The BC cabinet has finished its non-emergency emergency meeting this evening, meeting with Premier Christy Clark, whom the media are now openly calling the “embattled premier.”
Speaking to reporters, Clark has apparently “apologized” for the “language used” in the ethnic Quick Wins document, saying that she had to “make it right.”
A few questions remain in my mind.
If Clark is apologizing for the “language used” in this document, is she not apologizing for using government funds to hire outreach staff to do work directly for the BC Liberal party?
Is she not apologizing for what appears to be using government databases to build up BC Liberal campaign databases?
Is she not apologizing for what appears to be a strategy of using personal e-mail addresses to avoid the Freedom of Information Act and keep these memos hidden?
Would Christy Clark have apologized if this secret memo hadn’t been leaked?
I think there’s a hint in that this memo was written in 2011.
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