Not good enough? Here's today's Insights West poll - done scientifically - that underlines that John Horgan won the leaders debate. Not only has he won the debate, the NDP is winning the argument. That's all. Go vote! my2bits
Today at the campaign event where the BC Liberals pledged to resurrect the Massey Bridge project, they also mentioned they would abolish 'community benefit agreements'. Those are by definition a 'project labour agreement' that typically involved a group unions and has terms that outline apprenticeships and training for those working on major infrastructure projects. CBA's … Continue reading BC Liberals threaten skilled trades. Again.
Expect the BC Liberals to demonize the NDP over the Massey 'tunnel' replacement, but remember how morally repugnant that party is and the politics they played beforehand. Every word spoken by them must be taken with several grains of salt. Its true that politicians play a blacktop politics game; as in 'vote for me and … Continue reading BC Liberals are no bridge builders
I've noticed something. BC Liberal partisans are simultaneously trying to scare voters that this election isn't necessary because its dangerous to vote while downplaying the pandemic to argue that the election isn't necessary. Why would they do that? BC Liberals don't want an election because they're afraid to face voters. Voters will see a party … Continue reading BC Liberals afraid to face voters
Once you get over the relatively early election call, you'll come to the same conclusion. Its about choices. Revert back to the party and leadership brand that hurt BC's most vulnerable, destroyed the BC forest industry, bled the life out of BC Hydro and ICBC for political gain, and attacked educators and healthcare workers in … Continue reading Voting now isn’t ideal, but waiting is worse.
It was inevitable that the BC Greens, mid leadership contest, would turn against themselves and what they signed up for by agreeing to the CASA deal that ousted the 16 year BC Liberal government in 2017. Where we're at is watching the Greens pick apart SiteC, the northern dam being constructed along the Peace River; … Continue reading Green leadership campaign brings out the odd
Between #defundpolice to cheering on the random vandalism against monuments and statues, the stupid-left is doing Trump's work for him. I'm not kidding either. #defundpolice I understood the #defundpolice 'movement' as a cry for help. A demand to rethink policing; in fact, several pundits have described this out well and its not an unreasonable idea … Continue reading The Stupid-left is gonna win this for Trump.
Do you know how narrative works? Because we're going to get a hard lesson in narrative. The George Lloyd murder and subsequent widespread protests against police brutality. For the record, I am in full support of all of these peaceful protests; but reject any and all violence and vandalism/looting. Two wrongs don't make a right. … Continue reading Sometimes the Left doesn’t need an opposition
It was on my 35th birthday that I was granted the greatest gift I could ever receive, the gift of fatherhood. My son was also born on May 21. We both share the day as a birthday, now a surreal experience with a pandemic underway. I'm waiting to return to the job, Rylind is waiting … Continue reading The last day of my 45th year
You know its true. Joe Biden isn't Barack Obama and doesn't illicit the same passion and groundswell of support that then Senator Obama did in the lead up to his 2008 election...and you know what? That's perfectly ok. There are few political candidates that drum up that sort of gut bending passion that you want … Continue reading Mild for Joe