We Must Completely Obliterate the BC Liberal Party


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School Earthquake Drill During an earthquake drill

The provincial government has told the Vancouver School Board it will not fund any more seismic upgrades unless it agrees to close schools.

Source: Some parents fuming over BC Ministry of Education decision – NEWS 1130

What kind of premier threatens to withhold seismic upgrading funds until the school board closes schools?

What kind of person does that.

Is it blackmail? A slow motion hostage-taking?

What kind of analogy could you come up with to rationalize this?

I’m at a loss.

This is a new level of disturbing, even for the BC Liberals.

So. Go read the title again.

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Stephen Elliott-Buckley

Post-partisan eco-socialist. at Politics, Re-Spun
Stephen Elliott-Buckley is a husband, father, professor, speaker, consultant, former suburban Vancouver high school English and Social Studies teacher who changed careers because the BC Liberal Party has been working hard to ruin public education. He has various English and Political Science degrees and has been writing political, social and economic editorials since November 2002. Stephen is in Twitter, Miro and iTunes, and the email thing, and at his website, dgiVista.org.

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4 thoughts on “We Must Completely Obliterate the BC Liberal Party”

  1. Agreed, Stephen. The only thing standing in the way is the only thing that has kept the BC Libs in power far too long – our BC NDP, the veritable gang that couldn’t shoot straight. The New Dems unforgivable performance in the last election has left scars – and a lot of British Columbians feeling lost at sea. People I know who should be alive to provincial politics have lapsed into a collective coma seemingly reconciled to the inevitability of this Liberal dynasty. They don’t see the NDP as credible. In fact, most of them aren’t paying the least attention.

    1. and if the ndp presents a posture of entitlement [after such a posture contributed to losing the last 3 elections], then inevitability is the reality.

      the ndp must be the electoral wing of bc’s progressive social movement. if it doesn’t take part in that movement, it cannot just expect people’s votes. we need to start seeing signs that they get that, right about now.

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