mr. Palmer does not note Ms. Clark's response to this turn of events, in terms of the great 'job' that all those millions of our dollars are doing:
...Clark said the (multi-million dollar ad) campaign has successfully promoted the BC Jobs Plan Facebook site. "A million people visiting the (government jobs plan) site, that's confirmation the ads are working," she said. "These ads are connecting people with jobs. Despite the fact we're getting into an election season, I am still determined to govern the province."...
In other words, the multiplicity of disasters, as noted by Mr. Palmer, are one thing...
But it is the pathetic responses to said disasters that provide the real proof that Ms. Clark has no ability (and no actual notion) of how to actually govern the province of British Columbia.