Saturday, September 20, 2014

This Day In Snookland...Random Rule.

WhenTheyWantToTheNewDumbReallyCan
RunVille


So.

According to Justine Hunter, writing today in the Globe, it would appear that the labour strife that paralyzed this Province for months and caused the parents and guardians of half a million kids to scramble around like chickens with their heads cut-off for the last three weeks was ended in one weekend because our fine Premier stumbled into a chance encounter thousands of miles away that led to drinks at the bar followed by a secret meeting at an Airport hotel.

This after everyone concerned, including the union leadership, had been pleading for the Premier to do something for weeks to help deal with the paralysis that was caused, in large part by her own government's actions (and inactions, not to mention propaganda and smear campaigns).

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Clearly this is no longer just a 'Say Anything' premiership.

Now, based on the evidence at hand it also clear that it is also a 'Do Anything Whenever I Feel Like It' premiership.

Unbelievable.

Absolutely unbelievable.

And in the meantime the cacophony of the 'Band Of The Cronies' plays on.

And, yet...

Those that need our help most are still getting screwed over, royally, by Ms. Clark and her government.

Gosh.

Is it possible, do you think, that single disabled parents can't afford to drink in hotel bars?


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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

SH

I am disgusted that the Mistress hoodwinked the Husband into placating the Wife into submission.

Or, vice a versa.

Anonymous said...

bridge to nowhere?3 billion 10 lane?
bridge to bankruptcy?

http://raesidecartoon.com/ed2.html

Anonymous said...

SH

...So keeping teachers in pacified oblivion adds to the sum total of human progress President Jim?


MadronaDesign ‏@Jensen74Jensen 1h
@keithbaldrey @justine_hunter so THAT was the back-channel reference on VOBC. Well done Justine!

Anonymous said...

wasnt there another bar contract incident awhile ago this time at fairmont downtown vancouver where it all fell into place after both sides had chance meeting at bar?

North Van's Grumps said...

no, that was Victoria, and Enbridge's Ken B. was shipped back to Edmonton because of something he did, or said, in a bar, but no one is quite sure what happened because there's no written word on his firing / resignation from within the Premier's office. But he did enjoy sitting beside the Premier on her last trade mission to China... it had nothing to do with with facing the public, SHE too.

Anonymous said...

Justine Hunter..... more drivel different day!

CGHZD

Anonymous said...

SH:

Keith Baldrey ‏@keithbaldrey 7h
A revealing part of @justine_hunter 's story in G+M today is that the CLC -- and not the BC Fed - helped broker a deal. #bcpoli

Brent Sutter
‏@bballsutter
@keithbaldrey @justine_hunter More revealing is the fact that the whole process was controlled by CC. gagging of MLA's, control of Cameron..
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Anonymous said...

dont you mean M and M.?

RossK said...

The Keef can walk it back all he wants, but it was he who was writing that bullshite about 'crunch' time and how the BCTF was going to get 'crunched' if it didn't do something as late as late Saturday night.

Sheesh.

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Anonymous said...

Too bad Justine missed the opportunity to ask CC why she killed the successful Trustees bargaining framework agreement with the BCTF.

Anonymous said...

SH:

Why was Justine anointed?

Could it be that pillow talk can be fatal to discretion?

RossK said...

Hmmmm...Now just who was it that got that early morning call to watch the good Premier stretch before she went 'jogging' while on the road in the heat the last election campaign, photog in tow?...

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Anonymous said...

SH

Christy's secret intrigues and assignations, doin' bidness in BC.

...Reema Farris fleshes out 20 important questions:
about the "deal":

https://storify.com/rmfaris/when-a-news-story-raises-questions