Tuesday, April 29, 2014

This Day In Snookland...There's No Obligation Like A Conflictylessness Obligation.


From the Twittmachine feed of the 'Dean':


In response, we really do have to wonder....

Is the current Conflict Commissioner under any obligation to disclose his connection to a certain someone who was involved in at least one of the Premier's previous/pre-ledge election business ties under consideration who also just happens to be a current assistant deputy minister appointed by said Premier?


And, as a corollary...

What are the obligations of the 'Dean' and his associates in the Lotuslandian proMedia to disclose such a connection to the public of British Columbia in the event that our most excellent of all Conflict Commissioners does not?



Ron S. said...

Of course none of MSM will disclose anything. They are under the thumb of the owners of the papers who are under the thumb of the LIbERalS.

Anonymous said...

Christy Clark sounds like someone else I know. Mind you she does work for Harper, just as Campbell did before her. She too seems to lie a lot, just as Campbell also before her.

Anonymous said...

Almost tangentially related...

As there is so much that is related to LNG - the price of LNG is relevant.

This NYT article seems to be saying LNG prices are not so good, and they're going to stay low.

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Anonymous said...

Of course the leader of this province has an obligation to disclose business ties! The Conflict commissioner is wrong. That's all there is to it.
If there's any opportunity to appeal or address or dispute this, we have to take it.
Thanks to Gazetteer for doing so!